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How to Easily Manage Shopify Bundles with Advanced In-Line Kitting

How to Easily Manage Shopify Bundles with Advanced In-Line Kitting

Welcome to the Skew Savvy YouTube channel! Skew Savvy is a powerful warehouse management system designed to simplify your inventory management and pick, pack, and ship processes. In this tutorial, we will guide you through setting up kits, also known as bundles, for your products in Shopify using our visual Warehouse layout tool. Kits are assortments of items that are combined to create another item. Whether it's a one-to-many, many-to-many, or many-to-one relationship, Skew Savvy allows you to easily create and manage kits.

Setting Up Kits in Skew Savvy

If you are already using bundles in Shopify and want to set them up as kits in Skew Savvy, the process is straightforward. First, make sure all the input products for the kit are already set up in Skew Savvy. An important note: while the input items need to be in Skew Savvy, if you are only selling the finished kit on Shopify, you can list the kit product on Shopify and keep the input items solely on Skew Savvy.

To set up a kit in Skew Savvy, follow these steps:

  1. Access the products section in Skew Savvy and navigate to the Kitting tab.
  2. Select the input components for the kit. This represents the items that will be used to assemble the kit.
  3. Choose the item that the kit will be converted into once assembled.
  4. Ensure that all the input components have sufficient inventory available at the warehouse used for assembly.
  5. Assemble the kit by picking the input components and adding them to the kit.
  6. Once the kit is assembled, it will be available for further actions such as packaging, carrier rate calculation, or fulfillment.

Advanced In-Line Kitting in Skew Savvy

Skew Savvy also offers an advanced feature called in-line kitting, which allows you to streamline the kit assembly process within a single order or a batch of orders. This feature is helpful when you have multiple products to fulfill and some of them include a kit. Here's how it works:

  1. Start by creating an order batch that includes the kit product along with other items.
  2. Access the order batch and navigate to the relevant order.
  3. Follow the steps for in-line kitting, picking the input components and adding them to the kit within the order.
  4. Convert the kit, and it will be treated as if it has been picked separately.
  5. Proceed with the rest of the order fulfillment process, such as packaging and carrier rate calculation.

The in-line kitting feature in Skew Savvy simplifies the management of kits that are part of larger orders, allowing you to efficiently pick and pack them alongside other products.

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FAQ

  1. What is Skew Savvy?
  • Skew Savvy is a warehouse management system that helps businesses with their inventory management and fulfillment processes, including the management of kits or bundles.
  1. How do I set up kits in Skew Savvy?
  • To set up kits in Skew Savvy, go to the Kitting tab in the products section, select the input components for the kit, and choose the item the kit will be converted into once assembled. Ensure that there is sufficient inventory available for the input components.
  1. Can I manage Shopify bundles with Skew Savvy?
  • Yes, Skew Savvy allows you to manage Shopify bundles by setting them up as kits in the system. You can list the finished kit on Shopify while keeping the input items solely in Skew Savvy.
  1. What is in-line kitting in Skew Savvy?
  • In-line kitting is an advanced feature in Skew Savvy that allows you to assemble kits within a single order or a batch of orders. This simplifies the management of kits that are part of larger order fulfillment processes.