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Stock adjustments are a good way to keep track of small changes made to your stock levels. Why might you need to do a stock adjustment? * You have found a faulty product in your warehouse * You have given away products on Facebook or for PR * You have leftover stock from a promotion * You have sent stock to Amazon's fulfilment center [block:api-header] { "type": "basic", "title": "How to run a stock adjustment" } [/block] Go to **Inventory** then **Stock Adjustments** then **+ Stock Adjustment** Then select the products you want to adjust using the search field, set the amount you want to adjust by. Positive values increase your stock levels and negative decreases. Then click **Perform Adjustment**. You can also record the reason for the adjustment and the employee it was made by.