MYStuff

MYStuff 2.0

MYStuff will help you inventory your home, business, or your collections, track warranties, and organize files associated with these records.

MYStuff will help you inventory your home, business, or your collections, track warranties, and organize files associated with these records. Whether you're inventorying your whole home or just want to manage your wine cellar, MYStuff helps you Mind Your Stuff.
MYStuff makes it easy to file and find information about things you own. You simply make a new record, and enter important information about the item. Then you can add an unlimited number of files to the record: a scan of the receipt, photos of the item, a PDF of the manual, and anything else you would like to add. To make this process easier, MYStuff's MYInbox feature allows users to quickly add files to MYStuff from other applications such as scanners, and CSV import allows you to import data you may have entered in other programs.
In addition to these features, MYStuff allows you to easily back up your data, print lists for insurance claims, and view your records as lists or as images.
In addition to these new features, MYStuff has always allowed you to easily back up your data, print lists for insurance claims, and view your records as lists or as images. MYStuff also imports CSV data from other popular applications.
MYStuff also keeps track of manufacturer's warranties and extended warranties. Every year, people throw away countless products that are still covered by a warranty. Most often, they are unaware that the product is still under warranty because they cannot find the receipt and warranty information from the time of purchase, which may have been a year ago or maybe ten years ago. As a result, they replace an item that could have been repaired for free, thus costing them money. Keeping important paperwork organized is a tremendous amount of work, which explains why so few people do it. MYStuff helps users file and find their information quickly and easily, saving them both time and money.

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