How to Add Vendors

How to Add Vendors in Limble

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Written by Rachel Link
Updated over a week ago


Adding vendors in Limble is important to reference and compare rates for both labor and parts. Cataloging vendors within your Limble system allows you to share tasks and order parts from vendors in your network. You can even default specific tasks and purchase requests/purchase orders to route to preferred vendors.

In this article, you’ll learn how to add vendors on the desktop and via the mobile app.

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How to Add Vendors from the Manage Vendors Page

To add a vendor, go to Locations > Select Your Location > Vendors.

From there, you will see the existing vendors associated with that location. To add a new vendor, click the “Add a Vendor” button.’’

From the new pop-up, enter your desired vendor name.

Next, you’ll need to choose the vendor type you want to create. If you already have a vendor you’d like to use to create another one, you can select “Copy from an Existing Vendor.” Otherwise, make sure “A Blank Vendor” is selected. Then, click “Add.”

Make sure to add the vendor’s name and contact information. This is important so everyone on your team can easily get in touch with your vendors and ensure tasks and purchase orders can be shared appropriately.

When you’ve added all of the information, click outside of the vendor viewer to exit.

How to Add Vendors on the Mobile App

Adding new vendors is just as simple to accomplish from the mobile app! From your mobile dashboard, select “Vendor” under the search header.

From there, you will see your existing vendor list. Find and select the “+ Create Vendor” button in the bottom left-hand corner.

You will be prompted to add the vendor’s name and contact information. Once you have included all the necessary information, click the “Add” button.

A new pop-up will appear with the vendor information. If you have no other edits, click “X” to exit the vendor card.

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