Archived Step by step guide for Revisions

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I will be doing revisions for the first time this coming week and I wasn't given any sort of training. I'm nowhere near an expert on setting sales planners or planos, so if possible, a step-by-step outline would be much appreciated!
 
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There should a trainer or tl who will show you on how to the job. Every store has a different way of doing them.
Here is some info from another thread:
Print log labels for non label strip pogs and sales planners. Revision labels should get you what you need for most revisions. A couple caveats...

1. If facings for an item change, but the schematic stays the same, the revision labels will not print for that item. You will need to manually print those labels so they have the updated facing number.

2. Sometimes the last pog or revision was set wrong or the revision labels are All wonky. In this case, printing all the pog labels usually helps.

3. If something has gone clearance a label will not print for it no matter what type of batch you are printing. If your sheet of labels is missing some random labels, double check the line listing for the dpci and check the price in upcs or item search. This happens quite a bit.

If you tie the planogram and batch the labels through sflm, you usually get what you need except in the three cases above. Batching through sflm for POGs or REVs will give you peg labels and price accuracy labels. The only times you should really need to print an all revision labels batch or an all pog labels batch is if you didn't receive label strips and the planogram uses label strips.
 
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Make sure you don't remove all the strips form the aisle, only the shelves that are changing. We had one guy take all the strips off and we had to dig through his trash to find the labels that stayed up.
 
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Make sure you get the original paperwork from corporate. Everything blacked out will be your guide and make life much easier. Not the bible, but I am always amazed to find everyone trying to "just follow the labels" at my store.
 
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