If the details of a product change, you should keep those details as up to date and accurate as possible to help you understand your business better.
Most business like to keep their most popular or most selected items within easy reach on-screen, so we give you the ability to place items exactly where you want them for easy access.
Product variations are additional details that make two similar products unique. Examples include sizes and colors, but also could include weight or volume.
You can edit product variations as you expand to allow for more accurate sales and reporting on specific goods and services.
Attributes are the specific differentiators of products. So if you have a product variation of “Colors,” then you would list the specific colors as attributes under that variation (e.g. blue, red, black, green, etc.).
Before you can sell anything, you have to first receive it into inventory so it can be tracked and reported.
Shrinkage is how you remove something from inventory without actually selling it. Typically, items lost due to loss, damage, or theft are “shrunk” from your inventory so you can file and track your losses accurately.
You can also edit your shrinkage reasons as necessary, to either expand or reduce your list.
Categories are the over-arching headers for specific items or products/services. You can also have sub-categories within categories for easier organization of your products and/or services!
If or when the details of a category change, you should keep those details as up to date and accurate as possible to help you understand and organize your business better.