Inventory, bookkeeping and business success topics for makers.
As a handmade business, once you accumulate a certain amount of inventory it starts to become a priority to ensure that you have it organised in some sort of fashion that allows you to access it quickly and efficiently.
You’ll notice a couple of changes on your project and material list pages - we’ve shuffled some things around to make the lists clearer and easier to read, highlighted your current stock levels and added a number of handy quick adjustment links that you can use to add orders, manufactures, expenses and inventory adjustments.
When you hover your mouse over each of the up and down arrows, you’ll see a couple of choices for increasing and decreasing your stock levels along with a handy explanation of the differences between them.
Today we released a couple of improvements to the way we track material stock on hand - each of your material records now have a new tab called “Inventory” that shows a log of all changes (“Inventory Adjustments”) made to the material’s quantity on hand from the moment it was first added to Craftybase.
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