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Exploring Product Brands

Product Brands are the companies are licensed to create and distribute products under their own name, such as Paul Mitchell™ or Redken™. SuperSalon can be configured to recognize these brands via the interface located in the Products submenu of the Manager menu.

The Brands Menu

Located in Manager > Products > Brands, this area of SuperSalon allows users to add, view, and edit all brands they are working with. The breakdown of this interface is as follows:

  • Add Brand: When used, this button will open a blank brand profile for the user to enter information for a new Product Brand.
  • Show Deleted: This button will display all the brands that have been discontinued, and allows users to add them to the “Brands List” again when needed.
  • Brands List: This section of the interface displays all of the currently used Product Brands for the salon.

Video Tutorial: Adding and Editing Product Brands

Adding a New Product Brand

Step One: From anywhere in SuperSalon, enter the Manager menu.

Step Two: In the Manager menu, click or tap on the “Products” submenu, listed alphabetically on the left.

Step Three: Click or tap on the “Product Brand” button located in the upper button array of the submenu.

Step Four: Click or tap on the “Add Brand” button located at the top.

Step Five: In the given text fields, enter the “Code” and “Name” of the brand being entered.

Step Six: Click or tap on the “Save” button.


Editing an Existing Product Brand

Step One: From anywhere in SuperSalon, enter the Manager menu.

Step Two: In the Manager menu, click or tap on the “Products” submenu, listed alphabetically on the left.

Step Three: Click or tap on the “Product Brand” button located in the upper but an array of the submenu.

Step Four: Click or tap on the Product Brand to be edited in the “Brands List” roster.

Step Five: Make any needed changes to the Product Brand.

Step Six: Click or tap on the “Save” button.

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