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Managing Inventory Locations

Keeping track of the equipment rooms or warehouses where your equipment is kept

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Written by Vincent
Updated over a week ago

Locations are one of the main features of Cheqroom. They allow you to create separate Locations for each equipment room, warehouse or department, within your organization and assign Items to them. 

This means you can see, per Location, where all your inventory is stored and decide from which Location every user will be picking up their gear.

Setting up Locations in your account

By default, every account has one location for the "Headquarters", but you can add as many Locations as you need.*

*Note: The Essentials plan only has 1 Location.

Adding a new Location

  1. Click Settings, next click Locations

  2. Click New location

  3. Fill in the name and it's full address

  4. Click Add location

Removing a Location that is no longer used

  1. Click Settings, next click Locations

  2. Choose the Location that is no longer used

  3. Click Actions

  4. Click Archive

Note: You can only remove a Location completely if there are no Items still assigned to that Location - the number on the right side tells you how many items are currently at that location:

Using Locations in bookings and equipment

Viewing a single location in your web browser

  1. Use the location picker (at the top left - only if multiple locations) 

  2. It filters all Items, Kits, Reservations and Check-outs to that location

  3. All new Reservations and Check-outs will automatically be set to that Location.

Adding a Location to a Reservation or Check-out

When you create a new Reservation or Check-out, it is important to know that the Location you add to the booking is where the equipment will be picked up from, NOT where the equipment is going.

Want to add information on where the equipment is going? Add a custom field to your booking and fill in the information when needed.

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