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Module to do product stock corrections, movements and other product manipulations.
When the inventory module is started you will get a product search screen.
The module has a menu for module configuration, filtering and sorting
Filtering can be done on category, stock and type
Sorting possible on Reference, label, category and barcode
You can change the stock count by changing the stock field value, by the increment - decrement buttons or increment by scanning product barcode. You can alter the step size for these buttons, to count for example rows of products on a pallet.
By changing the warehouse selectfield, you can move stock from current warehouse to selected warehouse.
You can upload a product photo using the ADD PHOTO button in the product form.
When tapping the info button in top toolbar of the product form, you can modify/set the product complementary fields. Also variation fields of product variants will be shown here.
When you return from the inventory count screen, you will be asked to validate your stock count. If you should forget to return to the home screen, for example you switch to another app and Mobilid is stopped by the OS, your current changes are always stored and will be reloaded when starting the module again.
Scanning a barcode with a bluetooth scanner in the inventory module will do:
Product will be loaded if found in Dolibarr. When your location is 'all' warehouse, you will have to select a warehouse in the product screen before you can start counting your stock. If you set a specific warehouse location in the main screen, you can immediately start counting stock.
Same as scanning from main screen.
Product batch will be loaded for a scanned batch code, product code cannot be scanned. You must select a warehouse location in the main screen to be able to scan batch codes.
Product count will be incremented by one, scanning a wrong barcode will give a warning signal. When product is batch managed you need to scan the batch code of the product. Remember to clear stock count to zero when counting from scratch.