Selecting an Item Group
Overview Selecting an Item Group is an essential function for defining your Item Characteristics. The Item Group will define whether the item will be tracked in inventory, and how it will be represented in your accounting books (i.e. Inventory part...
Create an Item
Learn the step-by-step process of adding an item in Order Time. This guide covers item creation, item groups, and essential considerations to organize your inventory effectively.
Item Details
Discover how to master item management in Order Time with our detailed guide on item details. Learn to create, categorize, and maintain your inventory with ease, ensuring your products are accurately represented and managed within the system. Perfect for businesses looking to streamline their inventory processes and enhance product management efficiency.
Item Usage
Overview  Order Time supports various item types, each one suiting a different need for how the item will be used, tracked and reported on. The type that is assigned to the item will dictate the ways that the system handles the item. For examp...
Style Editor
Overview A Style Editor is used to manage variations where an item has various attributes; however, you do not want to create an item number for each individual attribute.  For example, a clothing manufacturer produces a t-shirt in 4 different...
Kits and Kit Config Updated
Kits are combining two or more items to send to a customer. The Kit itself is NOT an item.
Importing Item Images
The purpose of this article is to demonstrate the steps taken to import item images. The best way to import images for your items would be with Web Resources. To import your item images you will use the import function found in the admin panel of your Order Time file. You will want to create a CSV file containing the item name, that it is a web resource and the web address of the item image.
Importing a count with Lot / Serial Numbers
The most common practice for updating a count is to import you CSV back into Order Time with the updated counts of each of the items. The purpose of this article is to demonstrate the method required to update the count of items that track Lot / Serial Numbers.
Item Barcodes in Order Time
Order Time allows you to set up unique barcodes that can be used to streamline your process and avoid scanning multiple individual barcodes if a barcode on the outer packaging exists letting the system exactly how many units there are inside. You ca...
Managing Expiration Dates in Order Time
Effectively manage your inventory by tracking expiration dates for lotted and serialized items in Order Time. Explore our step-by-step guide on setting expiration dates.
Creating Proxies
If you decide not to sync inventory,  Order Time will create a non-inventory item called OT Proxy.    This item is used for bills and invoices in QuickBooks so it's income and expense account will be reflected in your P & L. &...
UOM Sets
While the primary measure for an item dictates how it is stocked (most commonly an Each), it may need to be bought, sold or used in production with different measures.
Item Vendors
In Order Time each Item can have a list of Vendors where you purchase that Item from. Here you are able to record the Vendors Part No, Cost, Lead Time, etc …
Adding Attachments
Attachments are any document or images that you would like to associate with a given entity or transaction .      On the details page of most records types, you will see a tab for Attachments.     An attachment could a...
Merging Items
How to merge an item into another item due to replacement, duplication error or discontinuation and view it on the Audit Trail Report.