Additional product information can help increase the accuracy of the inventory forecast. 

Note: an item marked as non-replenishable in one warehouse will be non-replenishable in all warehouses within Inventory Planner.

Variants cannot be removed directly within Inventory Planner. You will need to remove a variant on your connected platform, then it will be removed from Inventory Planner following the next sync. Instead of deleting a variant, you can mark the variant as non-replenishable in Inventory Planner, then use filters to remove it from view.

Dropshipped or Discontinued Items

To remove items from your forecast that you do not keep in stock (including dropshipped or discontinued items), go to the Replenishment report and select items you wish to remove. 

Then click Bulk Actions > 'Set Non-Replenishable'

You will be given the option to make this setting temporary (Useful for if this is being used on items that the suppliers is temporarily ceasing production)

If you do not wish to make use of this option, simply leave the 'Temporary' checkbox empty.

Once you have this set as desired, click 'Apply'.

Please note, The default view of your Replenishment report shows replenishable items. If you wish to view items that are non-replenishable, remove the Replenishable filter. 

Importing Non-Replenishable Status

If you have a spreadsheet of variants (SKUs) that need to be set as non-replenishable, you can import that information.

In your spreadsheet, add column headers indicating which are SKUs and which is the replenishment status. If you do not add headers, the first product in your list will not import correctly. In the replenishment column, add 'True' or '1' to indicate that an item is non-replenishable
(Note: If you wish to use the same process to reverse this setting, you can set this column value to be "False" or "0", to set items as being Replenishable)

In the Replenishment screen, select Import > Variant settings.

You can see the available columns listed on the bottom of the import section.

(We also offer the ability to download a CSV template, with the available columns for adjustment)

When your CSV file is prepared and ready, you can drag the file to the import section, or click to select your file.

Once Uploaded, proceed by using the option to Map Columns.

You will be taken to a field mapping screen, where you can check and confirm the columns on the file are mapped to the desired settings.

Click 'Import' to complete the import.

You will then see an import summary screen, that will confirm changes or if any errors were experienced during the import.

If you have any concerns, please reach to us using the in-app support chat.

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