Locations allows you to group expiration items together. It provides you with a different way of viewing into current and expired items without having just a list of them.

Although the default name of this grouping is locations, you can use this to group your items for anything. For example, if you’re tracking expiration items related to manufacturers like insurances, you can use locations to add the manufacturer being tracked and group the items this way. If you’re tracking permits for condos for examples, you can add the condos as locations and group the items this way.

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