AirVend Startup Guide - Step 5: Create a Planogram
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Create Your First Planogram

1. Click the Planogram icon from the Machines view.

In the My Machines Dashboard, you will see a rectangular icon which represents the planogram.
Green = Active (Live) Planogram,  Yellow = Pending Planogram,  Black = No planogram.

You will have a black icon since you have not yet created a planogram.

2. Click on that black icon to setup your first planogram.

 

Select Products for Each Slot

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3. Select the product for the My Products list (ordered alphabetically)from the drop-down menu in each cell.

4. List the sales price. If you do not see any products, go back and populate your Products list. More on that here.

IMPORTANT: Your vending machine will control the actual price of the item. This Price field is only used to display the price on the AirVend screen. AirVend will send a credit equal to your most expensive product per vend. It is not used to control the selling price of the item.

 

Save & Activate versus Save as Pending

Save & Activate - When you click this option, it will update all of your changes and try to push the updates to your AirVend unit.

Save as Pending - When you click this option, it will not update your changes but will put a yellow Icon next to your active planogram. This is good for planning changes to inventory beforehand.

 

Accessing a Pending Planogram

If you have saved a planogram as Pending, that pending version of the planogram will display next to the active version as a yellow icon. You can click on the yellow icon to continue to work on it.

 

Pending Planogram: Save Changes versus Save & Activate

You can continue to edit the pending version by clicking Save Changes. When you are ready to send it to the live AirVend, click the Save & Activate button.

 

Clone from Existing Planogram

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When you are creating your first planogram, you can copy that planogram for newly created machines rather than creating each from scratch.

1. Open the new blank planogram.

2. Choose a machine to copy from.

3. Click the Clone button to populate it. You can always edit this new planogram if there are differences from the originating planogram.

Note: The machines that the planogram is being cloned from and to must have the same Machine Model and Planogram Template. More on that here.