July 2, 2018
New Vendor Features
- Catalog Menu Options Are Here!
- This new feature allows vendors to select, in settings, the ability to display their menu as a catalog type, which will not be directly tied to actual inventory. With this option, the vendor can go into their inventory dashboard and create their catalog menu items to display to their buyer. This allows them to show any products with any details, quantity, and price, regardless of what exists in batches or traceability.
- When an order is placed through the catalog menu, the vendor’s fulfillment team will see in the order itself the ability to assign an ordered item to an actual inventory batch or lot. At this time the vendor can choose to split orders up, assign multiple inventory items to one cataloged order, or modify the order entirely.
- With the catalog menu not being tied to actual inventory, we’ve added the ability for vendors to create a “range” of QA results for their products rather than a fixed number, e.g. 24-35% THC. Please note that these fixed range values must be whole numbers and no decimals are allowed.
- There are multiple options tied to this feature that prevent users from making mistakes such as assigning extra inventory to orders or not assigning enough. Additionally, orders will remain editable and assignable by vendor even after inventory is assigned.
- In the split order function, we added the ability to select a new/different store to send the order to.
- Invoices have been redesigned to better match work orders and provide the ultimate invoicing experience. Never before have your clients been more excited to be invoiced!
- In batches inventory details, a log button has been added to provide the vendor user with complete change history of every inventory item.
- Added a dialogue box on the label printing feature that allows the user to print previously generated labels or regenerate the current order's labels and print new ones.
Now when a user selects multiple inventory items or multiple orders to change status of, a confirmation dialogue will appear to confirm that the user wishes to commit those changes in bulk.
Changes made to layout of QA results on inventory pages in order to reduce horizontal footprint.
A full optimization on the system database was performed to speed up the loading of all menus and inventory screens.
Modified a few stylistic details of embed menu including mouseover text/color and QA bubble layout, as well as visibility of amount of product available.
For retailers who have not posted their menu online yet, consumers have the ability to request they do so, which sends them a standardized email. We’ve modified this feature to only allow one email sent every 6 hours in an effort to reduce the possibility of spam for Bloomhub retailers. Now all they’ll have to clean out of their inboxes is that letter from that one guy who recently inherited a fortune and requests their assistance.
Corrected a bug that was distorting long titles of products on embed menus
A bug was discovered where certain products of certain like-brands were unable to be ordered together with others that matched those same categories. This bug was sought out and destroyed like a spider hidden behind a picture frame.
Resolved an issue where inventory quantity was calculating incorrectly. We sent Bloomhub to remedial algebra 101 and she came back better educated.