In this article, you will learn how to sync items added to an estimate to your Workiz inventory.
Workiz’s inventory management lets you see your stock levels and inventory usage from anywhere using any device. Every usage, stock change, or return is logged and easily tracked.
Workiz allows you to have stock levels organized by locations so that you know exactly how much stock (as well as the cost and sale value of that stock) exists in a particular location. Once you have created inventory items and locations, you can begin adding those items to jobs and invoices.
Because estimates are only designed to provide your client with a detailed preview of what a job may cost, adding inventory items directly to an estimate will not result in any changes to your actual inventory.
However, if your client approves an estimate and you convert that estimate into a job, you can sync that estimate to a job and ultimately sync the job items to your actual inventory.
How to sync estimate items to your inventory
Open a job page and select the Estimates tab
Select the estimate you want to sync to the job
Select Sync to Job
From the pop-up message, select Sync to Job
Select the Job ID to return to the job page
Select the Items tab
Select Sync Inventory
Under Take From, choose a location to remove these units from and select Sync with Inventory
Your job items will now be synced to your inventory. The box icons next to the item names will change from red to gray to indicate that the items are being removed from your inventory and will be used for this job.
Reviewing inventory stock changes
All changes you make to your inventory will be visible from the Inventory Usage report.
From the sidebar navigation, select Reports
Select Inventory usage
Select one of the following tabs to review changes made to your inventory:
Inventory usage: A list detailing inventory items that were used in jobs and invoices
Returns: A list detailing inventory items that were manually removed from your inventory without being used in Workiz jobs or invoices
Action log: A list detailing inventory items that were used, returned, created, or moved to a different location
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