Learn how to access the Stock Transactions screen and check product movement history!
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Transactions carried out in your products stock are recorded in your database. In this way, it is possible to have access to the history of transactions that have already been carried out in your database, regardless of their type!
1. On the left side menu, click on the PRODUCTS icon.
2. Click on the STOCK TRANSACTIONS tab.
3. This is the screen where you can check all the stock transactions already carried out in your Program!
Done! You can also apply filters on the “type” column and view transactions separately.
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