How to activate stock management in Kyte
All inventory management can be done through the Products menu in your app. Click the Stock tab to see the amount available on each product, as well as a summary of the total projected cost and profit of your inventory. See more details using the filter function at the top right of the screen.
You can turn on stock management from within each product's details, just select the desired item, tap on the Stock tab and activate the Manage inventory for this product. Take the opportunity to add the amount of items you have on hand and set a minimum amount for the product to appear with an orange circle in the Checkout menu.
How stock is updated in Kyte
The way in which out-of-stock products are displayed in the online catalog can be defined using the Out of stock products option in the Online Catalog menu. Choose between not showing them, leaving them listed but not being able to select them or accepting orders for out of stock items so that you can manually control them through the app.
⚠ Don't forget to tap Save on the Display Options page as well for the changes to reflect on the online catalog. ⚠
If customers select a product with insufficient quantity, a message will appear in the shopping cart and the order or sale will not be completed until the quantity is corrected.
For orders completed through the app, a message will also appear but it can be ignored by the user for the sale to be completed.
How to update your stock in Kyte
To add new items to your inventory or remove them, just select the desired product and enter the total amount of items you currently have on the Inventory tab, so the system will update the incoming and outgoing history.
Do not enter the number of only new items because the system will understand that the value is total items for that product, removing items to correct the history.
How to check your stock history on Kyte
All changes made to inventory, whether manually or as a result of sales, are recorded in history. To access it, tap Stock Movement on the Stock tab and use the filter to see specific movements.