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Using Regions in Limble
Using Regions in Limble

Keep Track of Multiple Locations in Limble by Using the Regions Feature

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Written by Ty Houy
Updated over a week ago


Customers with dozens or even hundreds of locations need a way to manage their locations more efficiently in Limble. Adding your locations to regions allows you to do that.

You need to have at least 3 locations in order to use regions.

This article will teach you how to create regions and nest locations in Limble.

(Note: regions are only available to customers on our Enterprise plan. To upgrade your account or learn more, reach out to our support team.)

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How to Add Regions

From the navigation menu, click on the locations icon. From the new list of options, click "Manage."

Select the “Regions” button. This will only appear if you have at least 3 locations in your Limble account.

Then, select “Add a Region.”

Give the region a name.

Then, hover to the left of the location name until the four way arrow icon appears. Drag and drop the location under the region.

How to Nest Regions and Locations

In some instances, you may want to nest locations and/or regions. Nesting can help organize your locations more efficiently.

To do this, create your region(s) as outlined in the previous section.

In this example, we created two regions: "New York" and "New Jersey." These will be nestled under the "Northeast" region.

Drag and drop the location(s) under each region.

Then, drag and drop those regions under the "top" region.

Once complete, it will look something like this.

The regions will be nestled and organized in the navigation panel the same way. You can expand or condense your options using the caret icon.

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