Well thought-out descriptions make the Tracker more-convenient and easier to use. Haphazardly-entered descriptions almost always create problems. Among other things, you'll end up with more than one description for the same thing, for example, 'ladder step 8ft', 'stepladder 8ft' and '8ft stepladder'.
When people track tools in spreadsheets, they often combine an item's category, model name, model number, model year, size, manufacturer, etc. and call it a description, for example, '2012 Ford F150 1/2 ton pickup'. In the Tracker, you're better off with shorter descriptions that include just the words people use when asking for something. If they ask for 10 inch circular saws and 8 foot ladders, size (10 inch and 8 foot) should be in the description. If they don't ask for Makita or Black & Decker drills, manufacturer shouldn't be in the description (put it in the MANUFACTURER field, instead).
If you start your descriptions with the general and end with the specific, for example, 'ladders step 8ft', 'ladders step 12ft' and 'ladders extension 24ft', your items will group into categories and sub-categories when sorted by description.
Descriptions are grouped into types:
Descriptions can be imported.
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