Help with basic concepts and getting started with Craftybase.
Information on configuring your account level settings.
Products represent the items you sell.
Materials are used to track the raw ingredients you consume to make your products.
Recipes contain lists of the materials you use to create your products.
Variations are designed to handle small differences within the same product.
Manufactures increase your product stock and decrease your material stock.
Expenses are used to track costs and to increase your material stock.
Orders track your sales of products to customers and decrease your stock on hand.
Components (or sub-assemblies) increase material stock when manufactured.
Details on the reports we offer within Craftybase.
Customers and Vendors are both tracked via the Contacts feature.
The Consignment feature is used to track inventory sold from consignment locations.
Information about our compliance and lot tracking features
How the stocktaking feature works in Craftybase.
Listings are the external product references on your connected sales channels.
How to create pricing tiers and generate pricing guidance for your products.
Categories can be used to group together things that have similar qualities.
Quantity types track the different measurement units you manufacture in.
General guidance articles about Craftybase.
Information on the sales channel integrations Craftybase currently supports.
Information about our PayPal sales channel integration.
Sales channels are the connections between your online shops and Craftybase.
Common questions about Craftybase subscriptions.