Here is an example of the Notifications page. By clicking on the empty star, it moves the notification to the top of the list and identifies it as “Important”

Reminders

While listing, you can set a reminder date for any of your items with a memo. You can then be notified about those reminders on the date you set. For example, if I have an item expiring 12/1/15, and I set a reminder while I list for 10/1/15 with the memo “expires in 60 days, sell or destroy” then on 10/1/15 I will be notified by InventoryLab under the notifications tool which is located at the top of the screen next to settings.

This image shows where to input reminders

When it is time for a reminder to be displayed, you will see a flag by the mail icon next to settings. Clicking on the mail icon will take you to the details.

Managing Reminders

Reminders can be managed in the Inventory tab. You will need to click the “Management” view (as opposed to accounting) to add, edit or delete reminders to any MSKU you wish from that view.

Setting up Email Notifications

You can also set up email notifications by going to Settings>Notification Settings and click the check box.

InventoryLab Update Notifications

You’ll also see any system related updates our awesome team has provided to alert you of any important issues or concerns that may affect your use of InventoryLab.

To see them, click on the Updates option on the left.

All Notifications

If you’re brave, you could always view them all together!

Go on, you know you want to…click on All Notifications.

Reminders and Updates are color coded to make viewing easier and we’ve even listed them in order by date (most recent to older).

Delete Notifications

Cleaning these up is a piece of cake.

Click on the Delete option below the notification you want to remove and once you confirm your decision, it slides right off the page.

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