Lists

Lists can be either ordered or unordered. Ordered lists (numbered points 1, 2, 3…) are used if the list provides instructions to follow. All other lists should be unordered. No matter the type of list you are writing, it should include a lead in sentence to provide context.

  • Click the "assign pallets" link.
  • Choose a work order.
  • Review pallets to be assigned.
  • Click the "assign" button

To assign pallets through item locator:

  • To assign pallets through item locator:
  • Choose a work order.
  • Review pallets to be assigned.
  • Click the "assign" button

If a list item is a full sentence, then it should include proper punctuation. List items that are sentence fragments should not include punctuation.

Attachment information includes:

  • File name;
  • Upload date;
  • Description.

Attachment information includes:

  • File name
  • Upload date
  • Description

When three or more items are listed in a sentence we use the Oxford comma, which means that we include a comma before the “and” (e.g. This content guide includes sections on voice, tone, and grammar).

This content guide includes section on voice, tone and grammar.
This content guide includes sections on voice, tone, and grammar.

Lists can vary in format, but all items within the same list should match format. For example, all sentence fragments, all beginning with a verb, all the same length.

Use Nulogy's Operational Solution to report on:

  • Inventory adjustments made by individual staff members.
  • Item reservation
  • Review labor on a job.

Use Nulogy's Operational Solution to report on:

  • Inventory adjustments
  • Item reservations
  • Labor