New in Greenventory July’21: Merging Packages, Batch Data Updates, and More

We’re back again to share what features and enhancements came out today, July 08, 2021.

1. Uniting multiple packages for selling or transfer

If you have several packages with one strain and an identical lab testing status, located at the same facility, you can unite these packages into one. This action will result in the emergence of a new package with a new ID whilst the source packages get finished. The ‘quantity on hand’ changes will get into MetRC upon synchronization.

To merge multiple packages, go to Cannabis→Packages. Mark the ones you want to unite, click on Batch actions→Unite Packages. Here you can enter the new package label, leave a note and set a date for when the new package was created.

2. Import of updated data via an Excel file

If your Greenventory is not linked to QuickBooks Online, there is a quick and efficient way for you to import, export, and update data. From now on, you can mass-update data related to Items, Customers, and Vendors by importing an Excel spreadsheet. Let’s say, your vendor sends you an updated price list. Metrc offers no way to keep a record of prices or update them. If your list has the same item names as the ones in Greenventory, you’ll have no trouble whatsoever updating the costs. You can export your item list as an excel spreadsheet, make necessary changes, and import it back into Greenventory. The software will do the matching and update only those fields that you mark for it.

3. Blocking negative inventory transactions

Negative inventory requires extra caution. Now, you are safeguarded against selling or transferring products that have negative inventory. If you try to add a product that has a negative QOH on a sales transaction or a transfer, Greenventory won’t let you save and show a warning. You can’t be too careful, can you?

To enable negative QOH blockage, go to Settings→Inventory.

4. Assigning transactions to users

Greenventory users with sufficient permissions to access different transaction types can become the assignees of these transactions. Next time you create a new transaction, go to the ‘Assigned to’ field and pick the person you want to be accountable for this transaction.

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