Back Office - Inventory Count Product Scan

Modified on Mon, 22 Jan at 1:38 PM


This screen has been optimized to allow for quick scanning of Products during the Spot check and Complete audit Inventory Count Types.

NOTE: This page has been updated in version 4.6 (and newer) of Cloud Retailer.  Older versions may not reflect all of the fields below.

Screen Layout

Product Scanning Grid

Contains the fields used to scan Products, count them, and add some counting notes.

Default Properties

  • The entire grid is not visible when the Inventory Count has been Finalized.


  • Product: The Product code or Description of a product.  If you manually type into this field, after 2 characters it will begin suggesting Products for you to click on. 
  • Qty: Indicates the quantity of the Product that should be added to the count.  This field always defaults to 1 on a new scan.  Pressing the Enter key here will also "click" the Add (+) button.
  • Cancel (Ø) button: Clicking this button will clear out any values in the Product Scanning Grid, but will leave the history alone.
  • Description: Allows you to add a descriptive note about where or what was counted.
  • Add (+) button: Adds the selected Product and count information to the Inventory Count history.

Product Scan History Grid

Default Properties

  • None


  • Product Code / Employee: On the top line - the UPC or Primary Product Code for the Product. On the second line - the name of the Employee that counted the given line.
  • Product Name / Date Created, Description: On the top line - The description of the Product.  On the second line the Date and Time the given line was counted, followed by the count Description (if present).
  • Total / On Hand / Quantity: On the top line - The sum of all the counts for the given Product followed by the total Quantity on hand for the Product.  On the second line, the quantity for only the given entry is displayed.

Inventory Count Import

  • Inventory Count Import (drop target): Provides a place to drag and drop Inventory Count files for uploading.  This control can also be clicked on to open an Open file window to search for a file on your computer.


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