It would be great if completed reservations didn't disappear and stayed in a new 'history' tab so we can look at them to track trends.1 vote
Are you hoping to just see the reservation information on the item’s detail page?
Or are you wanting to see it in a list format somewhere else?
Would love to see a report of all items that were never checked out to adjust future rental needs.1 vote
As a manager, I would like to edit the reservations of multiple items at the same time.1 vote
Do you think that this would this be similar to editing all of the items in a “Reservation Cart/Basket”?
This would allow the editing of multiple reservations at the same time.
- Consider how to handle reservations with different:
Need by Dates, Need Until Dates, Available Quantities during the time frame, users reserving, productions.0 votes
This feature is AMAZINGLY helpful for pulling inventory. However, adding the option to have the Main Picture on Inventory Report print on the Inventory would be massively helpful.
The report is ideal for pulling from Storage, but for those of us with decent size warehouses, multiple items that are similar but not visually the same, and have lousy cell phone reception in the warehouse....having a thumbnail of the picture attached would save time and usability of the report.
Data table report showing history notes when looking for items checked-in -out.2 votes
Reporting on different fields such as:
Overall Inventory report with cover images
Item History report with details such as:
Date checked out (Done)
---On the ITEMS CHECKED OUT tab; give a list of the items checked out, you can see/sort/filter by this date.
Date check in
Need the ability to run a report of the items in the inventory; the user should be able to pick which fields should show. This would be in addition to the fields shown in the current list view. Examples:
-Replacement Value4 votes
Need to be able to run report on the quantity in my inventory: Example.... I want to know how many ETC D40 LED PAR lights i have total in my lighting inventory.
Currently the only way I can find to figure that out is to search for the tag ETC D40
and manually count each one?2 votes
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