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Upcoming Features

Articles and guides for some of the cool stuff we're testing now.

This feature is currently in development and is subject to change.
It may not be available within your Nookal account just yet.

Printing or Exporting a Stock List

There are different ways and formats to print or export a list of stock items from the Inventory section depending on the user’s requirements.

Manual Stocktaking

If a list of all inventory items for a specific Location is needed to refer to and write onto when counting current quantities, follow the steps below. This will provide a simple list with only the stock item name and the quantity.

1. Head to the Inventory section (Setup > Items > Inventory).

2. Click Stocktake.

3. Choose the Location.

4. Click Print.

5. Follow the printer dialogue prompt and click Print again.

Exporting a Detailed List

To export a list of all stock items with their details such as price, SKU, barcode, etc., follow the steps below:

1. Head to the Inventory section (Setup > Items > Inventory).

2. Click Download as CSV at the bottom left-hand side.

3. Select the Location to export and click Next.

This will create and download a CSV file including all the details of every stock item for the selected Location.

Printing a Detailed List

To print a list of all stock items with their details such as price, SKU, barcode, etc., follow the steps below:

1. Head to the Inventory section (Setup > Items > Inventory).

2. Click Print at the bottom left-hand side.

3. Follow the printer dialogue prompt and click Print again.

This will print a list including all the details of every stock item for every Location the user exporting or printing the list has access to.

If a specific Location is required, simply select the pages to print from the printer dialogue relevant to the Location or use the Exporting method and print the CSV file.

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