Creation of Disassemblies

Creation of Disassemblies

A disassembled product is a product created for an item of a larger variation. For example, when you stock a 50KG bag of sugar and you'd like to sell it in 1KG bags, you will be required to disassemble the 50KG bag.
To create a disassembly;
1. Login in the back office and access Inventory
2. Scroll and select Disassembly
3. Click on the + sign on the top right of the screen as highlighted below to add a new entry.

4. Proceed to select the Disassembly variant and enter the Base item as well as the Quantity breakdown. 

5. Click on the Update disassembly button to finalize the process.

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