1. Products - Default View
Products do not show by default which improves the loading time for large product databases. To view products you can search the database or use the filters.
The merchandising tab is no longer located on this page, rather you complete your product planograms in the planogram tool.Please refer to the Products User Guide for instructions.
2. Devices - Master SKU
The ability to add the Master SKU to a device has been added. The Master SKU is the SKU associated with a specific model. For example the iPhone 11 would have a Master SKU and the iPhone 11 black would have a device SKU.
To add devices to the system, please refer to the Devices User Guide.
3. Fixtures - List View
You can view fixtures by Icon View or by List View. List view allows for a clean view of the fixtures, how many of each fixture exist and the number of variations of each fixture planogrammed in locations.
To add fixtures to the system, please refer to the Location Set User Guide.
4. Fixture Priorities
It is required to have a priority assigned to each fixture that is placed on a floorpan in a location. Priorities are subsections of a Zone. Priorities allow a user to prioritize fixtures within a single zone to indicate the order of importance.
To add priorities to fixtures, please refer to the Location Set User Guide.
Locations and Users are separated into two tabs in the system. You can only search for users under the user tab and locations under the location tab. This allows for custom roles and policies to be associated with specific users.
To create users and locations, please refer to the Location Set User Guide.
6. Locations Homepage
The location homepage has been updated with a new look. This allows for easy navigation between the location settings. You can easily toggle from one location to another while on the location homepage.
To create locations, please refer to the Location Set User Guide.
Reference folders are used to organize directives. Folders can exist on the main page of the reference library and also be nested under the main reference folders (ie: a folder within a folder - a “subfolder”). Reference folders can be allocated to all locations or specific locations.
To upload directives, please refer to the Directives User Guide.