Track Inventory and Set Limits
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We know tracking inventory is complicated whether it’s a physical item or a spot in a class. Omella makes it easier by letting you set a maximum quantity and limit submissions on an item so you don’t sell more than you have.

If you are selling merchandise, event tickets or managing registrations to a class or summer camp, you can now set a maximum quantity and we’ll monitor for you. As items are purchased, we’ll automatically update until you sell out, then mark it as Unavailable. No more guess work or manually tracking, we do the work for you! If you also need to limit how many someone can purchase, we’ve got you covered. Here are the most popular ways you can use these new features:

💃 Set the number of tickets available for the school dance and only allow each student to purchase 1 at a time

☀️ Limit spots in your summer camp to 25 children based on staffing and space available

👕 Sell spirit wear online and list the quantities available by size and style

🎟️ Host an online raffle basket fundraiser and limit the number of chances sold

🎶 Sell 40 tickets to the spring concert

📕 Limit seats in the SAT prep class to 35 students


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