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Order symbols

What do the order symbols mean?

Using inFlow, you may notice symbols next to products on orders. Please take a look below to see what they mean.

Web

Red exclamation

If you see a red exclamation mark, you do not have enough stock in the specified location to fulfill this current order.

Yellow exclamation

If you see a yellow exclamation mark, you have enough stock for this order only but not enough for any other open orders for this item. It’s a good idea to reorder if you see this icon.

Clock symbol

If you see a clock symbol on the order screen, that means that you’ve already ordered this item from your vendor and you’re just waiting to receive/complete the order, so you’ll have enough stock. You should not need to reorder again if you see this icon (otherwise, you’ll end up with double the amount).

Manufacture order statuses (Web)

On a manufacture order (MO), there are a few different statuses that you’ll see next to assemblies. Take a look below to learn about the different statues and the bullet points that explain why you’d see these statues on the MO.

Blocked

  • This is shown at the top-level subassemblies when there aren’t enough raw materials in stock.

Start

  • Subassemblies are ready to build. 
  • Prior subassemblies have been made, and they’re ready to be used in the next assembly. 
  • Raw materials/components are in stock and ready for picking and assembly.

Continue

  • For assemblies in progress. 
  • Some of the raw materials have been picked.
  • The assembly process has started but hasn’t been marked as done.

Assemble

  • Subassemblies will have this status when there aren’t any raw materials left to pick. 
  • This stage means you have everything ready to start building.

Done

  • When all raw materials have been picked, operations and subassemblies are completed. 

Not enough

  • This status is for raw materials that aren’t in stock. 
  • Click on Not enough to reorder stock. 

Low stock

  • This is shown for products that are on multiple orders, but there isn’t enough stock to complete/fulfill them all.    
  • Click on Low stock to reorder. 

Waiting 

  • This status is for products you don’t have in stock but are waiting on an incoming order.
  • Products can be reordered from a purchase order, stock transfer, or manufacture order. 

Windows

Red exclamation

If you see a red exclamation mark, it means you do not have enough stock in the specified location to fulfill this current order.

Yellow exclamation

If you see a yellow exclamation mark, it means that you do have enough stock for this order only but not enough for any other open orders for this item. It’s a good idea to reorder if you see this icon.

Clock symbol

If you see a clock symbol on the order screen, that means that you’ve already ordered this item from your vendor and you’re just waiting to receive/complete the order, so you’ll have enough stock. You should not need to reorder again if you see this icon (otherwise, you’ll end up with double the amount).

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