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 Author: jakyasar View Messages Posted By jakyasar
 Posted: Oct 7, 2019 07:10
 Subject: Database for inventory
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jakyasar (538)

Location:  USA, New York
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Hi all

As the number of sets/pieces growing, I need to start cataloging my inventory
to avoid double purchases.

Any recommendations for such program to keep track of inventory is appreciated.

Thank you
 Author: Hurt View Messages Posted By Hurt
 Posted: Oct 7, 2019 07:16
 Subject: Re: Database for inventory
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Hurt (273)

Location:  Austria, Wien
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Hi!

As you're a seller, you can use "Stockrooms" here on bricklink. By default
there is only one Stockroom, but you can enable 3 Stockrooms in the settings
(A, B and C). You could use one of them for your personal collection for example
- that would be the easiest solution without any additional program or website.

Kind regards,
Michael

In Suggestions, jakyasar writes:
  Hi all

As the number of sets/pieces growing, I need to start cataloging my inventory
to avoid double purchases.

Any recommendations for such program to keep track of inventory is appreciated.

Thank you
 Author: Minifigforlife View Messages Posted By Minifigforlife
 Posted: Oct 7, 2019 07:54
 Subject: Re: Database for inventory
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Minifigforlife (13781)

Location:  United Kingdom, England
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Brickset is a good way of doing that.



In Suggestions, jakyasar writes:
  Hi all

As the number of sets/pieces growing, I need to start cataloging my inventory
to avoid double purchases.

Any recommendations for such program to keep track of inventory is appreciated.

Thank you