Re-issue Inventory uses a publishing model. Product definitions act as printing plates to your own personal printing press. You are able to issue as many as you can given your capacity, and for as long as you can sell them.

However, there are two primary intended scenarios to actually re-issue a previous work.

  1. You sell out quickly of your work and want to issue more for the day.

  2. You want to revisit a previous work and re-issue it for your audience.

By and large, a re-issuance will occur for the first scenario. That is, usually when a re-issuance occurs on, it is because inventory sold out quickly and an artist wants to re-issue for someone else who wants to purchase a license.

How to Re-issue Inventory

You have taken the time and published your first product and sold out. Now you find yourself asking if you should make more. The good news is that most if not all the work is already done for you. You have already defined the printing plates (product definitions) and have everything configured. Now it's a process of loading those printing plates (product definitions) into your personal printing press and create new issuance.

There are two ways of re-issuing, simple (quick) and advanced. We explore both below:

Re-issue Inventory: Quick (Simple)

Congratulations on your re-issuance! πŸ₯³πŸŽ‰

Re-issue Inventory: Advanced

  1. You are now in the Create Inventory screen and your printing plate have been loaded into your personal printing press. Review the values to make sure everything looks OK.

Congratulations on your re-issuance! πŸ₯³πŸŽ‰

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