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    I agree with this. Any chance of getting Twilio integration?

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    Eric commented  · 

    I agree. Why can't the quantities be adjusted?

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    Eric commented  · 

    This would be very helpful. I order parts from digikey, and for example, the caps I just ordered cost $0.00690 each. Repairshopr rounded that up to $0.01, quite wrong.

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    Eric commented  · 

    I would like to expand on this.

    I would like to see a barcode generated for each physical location. Each shelf, each cupboard, each bin etc...
    You'd create a new physical location, give it a name, and a barcode is generated. This could be setup so each location can have a parent, so you'd have "Backroom" with children "Rack 1", "Rack 2", and then each rack can have "Shelf 1", "Shelf 2" etc...

    From there, when receiving items, you can print in stock labels for each item, and then scan each of them, and when you scan the location they're stored at, it automatically puts those items into that location. With the "in-stock" labels, that have different numbers, you could know exactly which items are at each location.

    Then inside the product view, it would say something like "3 in Backroom/Rack 2/Shelf 3" for each location this product is currently stored in.

    I would like to see good integration with the labels and barcode scanners. For example, each location barcode always starts with a certain pattern, so when it's scanned the system knows it's a location and not a product.

    If you're using the barcodes and scanners, if you were to take an item from one location and move it to a different location, it would automatically be updated to reflect that change.

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