The Inventory Change Report shows you how inventory has been updated over time for easy high-level audits. You choose the date range, and we will display your starting and ending inventory with a summary of all updates in between. You can click into the Product history for the details.

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Report Summary

The columns in this report include:

  • Product

  • Variant

  • Categories*

  • SKU

  • Barcode*

  • Location

  • Starting Value*

  • Starting Qty

  • Added (via the Actions>Add/Edit feature, Bulk Upload Spreadsheet, and received Purchase Orders or Internal Transfers)

  • Removed (via the Actions>Add/Edit feature, Bulk Upload Spreadsheet, and Internal Transfers)

  • Re-Stocked (refunded or returns products)

  • Sold

  • Net Change

  • Ending Qty

  • Ending Value*

*able to toggle on with hamburger button (highlighted in above screenshot)

The Summary Boxes are the multi-colored boxes at the top of the report that provide a synopsis of certain aspects of the report. Included in this report are:

  • Change in Value*

  • Change in Quantity

  • Starting Value*

  • Starting Quantity

  • Ending Value*

  • Ending Quantity

*NOTE: Default cost is used to calculate the value. For more accurate overall inventory values, please use the Inventory Report.


Things to Note:

  • You can also use the Inventory Change widget in Custom Reports to filter that same data by location and view additional columns.

  • Only products that have experienced a change in quantity over the date range specified are included on this report. To see a total value of on-hand inventory at a given point in time, check out your Inventory Report.

  • Default cost will be used to calculate the Starting, Ending and Change in Value. For more accurate inventory values, we recommend generating an Inventory Report.


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