I know what you're thinking as you read this now: "Wasn't there a release for January already?" and you're right, there totally was, but I think it could be argued that the best things in life come in doubles.
For example: who hasn't slammed down a double cheeseburger at least once in their life? Or how about the sleek, professional, arch-villain look that one has while wearing a double-breasted blazer?
I don't want to hold this up any longer though, so without further ado, welcome to the January 22nd Inventory release.
Ability to Mark an Inventory Item as Critical
To help give Admin users more control over the items used by their company, any item that should be included on an order regardless of its forecasted need can now be marked as critical by Admin level users. Vendor items linked to this Inventory Item will inherit the critical flag and be added to orders.
Store-level managers are able to view if items are marked as critical on the details page for that Inventory Item.
Print Review Total Cost of Counted Items Page
While viewing the Total Cost of Counted Items page, users will now be able to print the page if they would like to review its numbers that way.
Expand & Collapse Categories on Review Count Page
The Review Count page will now give users more freedom to organize the information they want to view by allowing them to expand and collapse categories on the page.
View Count Quantity by Location on Review Count Page
Along with the ability to expand & collapse categories, users on the Review Count Page are now able to select a tooltip and view the count quantity by location for an item.
Count-to-Count Variance Report
The Count to Count Variance Report will now contain five new collapsible columns. The five columns are as follows:
- Actual Usage $
- Actual Usage %
- Theoretical Usage $
- Theoretical Usage %
- Variance %
These columns will be found at the top of the report and can be collapsed and expanded depending on your needs. More information regarding what each column contains can be found in our help center article here.