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    User Guide for Odoo POS Multi Unit Of Measure

    Updated 11 January 2024


    Simplify POS Sales with Flexible Units of Measure in Odoo POS Multi Unit Of Measure!

    Introducing a game-changer in the Point of Sale: Odoo POS Multi Unit Of Measure! If you’re tired of the hassle of selling products in fixed units, this is the solution.

    POS Operators can effortlessly switch between different units during a POS session. Its user-friendly interface helps adjust UOMs effortlessly.

    The prices adjust automatically based on your chosen unit. No more headaches with manual calculations!

    This module simplifies orders and keeps your stock and invoices in tip-top shape. Time to bid farewell to old ways and welcome the future of smooth unit conversion.

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    • Sell products with multiple units in one order.
    • Price updates automatically based on selected units of measure.
    • Change units easily with a balance icon in POS.
    • Order receipt showcases chosen units for each product.
    • Stock tracked by purchased and sold units of measure in Inventory.
    • Invoice of orders maintained with new UOM.

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    1. After purchasing the app from the Webkul store, you’ll receive a link to download the zip file of the module.

    2. Once the download is complete, extract the file on your system. You will find a folder named ‘pos_multi_product_uom’.

    3. Copy and paste this folder into your Odoo Add-Ons path.

    4. Open the Odoo App and go to the Settings menu. Click on ‘Activate the Developer Mode.’

    5. Next, navigate to the Apps menu and click on ‘Update Modules List.’

    6. In the search bar, clear all filters and search for ‘pos_multi_product_uom’.

    7. The module will appear in the search results. Click on ‘Install’ to proceed with the installation.



    1. Under the Sales module, navigate to ‘Unit of Measurement Categories’ under the Configuration.

    Selecting Units of Measure Categories Under Configuration

    2. Also, make sure to switch ON the ‘Units of Measure’ under the Settings module of Sales.

    Units of Measure switched ON from  Settings module under Sales Tab

    3. Here, all the categories can be configured. Click on ‘New’ to create a new category.

    Creating New UOM Categories in Odoo POS Multi Unit Of Measure

    4. Input the category name and add the units of measure under it. For each UoM, add reference type, ratio and precision. Finally, Save the configuration.

    Setting up Multi UOM of Odoo POS Multi Unit Of Measure


    1. Select the Product and click on the small basket icon on the product.

    Balance symbol In Frontend of POS for changing UOM

    2. Select the unit required by the customer and click ‘OK’.

    Selecting Unit of Measure in Frontend of Odoo POS Multi Unit Of Measure

    3. Similarly, operators can select multiple products and their respective units.

    Adding multiple products and Selecting Payment

    4. After Payment, these Units of Measure also reflect on the POS Bill/Receipt.

    Multi UOM Printed on the receipt in Odoo POS Multi Unit Of Measure


    1. Under the Orders section, select orders and click on the latest order.

    Admin redirecting to Orders under the Orders Tab of POS

    2. Here, a table referencing the ‘secondary units of measurement quantity’ along with their original quantity is visible.

    Secondary UOM shown under Products section of the Order


    Hope you find the guide helpful! Please feel free to share your feedback in the comments below.

    If you still have any issues/queries about the same, please raise a ticket at the UV Desk.

    For any doubt, contact us at our support mail.

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    Current Product Version - 1.0.3

    Supported Framework Version - Odoo 17, 16, 15

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