And maybe the best case here isn't to change the categories, but to introduce "tags" like many other systems out there use. This would allow us to use categories for one type of organization such as for whether it is a part or service, and tags would more correspond to which units the part is compatible with,
I would love this. We have sensors that work in multiple units. Keeping inventory of these is a pain because if we make multiple SKUs the inventory won't track correctly. Our overall goal is to link categories of inventory items for repair to the Asset Type field somehow. I would be happy short term with a way to hold inventory items in Multiple Categories.
I'd like to completely customize the field names for this. We don't repair cell phones, we repair gas detectors, and this thing is just sitting here taunting us at this point because we can ALMOST use it without confusing customers but not quite.
Actually, should have mentioned this as Ship Station so it comes up with the other shipping ideas.
Shipstation covers: UPS, USPS, DHL, Fedex, etc. It's incredible. If you haven't used it before it will rock your world when you look at it. Takes in orders from almost every system out there (excepting Repairshopr) and handles all of the annoying parts of shipping.James Moore shared this idea ·
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Just saw you added this in for part, but not all of the widget. Can we get business name on the new job/check a job widget as well?
That's the one I mean. Thanks everyone so much for adding this to the one part though!
Couldn’t you add questions like:
Question 1 (sensor 1):
Question 1 (sensor 2):
Changing this for everyone doesn’t sound like an obvious correct thing to do.
So I've been playing with this a bit but it's still clunky. If I could grab fields from the worksheets somehow, if they produced variables that I could grab in the template for instance, I think I could make this work on our end without you guys needing to build a solution for an industry that isn't really your core target as I see it (mobiles and computers).
Is there any way to do this? Worksheet fields named so that we can access them in the template editor? If need be I could start a separate suggestion on this, but it would really give me (and I would hope others) a huge functionality increase, as I could then stick the data into a visual table for the customer very easily.