Create stock movements

By accessing from the main menu menu_p.png in the Warehouse and Suppliers -> Movements section it is possible to create different types of inventory movements.


By pressing the key more.png at the bottom right it is possible to create a new manual movement.


Not all fields will be needed for the creation of the movement. Let's see them in detail below:

Cause A pre-filled list of reasons grouped by LOAD, UNLOAD, or INVENTORY. In detail:
  • LOAD: movement of the sum of products to current stocks
  • UNLOADING: movement of subtraction from current stocks
  • INVENTORY: overwriting movement of current stock, recommended for creating inventory corrections.
Supplier The supplier previously registered in the specific Suppliers form.
Date and time correspond to the day and time the key was pressed more.png to proceed with the creation of the movement. Changeable at any time.
Order No.

The number relating to the selected document


The name of the product, or of the raw material to be handled. All the products enabled for use in the warehouse will automatically appear in the list. See also Creating and Editing a Product Sheet and Creating and Editing Raw Materials . With iconX.png it will eventually be possible to delete the element entered incorrectly.

Qty The quantity of product / raw material to be handled
Purchase price (VAT excl.) The cost of the product to the supplier. In the absence of a specific data, the value will refer to that reported on the product data. See also Creating and editing a product sheet
Discounts% Any discount on the purchase value
Net line Calculated based on the last two elements

Once the necessary data has been filled in and the first transaction line created, it will be possible to add more by pressing the key again more.png , or more quickly by reading any bar codes associated with the desired items.


By inserting the appropriate Check.png to the left of the row, it will be possible to select one or more elements.


These can be subsequently deleted by pressing the appropriate icon Trash.png which will appear at the top right.

Once the list has been compiled, it will be possible to save the movements with the icon tick.png .

NB Once saved, the movements can no longer be deleted. To correct any errors it is always possible to create "Inventory" movements.

The icon menu_prodotto_1.png to the right of the line of the movement thus created will allow access to further functions associated with that movement.


Let's see below the functions specifically:

Details Allows you to access the detail of the list of products or raw materials handled
Export transactions (csv) If you wish to download the csv file relating to the list of products or raw materials handled
Generate labels If there are products inside the movement (not raw materials), it will be possible to access the label creation function. See also Print labels

Allows you to create corrections of previous movements through inventory adjustment


Manual production

The "Manual production" deserves an explanation in its own right. This particular option allows you to associate the movement with a certain quantity of products that can be downloaded before the actual sale. Useful in case you have a predetermined quantity of a certain product at the beginning of the service. This operation is possible only if products with bill of materials have been previously created in "manual production" (WAREHOUSE section in Creating and editing a product sheet )

To create a new movement just press the key Manual.png at the bottom right, always starting from the module Movements such as indicated at the beginning of this paragraph.


Subsequently it will be possible to proceed exactly as previously indicated for the creation of a new movement.

NB when the indicated quantity is finished, when you try to enter the item for sale in the Checkout section, a message will automatically appear asking whether to proceed again with manual production for the same quantity.


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