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You may have seen our post about the new free browser app for download: HP Smart Print.  If you haven't tried it yet, you haven't experienced the time and paper savings it can give you.

Have you ever printed a recipe from a website and ended up printing unwanted ads and logos?  You then have to spend time sifting through a stack of paper for the cooking instructions you need.


Check out how HP Smart Print can help you go from computer to cooking even faster!

Or maybe you're fed up with getting a stack of printouts when the news article you wanted to print could easily fit on one page, if you took away the masthead, sidebars and extra links.  HP Smart Print can help you print only the headline and article content you want, so you spend time reading the news, not looking for it!

Have you tried Smart Print? 

Tell us about your experience in the comments: are you using it to print recipes, news articles, boarding passes, maps?  What else?

posted by hpws$104759832, May 12, 2011 (12 comments)
BriNicMal
BriNicMal (July 16, 2011)

I can't seem to set up my printer to where I can send pictures from my phone, HELP??

Feedme
Feedme (July 15, 2011)

I can't seem to get smartprint working, tried in both Explorer 8 and 9? Can somebody tell me why?

LynnGanster
LynnGanster (July 11, 2011)

finally.....got it.  when the code prints you need to add:  @hpeprint.com to the code, that's the printers email address.  Now I need to find out how to activate......

LynnGanster
LynnGanster (July 11, 2011)

I have owned this printer for 5 months now and have followed all the instructions and still cannot get it to eprint.  I know that I need to update it within 24 hours of printing the email address but I can't get it to print the email address.  It prints the support page for HP eprint mobile printing....I have 3 copies of that now and gives me my printer code, which appears I will need after I have printed my printers email address.  Please advise and thanks!  --Frustrated in Florida

Bateman500
Bateman500 (July 7, 2011)

This is a fantastic idea, but it as others have stated, it needs to be independent of Bing and independent of any one browser.  Show some love for Chrome and Firefox!  

Kikazaru22
Kikazaru22 (July 7, 2011)

@gjgarmon This is very true & I do agree, HP does use ALOT of ink. The printer I had before this new eprint was a lexmark. Loved it, was my little work horse, but I was star struck by this eprint with all the bells and whistles. I do like them, but go thru far too much ink to fast. I havn't had any problems so far with my eprint, so i'll stop here as I don't want to jinx myself.

MacBaby77
MacBaby77 (July 4, 2011)

What a super idea! Smart print is a step in the right direction. If advertisers get the message that their potential customers don't want to be distracted while cooking, reading, etc.perhaps websites won't be cluttered with them in the first place. kkey1, I understand that setting up anything with an iPad is difficult-no keyboard, etc. I was tempted, but went with a MacBopk Pro instead. The iPad just didn't seem suited to any serious productivity. A neat idea, but with limited functionality. Good luck; I hope it works out for you.

gjgarmon
gjgarmon (July 3, 2011)

I agree -- don't want the Bing bar.  But... anything to save on this expensive ink that the HP guzzles.  Jeez..  Wish I'd known.. would have purchased another Lexmark.

kkey1
kkey1 (July 2, 2011)

Not enjoying trying to set up the eprint from IPad.

bobhott
bobhott (July 2, 2011)

I have been waiting for this one.

JanetandGreg
JanetandGreg (July 1, 2011)

Is there a way to print a picture directly from a droid ap without attaching the picture to an email first?  Thanks.

glroberts
glroberts (July 1, 2011)

This is a nice idea, but I wish there was a way to install it without the Bing bar.