📄️ Quick Reference: Inventory Structure & Lifecycle
📄️ Working with Jobs, Shipments and Items
Working with Jobs
📄️ Adding Dimensions to an Item
Adding dimensions to an Item allows your customers and clients to access this information from the Eos Publish Cloud website. It also allows you to keep this information handy with the rest of your information, which means you can see the overall volume of all the Items in a Job or Shipment by clicking Information on the Job or Shipment screens.
📄️ Adding Pictures to an Item
Adding pictures to Items enables you to keep the Item images where you can find them easily, as well as allowing customers and clients to view Item images from the Eos Publish platform.
📄️ Manually Marking an Item as In or Out
By manually marking an Item as In or Out, you can indicate whether or not it has arrived at your warehouse or storage space. This allows you and your customer or client to easily keep track of the whereabouts of Items, without having to produce movement paperwork.
📄️ Moving Items Between Jobs & Shipments
In the course of completing a Job, you may find you need to move Items between Shipments. You can move Items from one open Shipment to another (e.g. from a storage Shipment to a new export Shipment) or from a closed Shipment to an open Shipment (e.g. from a completed import Shipment to a storage Shipment).
📄️ Importing Items from an Excel File
Eos allows for the importing of Items into a Shipment from an Excel file.
📄️ [INCOMPLETE] Item Attributes - Tailor your Inventories to your Project's Requirements
You're working on a project with a specific set of requirements or the client would really like it if you could store some data in a unique field or you would find it useful to keep track of some data in a specific field. Sound familiar? There has never been a shortage of demand for extending Eos' defined Item fields. Item Attributes now makes this possible.