The individual product page for Simple products consists of two columns. The first contains all products relating to the selected product. The second has all of the information on the selected product on display. You can also Edit, Merge, Bundle, Tag, and Categorise the item from here.

We will go top-to-bottom to briefly cover each portion of the Simple Product Page Layout and Navigation:

1st Column:

This contains the Back button and products falling in the same category or near each other in the main table. For each of them, you will find information relating to their Sales Channel, SKU, Image, and Name. You can click on them at any point to see their full information.

2nd Column:

This contains large amounts of detailed information on the product. Going from top-to-bottom:

The product header displays the Sales Channel logo, product name, and tags that might have been added to the product. Two grey buttons to the right allow you to add this product to a Category and to Add/Remove tags. Finally, the last three blue buttons allow you to create Merged, Bundled Products manually and Edit products.

The detailed information row shows product images (if there are more than 1, gallery controls will appear to cycle through images) and other important details about the product.

Bin Location: This is used to designate a product's location in the warehouse (this field can be shown on all printable documents).

Barcode: This keeps track of the items' barcode information (this field will be later used with a Barcode scanning update).

Brand: A note on your product's specific brand.

Weight: This field displays the weight of your item and can be enabled to be used for automatic order weight calculation when shipping.

Weight Unit: Your settings for weight units (Kg, oz, lb, g).

Product SKU: Product SKU is displayed in the marketplace.

Supplier Name: A dropdown to mark off the supplier of this product.

Buy Price: Products' buy price is used when creating Purchase Orders (will be used in the future for profit calculations).

Lead Time: A reference of how it takes for your item to arrive from the supplier.

Reorder Point: A safe point in a stock. It can be enabled in settings to send you an email notification if the stock of the item goes below reorder point.

Awaiting: This field displays the total amount placed with a Purchase Order.

Supplier SKU: A field to enter a supplier's SKU.

ASIN: A field to place an ASIN given by Amazon.

HS Code: A field to enter an HS Code. HS Codes are commonly used throughout the export process for goods.

Handling time: This is the number of business days between when you receive payment for an item and when your package is scanned by your shipping carrier

Re-Stock Date: This is a feature you can use to make products available for purchase on a store while it is currently out of stock in your warehouse.

Warehouse information provided below the product image.

The Total column shows stock available in the warehouse, this can be edited by simply clicking on the number and entering new information.

The In-order column shows how many items are currently reserved by orders awaiting shipment.

The Available column shows the stock that is available for purchase, this number is reflected inside the Sales Channel (unless the Allowed column as data entered).

Product info displays the logo of the Sales Channel that the item belongs to, its full name, SKU, ASIN, Total, In-Order, Available, Allowed (min), Allowed (max), and Retail Price.

The Allowed (min), Allowed (max) columns are used to set the minimum and maximum available stock to be displayed on the Sales Channel. Meaning that you can have 500 items inside your warehouse total, but display only from 5 to 100 items on the marketplace at any given moment (this field will re-set if the stocks are changed from inside the Sales Channel. It will also begin showing the Total available stock on the Sales Channel again if the number is below the Allowed number).

The Retail Price column displays the product price. To change the price simply click on the number and type in a new value, then either press enters or clicks anywhere else in the window. Press Escape to cancel your changes.

The Stock Log column shows your individual product's stock change history. To the left side, you will see different events for stock changes made inside Multiorders, changes made from a Sales Chanel. As well as stock changes cause by Sales and Purchase Orders.

The columns to the right show the total, how it was changed, if there are any items In-Order, how many you still have available for sale, and then finally the date when the change was made.

The Notes field allows any team member to leave comments on any product inside the inventory. Each note is left with their account name and time-stamp.

The red button below is for Delete Product.

After pressing a Delete Product button on an additional pop-up window appears for confirmation. After pressing an Ok button, the inventory item will be deleted from the Multiorders.

Note: If these deleted products still exist in your sales channels, they will be automatically reimported again.

Finally, the additional Details area shows the extra information available from your Sales Channel, for things like Custom SKU, Variations, and product description. (This cannot be edited and merely reflects what exists on the Sales Channel)

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