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Food and Beverage """Expert"""
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Don’t like this. Don’t make it so big it gets bloated. Some things should be seperate (pickup, for example) @mobileFellow
Yeah, there's good reasons to keep different functions in different apps. With everything in one app, it can be more convenient if done properly, but with all the menus it's currently not any more convenient to switch between things in MyDay as it was to switch apps, in fact I'd say it's worse now because with different apps you would keep, for example, where you are at in a pull if you wanted to backstock something, but now that's not possible.
 
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that'll be addressed soon. specifically the not being clear what happens when failure happens, and what you are supposed to do when it happens. ideally it'd never happen, but that's not a good way to plan.

loading tasks to be done used to be a load issue, shouldn't be anymore (except for those with every work area selected). none of the bugs we've got are due to load or consolidation of stuff to do. wifi connectivity maybe an occasional issue, but coverage in store is solid.

the app will just keep getting better (and bigger) over time. as will the process things being handled by folks not directly working on the app.
Thank you!
 
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So I read through a lot of this thread looking for answers, but have we figured out what's going on with the OFO's being astronomically high? I'm the Boys/Girls/Infants DBO at my store and I'm tired of coming in daily pulling 900+ OFO's every morning and backstocking 90% of it. Is this a company wide issue? My SFQ and SFC's are up to date and accurate, all are tied to correct locations, but every single day they're just incredibly huge. I just want to know if others have found a way to fix this and what I can do to save my Style department the stress of spending an entire shift doing pulls.

Best example I can give to make things more clear; I have set the capacity of an infant girl shirt to 2, checked to make sure the SFQ is at 2, and then the pulls will still have me take 2 out from the back. POG is up to date, it's not accidentally tied in multiple locations. Is this an issue with the data not updating in time before OFO's are pulled daily? Our leads and ETL aren't entirely versed with even the old apps like the audit app, so if there's a workaround in another app, they wouldn't have trained us on it. I'm desperate for any solutions anyone can give me.
 
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So I read through a lot of this thread looking for answers, but have we figured out what's going on with the OFO's being astronomically high? I'm the Boys/Girls/Infants DBO at my store and I'm tired of coming in daily pulling 900+ OFO's every morning and backstocking 90% of it. Is this a company wide issue? My SFQ and SFC's are up to date and accurate, all are tied to correct locations, but every single day they're just incredibly huge. I just want to know if others have found a way to fix this and what I can do to save my Style department the stress of spending an entire shift doing pulls.

Best example I can give to make things more clear; I have set the capacity of an infant girl shirt to 2, checked to make sure the SFQ is at 2, and then the pulls will still have me take 2 out from the back. POG is up to date, it's not accidentally tied in multiple locations. Is this an issue with the data not updating in time before OFO's are pulled daily? Our leads and ETL aren't entirely versed with even the old apps like the audit app, so if there's a workaround in another app, they wouldn't have trained us on it. I'm desperate for any solutions anyone can give me.
I do believe that if anything is discontinued it pulls all regardless of capacity.
 
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I do believe that if anything is discontinued it pulls all regardless of capacity.
Our TL's tell us not to pull discontinued, so while it's factored into the total, we aren't pulling it. Here's my pulls for today, for example

Kids Apparel 576 (1163)
One for One 539 (891)
Out of Stock 217 (409)
Clearance NOP 31 (85)
Discontinued 57 (186)

So even if we were pulling discontinued, it's not the bulk of what its asking for.

We are a larger store and our style department is one of the biggest sellers, but even after weekends still most of this won't go out. My ETL is convinced these are so high because we sell a lot (our hours sure don't reflect that if its true) but its the same thing regardless if this is on a Sunday or on a random Wednesday, 90% of this will be backstocked again. The MyWork 2.0 app never had any issues like this, it was only when we switched over to MyDay that this sort of thing started happening immediately in all departments of our style team.
 
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One thing I noticed is, the upper few shelves of the backroom aisles are still marked as casestock. If there are lot of one item backstocked there , it’s assuming it as a casestock and asks to pull them all even if you don’t need that many . If I only take 2 instead of 12 then the quantity will later show as some instead of the real count . I would rather fix that ‘some’ manually than pulling 12 bottles of pasta sauce from the 10th shelf !! Yeah but it’s no fun!!
 
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seasonaldude

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One thing I noticed is, the upper few shelves of the backroom aisles are still marked as casestock. If there are lot of one item backstocked there , it’s assuming it as a casestock and asks to pull them all even if you don’t need that many . If I only take 2 instead of 12 then the quantity will later show as some instead of the real count . I would rather fix that ‘some’ manually than pulling 12 bottles of pasta sauce from the 10th shelf !! Yeah but it’s no fun!!

Fix those backroom locations to make them open stock.
 
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