To open the closed batches page, click on List and then Closed Batches
This main page has the following sortable columns:
- Total MSKUs
- Total Items
- Workflow Type
- Box Content
You will see a list of all of the batches that have been processed through InventoryLab. If you need to locate batches containing a certain product, search by entering the product ASIN, Title, MSKU, or scanning the UPC into the search bar.
To see details about a particular batch, click on the batch name. Once you have clicked on the Batch name you will see have View options, the Price Details View and the List Details View. The page will default to the last view chosen.
The List Details view will include the following sortable columns:
- List Price
- Expiration Date
- Option to Print a Label individually for FBA items
The Price Details View will include the following sortable columns:
- List Price
- Min Price
- Max Price
You can search for items within the batch of each view. For FBA batches, if you need to print labels for more than one item, click the checkbox next to the items and click the Print Label in the upper right. You may also use the Export button to save your closed batch as a spreadsheet, export a BQool Repricing Central file, or shipping plan file.
Restoring a Batch
You may need to restore a batch when:
- Product feeds need to be resent
- A private batch was prematurely closed before send feeds/create shipment
- You want to create a new batch using only a few items from a batch
- You want to change the box content settings for the items in a batch
To restore a batch, click on the batch name in closed batches and hit Restore. For a walkthrough on restoring batches, take a look at this help article.