Adding bulk items

Adding bulk items to orders is easy. Search for the product name or tag, and click Add product.

If you've selected a rental period in advance, you'll see how many you have available. 

Adding individually trackable items

You can add trackable products to an order in two ways:

  • Click Add product to reserve the general product, and decide which specific item you're giving out later.

  • Click one of the individual stock items to specify which specific items you'll be giving out in advance.

If you selected a rental period, you'll see how many items you have available for that period, and which exact stock items are available.

Green stock items are available, red items are unavailable, and gray items are already on the order.

Specifying stock items at pickup can be helpful to give yourself more options when your customers pick up their order.
For example: When you rent out bikes, you can simply grab a bike that's easy to get to instead of retrieving that exact bike from the back of your warehouse.


A product's availability always depends on the order period, meaning you can't see availability details until an order period is specified.

When you selected a rental period, Booqable shows you how many additional items you can add to the order:

Note: Click the availability indicator to view the availability and shortage limit for that product.

Adjusting quantities

If you added a bulk product or didn't specify stock items, you can simply adjust the quantity.

If you added specific stock items however, the only way to lower the quantity is by removing those specific stock items from the order.

Custom lines

Custom lines let you add anything from transport fees to custom discounts.

Note: Custom lines are not products in Booqable; inventory is not tracked. This means there's no availability displayed, they don't show up in the calendar, and they can't be reserved, picked up, or returned.

What's next? 

After you added some products, you can reserve the items to make them unavailable for other bookings, or let a customer pick up items.

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