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Manage your warehouses
Manage your warehouses
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Written by Tony Archambeau
Updated over a week ago

⚡ This feature is only available from Business package.

You can use the "Warehouse" module to keep track of your stock in different workshops, warehouses, or vehicles. The module lets you choose the stock from each warehouse when you add a product to a job.

How to enable the module?

Go to Settings, then to:

  • General settings

  • Lab

  • Section "Module management "

  • And select Yes for the option "Enable warehouse management (multi-stocks)".

The module will show up in the "Stocks" module in the main menu

⚡ Tip: Make sure to enable the "Products" module if you don't have the "Stocks" menu.

How to use the "Warehouses" module?

First, make a warehouse by clicking on the "Add a warehouse" button on the top left in the module.

Then enter a name for your warehouse and a description if you want, and save.

You will see your new warehouse in the list, click on it to enter its details.

On the warehouse file, you will find two tabs, "Data" which has the information that we added before and "Products or services" where you can add products or services to your warehouse.

To add products to a warehouse, type the name you gave for a product to see a list of suggestions and pick one. Enter the amount you want to add to your warehouse, then click on the button with the "floppy disk" to save.

When a product is taken out from the warehouse (for example in a job), in the "Stock movements" menu below your products, it will show that some amount of this product has been taken out.

If you want to manage your general stock and the different warehouses separately, you can manually change the amount in the general stock, after adding a product to a warehouse.

How to add the products from a warehouse in a job?

In a job, you can now select your warehouse, so when you add products to your job it will be the stock from this warehouse that will be used.

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