There are multiple ways on how you can change your inventory stock. Each Inventory type has its own nuances when it comes to stock changes. A guide for each can be found here:

  1. Simple Inventory Items

  2. Merged Inventory Items

  3. Bundled Inventory Items

In this guide, we will be covering the stock changes for Simple Inventory items.

The easiest way to change stock levels is from the main Inventory table, Warehouse column.

Note: it is not possible to change stock in the main Inventory table while using multiple warehouses, it can be changed just inside inventory item.

Focus on the Warehouse column, in there you will find the Total sub-column. Because the number has an underline it means that it can be edited directly.

We're going to change the stock for the Simple inventory item "Y_PEN", it can be seen at the very bottom of the table. Simply press on the number in the total sub-column.

Type in a new stock level (we entered 20 in this case). And press Enter.

The stock instantly changed. Both Total sub-column and Available have updated to 20 both here and on the marketplace (except amazon, which will update during the latest sync).

You can also change the stock levels from inside the Simple inventory item. Just click on the product name of the item that you want to edit.

We choose the same item as last time Yellow Pencil SKU: Y_PEN.

Now focus on the Product Info area, you will find that it also has a very similar layout to the Warehouse column inside the Inventory table.

As you can see the number in Total has an underline, which means it can be edited. Simply press on the field.

Enter the new stock levels.

And press Enter. In a few moments, you will see that all Total and Available fields update with new information.

If we go back to the main Inventory table, we will see that the stock levels have also updated there as well.

The last available option to update inventory stock levels through Multiorders is to create a Purchase Order. This can be done from the Purchases tab in the main menu.
You can read more about how Purchase Orders work, here.

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