In a perfect world, your customers would always order exactly what you had on hand. It would be like magic, you have an abundance of a limited edition item that you totally fell in love with and guess what. Susie wants to buy them all! Well, sometimes that happens, especially if you can transfer your love and excitement about a product on to Susie. But what if it doesn’t. What if you didn’t order that product you should have…or your newest team member didn’t believe you when you told her to get plenty of Satin Hands. With Pink Office you have options to run your business just like you do in real life. Occasionally there are times when you need to loan, borrow or exchange products with another consultant. (Seriously though, “occasionally” is the key word here. Your friend doesn’t want you working out of her closet any more than you want to share your inventory. Keep it occasional and everyone will stay friends.)

Big question. How do I track my loan, borrow or exchange in Pink Office?

It’s called and inventory adjustment and I’ve got just the thing for you. They are called “knowledge base articles,” or “KBAs.” Don’t you hate the way that sounds? I like to call them walk throughs with pictures to help you know what to do…but that is a long name…we’ll call them support docs…that’s better.

To learn how to loan, borrow or exchange a product click here.

To learn how to return that product after it has been borrowed from someone else…click here.

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It’s really pretty easy. You can find these and other great Support docs…KBAs…walk throughs with pictures…by clicking on “support center” located in the top right hand corner of your screen when logged into As always if you have any more questions you can always contact us by clicking the little pink bubble that is in the bottom right hand corner of your screen when logged in to Pink Office. We’ll answer your questions as soon as we can!


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