I have read the FAQs below. I find it utterly incomprehensible that you have not developed this new platform straightaway for printing envelopes, especially DL envelopes! Most private customers require this facility and certainly do not wish to be printing labels on A4 paper, cutting them out and then gluing them onto an envelope; nor, do I suggest, that Private customers have any great use for parcel labels. What we do want is the facility to print envelopes as existed in the old on-line postage system.
We are pleased to announce that the functionality to print labels in a landscape orientation for letters is now available in Click & Drop.
Also, there are several different label template options that can be used depending on the printing media you have. A guide on how to change this can be found at https://help.parcel.royalmail.com/hc/en-gb/articles/115004866953-Choosing-your-label-template-
Should you have any questions with regard to this please do not hesitate to contact the Support Team at email@example.com
The Click & Drop Team
OBA Customers can find more information about other features included in the latest release at help.parcel.royalmail.com/hc/en-gb/articles..
Non-OBA Customers can find more information about other features included in the latest release at help.parcel.royalmail.com/hc/en-gb/articles..
I've given up printing postage at home for anything other than parcels. Trying to get a print out onto a label that will fit a DL envelope is so time consuming it's just easier to go to the Post Office buy the stamps and run the risk of getting Covid!
Come on RM stop living in the last century and move with the times it's 2021. Avery have been making various size labels for years and the DL envelope has been the standard for longer than I care to remember!
Craig Lambie commented
I agree with Jeremy here. The options are not conducive to printing on an envelope or even work with any known Avery stick on label of an inkjet printer.
At least 2 per A4 sheet (ie. A5 as an option) or even 4 would be better!