Navigating Inventory in the Foreman Dashboard

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For mining operations, managing inventory might be straightforward, such as repairing miners, replacing wires, or simply keeping track of available resources. However, as operations expand, the complexity and volume of inventory grow, making traditional management methods like spreadsheets cumbersome and prone to errors.

The Inventory feature on the Foreman dashboard is a solution to these challenges, offering a more streamlined and efficient approach to managing a wide array of items critical to mining operations. This feature enables users to easily track and manage their inventory, ensuring accurate and up-to-date information that supports operational scalability and efficiency.

Click 'Inventory' on the left side navigation bar. 


The Inventory page displays the columns by:

  • Name - a naming field that can assist you in identifying the inventory item at a glance. For example, S9 Hashboard or S9 Fan.
  • Type - categorizes the type of inventory item. For example, a Hashboard or Fan. Add a new type from the 'Account Settings' in the 'Inventory' tab.
  • Client - points you to which Client ID or facility the item belongs to.
  • Location - points to the location within the Site Map or another location you have designated for your miners.
  • Quantity - the number of items you have in your inventory.
  • Notification Threshold - the assigned number set when the quantity of an item in your inventory falls to or below, it triggers an alert.
  • Manufacturer - a custom naming field that can assist you in identifying more information of the maker of the item.
  • Actions - Edit function for each inventory item.

- New custom field can be added from the 'Account Settings' in the 'Inventory' tab.

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  • Click 'View History' to see a record of actions implemented on inventory items like for example, deleting an item, adding an item, or change count. When changes are made, that's where this tool comes into play.

  • Click 'View Inventory' to go back to the main Inventory page.

  • Click 'Add Item' for the management of items that you want to keep track of.

  • Enter the details of the new item that will be added the inventory.

    Then click 'Save'.

  • Filters are a function that can assist you in finding items quickly by specific names or columns.

  • Bulk Edit is another function that allows you to select a group or all inventory items to edit.

    Click Edit and check the first box to select all.
    Click 'Edit' again.

  • Select the action to edit for selected items.

  • Click on Actions for the Edit functions of each item,

    Click 'Edit' to change or update an item.

  • Click 'History' to give you a record of changes made to the item.

  • Click 'View Ticket' to view details on repairs and maintenance tied to the item. This action will take you directly to the Ticketing page where you can find the statuses and review a complete repair history using an audit log​​.

  • Click 'Export' to generate a .csv file to send or just print it for documentation.

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