How to print at your Unite Students home - get the Printt app now

01 Oct 2018,
By Unite Students, Staff writer at The Common Room

Did you know there are printers at your Unite Students home*? All you need to do to use them is download the free Printt app. Here’s how it works.

How to print at home with the Printt app

1) Download Printt and sign up

The Printt app is free to download for Android and Apple. Once you’ve got it, sign up with your Facebook profile or complete the short sign-up form.

2) Upload your file

Tap the + icon to select the file you want to print from your phone.

3) Tap printt logo to find a printer to finish

Stand by the Printt printer in your building (there might be more than one of them). Tap the Printt logo and the app will find the nearest printer.

4) Tap printt to finish

Select the printer you want to use, choose your options, and tap printt to finish.

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* The following Unite Students buildings have printing facilities:

  • Aberdeen: The Old Fire Station, Causeway View, King Street Exchange, Spring Gardens
  • Bath:Charlton Court, Waterside Court
  • Birmingham: Athena Studios, Battery Park, Staniforth House, Jennens Court, Ashton Student Village
  • Bournemouth: Purbeck House
  • Bristol: Cherry Court, Chantry Court, Brunel House, Blenheim Court, Favell House, Phoenix Court, Nelson and Drake House, Unite House, Orchard Heights, Marketgate
  • Coventry: Gosford Gate, Raglan House
  • Durham: Elvet Studios, Rushford Court
  • Edinburgh: Salisbury Court, Sugarhouse Close, The Old Printworks, Chalmers Street, The Bridge House
  • Exeter: Northfield, Northernhay House
  • Glasgow: Blackfriars, Thurso Street, Kelvin Court, Tramwork
  • Leeds: The Tannery, Concept Place, Broadcasting Tower, The Plaza, Joseph Stones House, James Baillie Park, Sky Plaza
  • Leicester: Filbert Village, Newarke Point, The Grange
  • Liverpool: St Lukes View, Grand Central, Cambridge Court, Horizon Heights
  • London: Somerset Court, Mary Brancker House, Rahere Court, Piccadilly Court, Station Court, Beaumont Court, Julian Markham House, East Central House, Sherren House, Ewen, Henderson Court, Blithehale Court, Sidney Webb House, North Lodge, St Pancras Way, Moonraker Point, Emily Bowes Court, Olympic Way, Angel Lane, Stapleton House, Stratford One
  • Loughborough: William Morris Halls, Harry French Court, The Holt, Waterways
  • Manchester: Parkway Gate, Kincardine Court, Piccadilly Point, New Medlock House
  • Newcastle: Manor Bank, Camden Court
  • Nottingham: Riverside Point, St Peters Court
  • Oxford: Dorset House, Beech House
  • Portsmouth: Greetham Street, James Watson Hall, Greetham Street
  • Reading: Kendrick Hall
  • Sheffield: The Anvil, The Forge 2, Devonshire Courtyard, Brassfounders, Exchange Works, Leadmill Point, St Vincent’s, The Forge
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By Unite Students
Staff writer at The Common Room