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We can currently search on multiple SKUs by separating the SKU with a comma. But the user still has to drill into each item separately once the search results come back.
If the user has searched on a single node or singe DG, they should be able to see the inventory for all items searched in a table format (replacing the list of skus after the search is pressed) so that a single view of inventory is shown across the selected skus.
The user should be able to drill into the details on any one sku by clicking the name of the sku, just as they can today on the search results page.
How will this idea be used?
Business users have a need to report on and view inventory of a set of related skus. Allowing a single view of inventory in a table for a user-provided list of skus would greatly simplify their ability to see and manage inventory in a way that is consistent with how they use inventory today.
|What is your industry?||Retail|
|What is the idea priority?||High|