I’m building out a base to track plant inventory in a nursery.
The way it should work is I receive plant material, and assign values to several fields in a Table called “Receiving”
Once the material is added to the system, an automation adds it t...
I’m not sure what details to include, I want to incorporate Airtable into virtually every aspect of my landscaping companies’ business operations, and while I know what outcomes I want, I can’t take the time to learn a whole software platform - I nee...
I’m trying to create an estimating tool that pulls pricing details from one base and sums them together.
I have 10 “item” fields and 10 “quantity” fields. The item field is linked.
The goal is to select the item, enter a qty and then get one...
That’s wild - I just googled him, it looks like him and a spray tan Real Estate Magnate in LA are leading the pack lol.
Cheers - I hope to be able to come try your brew one day.
In the meantime, thanks for this - I think this will work perfectly!
I have a similar issue!
I have a master list of items. Some of my actual deliverables are composed of multiple items in different qtys.
I think this requires some sort of junction table, but I’m having trouble figuring it out
This makes sense!
Just to make sure I follow:
“Items” is your product catalog, and sets the pricing.
“Line Items” is where you’re constructing the actual invoice
“Invoice” is basically just used to summarize the “Line Items” info into a customer faci...