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Wholesale: Selecting Large Numbers of Plants and Inventory
Wholesale: Selecting Large Numbers of Plants and Inventory

Tips and tricks on how to select 100+ Plants or Inventory in GrowFlow Wholesale

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Written by Madie
Updated over a week ago

Updated 09/13/2022

It is often the case that you may need to move a large number of Plants or Inventory out of a Room, for example, 350 plants out of a Room with 400 plants in it. It's easy to select All plants with the checkbox at the top of the list, but how do you select only 350 without having to manually un-check the 50 you want to leave behind? 

Locating Plants / Inventory to Move

From the Grow Overview, click on a Plant Room block, like this:

From the Plants Overview, filter by Room to locate all Plants in one Room:

From the Inventory Overview, filter by Room to locate all Inventory in one Room:

Selecting a Large Number of Plants / Inventory

We're going to use Plants on the Grow Overview as an example but you can follow the same steps from the Plants and Inventory Overviews.

1. Once you have the items you want to move on the screen, start by increasing your per-page view all the way to 100.  If all the visible items are selected with a check mark along the right side, un-select them by clicking the check box at the top of the check box column. 

2. Next, select the first item on the list by checking the box along the right side. Then, select the page corresponding to the number of items you want to select. 

3. Once you're on the correct page, hold shift on your keyboard and click the checkbox with your cursor approximately where you think the number you want is. You can select more or less by holding shift and clicking higher or lower on the list.

  • Hint: 50 line items is about halfway down the page

4. Confirm the number of line items selected from the top of the page.

And there you have it!

You've selected the correct number of plants without having to manually click all the checkboxes! 

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