From the Neto dashboard, go to Products > View Products > Select the Product/SKU you want to edit.
In the SKU, go to the ‘Stock Control’ section and enter the stock quantity per the location and click Save.
Stock adjustment is a great tool when you need to quickly add or reduce stock without the need to recalculate your products stock.
As an example, this tool is handy when you have new stock arriving and you want to add this to your current inventory or if you find broken stock and you want to deduct this from your inventory.
I have stock count of 15 and 20 more have just arrived in the post. I can add 20 in the adjustment which will show 35 in the stock total.
I have a stock count of 15 and I found 5 which were broken. I can add -5 in the adjustment which will show a total of 10 in stock.
To do this from the Neto dashboard, simply go to Products > Stock Adjustment
Enter stock quantities per location and click save.
This section is used to conduct a stock take on your products. Making changes here will completely replace the stock levels which is the differentiates itself from the stock adjustment page.
I have been trading with 20 in stock however upon a stock count I found there is only 12 in stock.
To do this from the Neto dashboard, simply go to Products > Stock Take
Enter the ‘Qty Amount’ to replace the current stock levels or enter a Quantity to bulk update all listings on the current page.
If you have a spreadsheet (such as a CSV file) with your current stock levels, you can use Neto’s import wizard to upload these into Neto in bulk.
To do this from your Neto dashboard, simply go to Setup & Tools > Import Data
In this section, it will ask ‘What type of data do you want to import?’ select Products.
Under Which type of import do you want to perform? select Perform complex import and select
Start Data Import Wizard and then follow the prompts.
In all cases the number you enter less the qty committed on incomplete orders will become your new stock quantity.
If you are using a Neto compatible accounting or inventory management system then your stock quantity will come up from that application and will be adjusted in Neto periodically.