- The Live workflow allows you to pack as you list, but you still had to manually assign those items to the box. If you turn on the Auto-Assign Boxes feature when you create your batch, we will now automatically assign your items as you list to the most recently used box!
- The Shipping Plan page in Private Workflow was causing a lot of confusion on how to use it. We overhauled the page, and took some heavy lifting away from you relating to some limitations of how Amazon allows us to create shipping plans when your batch is over 200 MSKUs. That part's now on us, where it should be.
- The Velocity Report under Reports > Velocity Report will help you to avoid stock-outs or overstock with inventory that you regularly replenish. This report allows you to track 'Replenish By' dates, using a lead time entered for each item you are tracking.
- Users can now view the packing lists from past shipments if you use the InventoryLab Box Content feature by clicking on the shipment ID on the Accounting->Inbound Shipping page.
- It wasn't obvious that you could edit your item quantities when using InventoryLab's Box Content feature. It should be more noticeable now.
- You can now search your FBA Sales and MFN sales by ASIN.
- You can now see what quantity of an item is inbound to Amazon when replenishing.
- Merging a duplicate item and then replenishing the same item resulted in errors when importing a Buy List. This error will no longer occur and prevent users from moving on to the Amazon Validation step of this process.
- A more helpful error will now appear when a user who is not registered to sell FBA attempts to import a Buy List in an FBA Batch.
- When importing a Buy List, a calculation with the sales tax and discounts was off. We have corrected this.
- It was discovered having more than 2000 Open Batches caused an error on the Open Batch page. While we do not suggest keeping 2000+ Open Batches, this will no longer prevent the Open Batch page from loading.
- Some users found their data for 01/25/2017 was not included within the Inventory Valuation Report. All dates with an active InventoryLab subscription should now be available within this report.
- The Compensated Clawback fee was recently added to the Settlement Reports Amazon provides to InventoryLab. InventoryLab already tracked this cost as a Reimbursement Reversal so changes were put in place to avoid this fee being accounted for twice.
- Preventative measures were put in place to ensure clicking the "Submit" button twice does not result in duplicated shipments.
- Small changes have been made in order to ensure consistent wording and functionality across InventoryLab.
- Scoutify 2 and Stratify have been updated to reflect the 2018 Amazon Fulfillment Fee rates.
- We have worked to speed up the Box Content workflow when dealing with large batches.
- Pagination has been added to the Notification page in order to avoid errors for Users with a large number of reminders/notifications.
- It was discovered that the Inventory Valuation Report displayed the previous day's report when exported. The data for the date selected will now be included when this report is exported.
- Amazon increased the number of characters for each Box ID. Changes were made to the Box Contents page to accommodate this change.
- Shipments will now display within Working Shipments as soon as they are created.
- Our Onboarding Tutorials were updated to include new features recently added to InventoryLab.
- The Profit and Loss and Sales Tax reports will now take into account taxes remitted automatically by Amazon. These totals will be displayed as “Marketplace Facilitator Tax”.
- Sales tax collected for the state of Arkansas will now be correctly accounted for within all areas of InventoryLab.
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