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How to print labels in inFlow with Dymo

Do you own a Dymo printer? Good news! You can print product labels directly from the inFlow Cloud Windows & web app! 

We’ve tested and recommend the Dymo LabelWriter 450. inFlow can connect with most Dymo 400 series printers.

Please note: only inFlow Cloud Administrators can setup Dymo printing.

Getting started


Check out this webinar for everything you need to know about using inFlow with your Dymo printer.

Webinar: Label printing with inFlow and DYMO

Dymo software

Please make sure you install the Dymo Label software, not Dymo Connect! At the moment inFlow only works with files made from Dymo Label with the .label extension, and not .dymo.

You can download the latest version of Dymo Label 8.7.4 for Windows here, and Dymo Label 8.7.4 for Mac here.

Also, for inFlow to be able to print labels with a Dymo printer, you need to make label templates in the Dymo Label software. For more information on that, check out the Dymo Label templates article on how to create labels with your Dymo software, and use our inFlow codes.

Connecting Dymo to inFlow

From inFlow Cloud for Web

  1. Log into
  2. Under Barcodes click on the Dymo Label printers button.
  3. The Step 1 window will give you a quick overview about the Dymo setup.

  4. Click Next to continue. 
  5. Download and install the Dymo software/drivers to your Windows based computer. Downloading from this link will ensure you have the most up-to-date version available from the Dymo website. If you’re a Mac user you can download the drivers for Dymo Label for Mac from here.
  6. Once downloaded and installed, click Next to continue.

  7. For Step 3 of the installation, you’ll need to upload a label template created in the Dymo Label software. These templates will have placeholder information that will tell inFlow which information to print onto the template. For complete details on how to create these Dymo label templates take a look at this article here or click on the Label templates tab in this article.

    You can also download a generic Dymo label template from here if you’d like to get started now.

  8. When you’re done, continue to the next step to add them to inFlow Cloud.

  9. Now that the label templates are made, click on the Manage templates button to upload one of your pre-made templates for inFlow.

  10. Click the add new button to upload the templates to inFlow.

  11. Once you’ve found the label file you want add to inFlow click the Upload button to save it to inFlow.
  12. To preview any of the templates that you’ve added you can click the eye icon.
  13. Click Save & Close when you’re done uploading your labels.

You’ve completed the setup!

Dymo drivers for for Mac users

  1. For Mac users please download the Dymo label drivers from here.
  2. Once done go to > then click on the Dymo label printers button.
  3. Skip past Step 1 and Step 2 of the Dymo setup until you see Step 3 Manage layout templates.
  4. Add your label template to the setup wizard.

And now you’re done!


Printing labels from inFlow Cloud for Windows

Labels can be printed from the product record, current stock, purchase order, and work order screens. See below for how you can print from each of these areas.

On all label printing screens you can choose how many copies of the label you want to print, choose the template from the Layout template drop-down menu, and you can select which Dymo printer you want to print your labels too. You can also add, or remove label templates in inFlow by clicking on any of the Label  buttons, then clicking on Manage Labels.


Product record

  1. In inFlow go to Main Menu > Inventory > Product List.
  2. Open any product from your list.
  3. Click on the Label button, select the Make Labels button.
  4. Select the template you’d like to print, and the number of copies.

  5. Click the Print when you’re done.

Current stock

  1. Open your current stock window by going to Main Menu > Inventory > Current stock.
  2. If you don’t want to print labels for everything in this list, you can filter it to show only the products you want to print labels for (e.g., all the products at one location).
  3. Right click on the title line of the table and select Print labels for these items.

The current stock screen will only load labels for items that you have in stock, any items with zero or negative inventory won’t load in the Labels window.

Purchase orders

  1. Open a purchase order by going to Main Menu > Purchasing. To create a new order click on New Purchase order, or click on Purchase Order List to open an existing order.
  2. Click on the Label button, and select Make Labels.

  3. Select the items you’d like to print labels for, and how many copies.
  4. Click the Print button.


    For both purchase and work orders the number of copies listed in the Make Labels screen is equal to the quantity of those products on your order.

Work orders

  1. Open a work order by going to Main Menu > Inventory > Work Order. Select a work order from your list.
  2. Click on the Label button at the top of the work order.
  3. Click Make Labels.

  4. You have the option of printing labels for the finished product, the components, or both the finished product and the components.

  5. Click Print when done.


Do you prefer to use inFlow Cloud for Web? Or Are you a Mac user? If either of those statements apply to you then you can also print labels too.

Printing labels in inFlow Cloud for Web

Product record

On the main product list you can open any of your products and click on the Print Barcodes button.

When the label printing window opens, you can select the number of Copies of the label you want to print, which Layout template to print, and the Printer you want to print from.

When done, click the Print button.

Purchase orders

Purchase orders can also print out labels as well. Printing them from here allows you to print many different labels at the same time.

  1. Go to Main Menu > Purchase Order List.
  2. Open a purchase order.
  3. At the top of the order click Print.

After selecting the label settings, click the Print button.

Label templates

In order to start printing labels in inFlow Cloud you’ll need to start creating labels in your Dymo software. For a complete guide on making labels in Dymo’s software take a look at this Dymo Label software user guide file.

Before you start

Please make sure you install the Dymo Label software, not Dymo Connect! At the moment inFlow only works with files made from Dymo Label with the .label extension, and not .dymo.

We also recommend using Code 128 for the Barcode type.

Creating labels in Dymo Label

Once you know how to make labels you’ll need to add reference codes to them. These reference codes are placeholders for the information you have in inFlow.

For example if you want the product name/code from inFlow to print on a label, you will need to create a label with the inFlow reference name, “Item Name.” 

Adding reference codes to your labels

  1. Open one of your labels in the Dymo label software.
  2. Right-click on the part of the label you want to add a inFlow reference to.
  3. Select Properties.
  4. Click the Advanced tab.
  5. In the Reference name field type in the inFlow code you want on the label.
  6. Click OK when done.

We also recommend using Code 128 for the Barcode type.

Please see below for a complete list of inFlow codes you can add to your labels.

Reference codes from inFlow

Item Name
Serial Number
Standard UoM
Sales UoM
Purchasing UoM
Vendor Product Code
Last Vendor
Reorder Point
Reorder Quantity

To have your labels show a specific price, replace the PricingSchemeName with the exact name as it appears in inFlow. For example, “Normal Price.”

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