Get Started with Your Rollo

Rollo is a very capable printer. You can create barcodes, shipping labels, name badges, and labels of all sizes. Please take a few short moments to review this page. It will guide you to setup Rollo in a way that best fits your needs.

While this step is optional, it is highly recommended.

This extension converts labels from popular websites to formats suitable for thermal printers in one click.

Download Rollo Chrome Extension (Beta)

Currently following websites are supported by the Extension:

  • Amazon ASIN Labels
  • Amazon FBA Labels
  • USPS.com Click N’ Ship
  • UPS.com
  • Fedex.com

In addition to above, extension will provide you with guidance on how to update your preferences to print to thermal prints on:

  • Stamps.com
  • Shopify
  • eBay
  • PayPal
  • ShipWorks
  • Endicia
  • Etsy
  • ShipStation
  • ShippingEasy
  • BigCommerce
  • Sellbrite
  • PoshMark
  • Shippo

Service is provided for free. You would just need a Rollo account (also free). We may ask high volume users to contribute in the future.

What are you going to be using Rollo for?

I want to print shipping labels from a market place (i.e. eBay, Amazon, PayPal, Etsy, Shopify)

You would just need to update your shipping preferences on your platform(s) to produce labels in 4 x 6 format. We have step-by-step instructions for most popular platforms via this link.


I want to print shipping labels from Fedex.com, UPS.com, or USPS.com

Please note these websites only provide their labels in 8.5″ x 11″ size and we would need to convert them to 4″ x 6.” The easiest way would be to install Rollo’s Chrome extension. Otherwise, please see this link.


I want to print create my own labels

Rollo installs and works like a normal printer. You may print to it from any application including Microsoft Word, Notes, Adobe PDF, and others. Simply set your page size to match your label and hit print.


I want to print barcode, UPC, or Amazon FBA labels

For printing FBA ASIN labels, please refer to this link.
For creating custom-size labels, please refer to this this link.


None of the above

Not a problem! Rollo works like a regular printer so you may print to it from any application. Check Rollo’s How-To section for helpful tips and guides.