Inside the Inventory Item:
Bin Location: This is used to identify product location in the warehouse (this field can be shown on all printable documents). Please be aware that the Bin Location accepts both numbers and text and thus is sorted alphabetically. If you have location numbers containing more than 1 digit you must preface all smaller numbers with a 0 in order to get proper sorting later.
Bin Location numbers going in [1, 4, 12, 36] is bad as it will sort as [1, 12, 36, 4], but if you replace gaps with 0 like [01, 04, 12, 36] it will not mess up and sort correctly in ascending or decending order.
You can experiment with how your Bin Location will sort on this website.
Barcode: helps keep track of the product barcode information
Brand: A note on your product's specific brand.
Weight: This field displays your product weight and can be enabled to be used for automatic order weight calculation when shipping.
Weight Unit: Your settings for weight units (kg, g, lb, oz)
Product SKU: Product identification number which is downloaded from your sales channel
Supplier Name: supplier of your product. If you haven't created one yet, follow the How to Create A Supplier article.
Buy Price: Product buy price is used when creating Purchase Orders
Lead Time: Estimate how long it takes for your item to arrive from the supplier.
Reorder Point: Individual setting for each product to determine when you are running low on stock. Read How to set Inventory Reorder point and Low Stock Alerts
Awaiting: It displays the total product amount which was ordered from the supplier by creating a Purchase Order and is awaiting to be delivered.
Supplier SKU: A field to enter a supplier-specific SKU.
ASIN: Amazon Standard Identification Number which is downloaded automatically for your products sold on Amazon
HS Code: Harmonized System code used throughout the export process for goods. If you have one, enter it individually for each item or update it in bulk for all products using CSV spreadsheet
Handling Time: Amazon-specific product field meaning the time between when the buyer places the order until you hand the order over to your carrier. You can change this value via Multiorders and it will update in Amazon. However, if you update this value in Amazon, the update will not appear in Multiorders.
Restock Date: Amazon-specific product field. You can change this value via Multiorders and it will update in Amazon. However, if you update this value in Amazon, the update will not appear in Multiorders.
Simple product info:
Total: number of products available in the warehouse (Total = In order + Available). In this field, you can change your stock.
In-Order: number of products that have been ordered by your customers but not yet shipped.
Available: number of products available that have not been ordered yet (this is the number we show in your sales channels).
Allowed (min), Allowed (max) columns: used to set the minimum and the maximum available stock to be displayed on the Sales Channel. You can have 500 items inside your warehouse total but display only from 5 to 100 items on the marketplace.
Each Merged item can have its own allowed level.
NOTE: this field will reset 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).
Stock log: shows product stock change history including stock changes made inside Multiorders, on your store, caused by customer placed orders and Purchase Orders raised to order items from your suppliers:
Merged product info:
Merged products will have the same product fields as simple products just instead of the Product info field, the merged product will have a Merged products section that displays all merged items below.
Read all about merged products in this article.
Bundled product info:
Bundled products will have the same product fields as simple products just instead of the Product info field, the bundled product will have a Bundle/Kit Product section and Components section that contains all items in a bundle.
Read all about bundled products in this article.