The Warehouses tab allows you to manage all of your warehouses and their locations. From here, you can perform actions like adding, editing, or deleting warehouses, as well as managing the locations in each warehouse.

Warehouses represent each physical address that your inventory is stored in. A warehouse can be locally managed by your staff or an Amazon fulfillment center for participating in Amazon's FBA program.

Available Actions

There are a few actions that can be performed on this tab, including:

  • Add warehouse: This allows you to quickly create a new warehouse with a unique name, as well as a type and either an address (for local warehouses) or store (for Amazon warehouses).
  • Search: This allows you to search for warehouses by their name or type.

Warehouses Table

Your warehouses are laid out in a table. This table can be sorted by any of its columns, and all of its contents can be found in the search function on the page. The columns shown include:

  • Name: The name that was entered when creating the warehouse. Select a warehouse's name to open the Warehouse page, where you can manage its locations and the inventory within each location.
  • Type: The type of warehouse that was selected when creating the warehouse. A warehouse can be Local if it is managed by your staff, or Amazon if you linked it to a store that is participating in Amazon's FBA program.
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