“Inventory > Stock” page displays all products added manually, by importing or posting.
Let's review the tools for working with the residuals table.
“Search field” — in this field, you can write the name, SKU of the product, or simply scan the barcode for a quick and accurate search in the warehouse.
Note: autofocus works for the search box. You can start writing a title or scan a barcode without clicking in this field.
“Warehouse” — in this field you can select the required warehouse to view the remaining goods.
“Bin location” — in this field you can select the desired bin in the warehouse to view the balances of products if you use bin locations.
“Category” — in this field you can find and select the category of products to view the balances in it.
Filter “Availability” — in this field you can select products based on availability in the warehouse: “All”, “In stock only”, “Below minimum stock”.
“Export” button — using this button you can export the leftovers to your PC as an Excel file.
“Table” button — this button is used to configure the display of columns in the table of product balances. To change the width of a column, drag on its right border. To reposition a column, hold and drag it to the desired location.
You can sort products by a specific column. To do this, click on the column and an up arrow will appear in it (sorting from A to Z), after pressing again, a down arrow will appear (sorting from Z to A).
Using the “Checkbox” column, you can select or deselect all products on one page.
After selecting an item using the checkbox, a panel with buttons for additional actions appears below.
Printer Button “🖨️” — press it to launch “Price tag printing” or “Label printing”.
“More actions” — click on this button to open a list of possible additional actions:
“Delete button” — click on this button to delete the selected products.
Important: you cannot delete a product if it has a non-zero balance and you need to write it off before deleting it.