What is a product inventory adjustment?

A product inventory adjustment is a record of all stock changes made for a product. Inventory adjustments are created whenever the stock level is changed for a Product.

Product Inventory Adjustments are automatically added based on events that trigger changes in stock such as Orders and Manufactures.

You can also add your own inventory adjustments to handle any stock changes unrelated to orders and manufactures – this is the recommended way to track breakages and loss. 

Note: Stock should not be increased using inventory adjustments as it will be costed as zero.

A starting inventory adjustment can also be added to account for any stock "brought forward" from a previous system into Craftybase. For more information on how to approach your initial stock backdating, please see our article here:  How to initially backdate your stock in Craftybase.

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