Unit Manger in Insights gives you the ability to easily manage your units and inventory that display on your website. This article will detail how to use Unit Manager as well as go over some best practices.

To get started, log into Insights by visiting app.storagepug.com/login.

Add a Unit

Adding units to your website is easy with Unit Manager. Follow the steps below to get a unit (s) added to your website:

  1. Navigate to and click Unit icon on the Insights dashboard

  2. Choose the location and click Add unit

  3. Select your unit size and click Add unit

    1. Select Custom if you need to add a custom sized unit

  4. In the Unit Information window, you can edit the Location, Label, Unit size, and add Description details

    1. To show unit on the website, click Show on website and click Create Unit

You have now added your unit to the website. Let's take a look at how to edit the unit!

Edit a Unit

Once you have added a unit, you can edit various properties of the unit. Let's have a look at the different properties you can edit.

  1. Select the location and click Edit unit on the unit you wish to edit

  2. In the Unit Information window, you can edit the Location, Label, Unit size, and Description.

    1. You can also edit if you want the unit to display on the website or not

    2. Click Save Updates once you have made any changes

  3. In the Unit types window, you can name the unit type, add amenities, change pricing and adjust inventory.

    1. There are a variety of unit type names available, and you can add your own custom unit type name by simply typing the it in the Name box.

    2. There are a variety of amenities you can assign to a unit type, and you can add your own custom amenities by simply typing them in the Amenities box.

    3. You can adjust both your minimum and compare price. The Min. Price will be the actual price for the unit, and the Compare Price will display on the website with a slash-through.

    4. You can adjust the inventory of the unit type by typing the number in the Inventory box or by using the up and down arrows

Pug Pro Tip: You can have multiple unit types for a particular size of unit. For example, you can have three unit types of 10x10s that have different amenities and pricing (Drive-up Storage, Climate Control Storage, Premium Indoor Storage, etc.). The different unit types will then appear as options on the website.

Delete a Unit

If you need to delete a unit or unit type, you can do so easily using Unit Manager in Insights.

  1. Select the location of the unit you wish to delete and then click More

    1. Select Delete from the drop-down menu

  2. To delete a unit type, select the location of the unit type and click Edit unit

    1. Scroll down to Unit types window and click the Gear next to the unity type you wish to delete

    2. Click Delete to remove the unit type

Update Inventory

When you need to update inventory for one or more units, you can do so easily using Unit Manager in Insights. Let's have a look:

  1. Click Inventory on the Insights dashboard home screen

  2. Select the location which needs inventory adjustments

  3. Find the unit which needs adjustment

    1. When the Add is selected, use the + and - buttons to add or remove inventory and then click Save

    2. When the Set is selected, you can input the desired inventory number in the number box and then click Save

Best Practices (Pug Pro Tips)

Below are a few best practices to get the most out of Unit Manager in Insights. Let's have a look!

  1. Check your inventory in Unit Manager in Insights once a week to make sure that the available inventory closely matches the available inventory you have in your property management software. Ultimately, we don't ever want to be in a situation where your website shows more available inventory than you actually have.

  2. Don't add all your available inventory to the website in order to leave yourself a little inventory buffer. For example, if you have 8 available 10x10s for rent, maybe only add 6 of those to the website. The idea being is to have a couple unit buffer so you can mitigate the possibility of renting a unit on the website that isn't actually available.

  3. Add amenities to your unit types to highlight and showcase the awesome unit features so prospective tenants know exactly what they are getting!

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