The normal use of Bar Codes in Warehouse Mobile Flows

Bar codes in Warehouse
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Videos with the tag "Commonly Used" describes the functionality that is used by most companies. Commonly Used This video includes functionality from the app "Warehouse Mobile" which is available at Microsoft AppSource. Click to visit AppSource. Warehouse Mobile

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Presenter: Sune Lohse, Chief Strategy Officer

Using barcode in mobile flows is a little like just entering keystrokes.

So for instance, if I’m finding an item, I could just keystroke item number 5000, and see my bin content on item number 5000.

I could have scanned it so if it was a scanner and you have a barcode, the scanner would just understand this one as 5000 when you scan normal barcode. That’s like a font on the keyboard.

You can also scan on the numbers. So for instance, I have a number here, which is a barcode number, and it opens the same item number in here, I’ll show you why later on and it was number 37. I could also have number 36.

Opening the same item, I could also have number 34 i the end opening the same item, and the reason for that is it looks in the item list.

So let’s just take a look at item number 5000 and figure out what it’s doing.

It looks into the item card first of all, it searchs for item number if it cannot find the item number, it search for the Global Trade Item Number, the GTIN number to see if that’s a hit.

If it doesn’t find that one, it will search into the item references where you can add as many as you want, meaning my number 34 and 36 was from in here.

So in this way, you can add many barcodes for items and in standard warehouse mobile and reduce that functionality everywhere you’re looking for items so it could be in find items, show bin content, warehouse received, whatever.

When you scan for an item number, this is the logic.