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UC Davis Move-in Checklist
Easily customize the recommended by UC Davis Housing. Scroll down to the bottom of the packing list to view items you should leave at home. Step 1: Make a copy of this doc, then reset to remove sample statuses To be able to customize and use the packing list, you’ll need to make a personal copy: Once you’ve done that, you’ll want to remove statuses before you start checking things off. After you’ve had a chance to take a quick peek at the (to see how it works), click this button: Step 2: Customize the packing list the way you want Customize the by adding new items, choosing a category, and any other related notes. To add and remove items from the packing list: Click the Add new item button or the plus sign (’ + ’) to add any item to an existing Category . Click ‘X ’ to remove items you won’t need. Click the Details button (’ i ’) to add additional notes or update the status or category of any item. Not sure how to customize the list? Check the FAQs below for more ideas from other lists. Step 3: Review everything in the packing list to find out what you still need Head to the page to review each item and mark their Status in one of three ways: Not sure? Just leave it ‘ blank’ . At least you’ll know that you’ve reviewed the item already. Again, if you don’t need the item, just click the ‘ X ’ to remove it from the packing list. Once an items is packed, mark it as Packed . To view all the items that still need to be packed, check the Click to view only unpacked items box. Step 4: Review the Shopping list for items you’ll need to buy Anything you marked as ‘ Buy it ’ on the Packing list page will appear in the page Go to the page to add Stores and URLs of items you found online you’re interested in Pro-Tip: If using Chrome, and use the (a.k.a. Coda Bookmarker) to automatically clip URLs to the ‘Shopping list’ table while you are browsing. Check things off as Bought it once you’ve ordered or picked up items. Items will be highlighted in the Packing list in green to let you know it’s ready to be packed. Click the Details button (’ i ’) to add additional notes, add order numbers, expected delivery or pickup dates, or any other shopping notes. If sharing this doc to , then invite them via email by share this doc with them by clicking the dropdown list in the Name column, then selecting People not in doc , and scroll down and select Invite person . You’ll share the doc with them with ‘Can edit’ permissions. Pro-Tip: Once you’ve shared it with other, you can leave comments/notes in the Details section of each item for each other. Just hit the details (’ i ’) button to find the ‘Comments’ section. Step 5: Add contact info for items you’ll borrow or share with others Go to the and add the names of people you can borrow or get second-hand items from, or roommates you can share purchases with. Check Got it once you’ve picked up the items or your roommate has confirmed they’ll bring an item. Items will be highlighted in the Packing list in green to let you know it’s ready to be packed. What if I don’t see my favorite stores in the Shopping List? Scroll down to the bottom of the page to update the list and the main website address Pro-tip: If you highlight the store, it’ll appear highlighted in that color in the Shopping List How can I view the checklists from my phone? Send the URL/link to your doc to your phone browser via email, iMessages, or AirDrop. From your phone, you can check off items from your packing list, shopping list, or borrow list by swiping any item to the right and tapping the checkmark (✔️). You can either do this from your desktop browser menu by selecting File > Share , or click the ‘Share’ link at the top right, then click Copy doc link to email it to yourself. How can I get to the checklist more quickly from my phone? To add this doc as an ‘app’ on your phone, you can either download the Coda app, or convert the webpage into a tap-able shortcut on one of your home screens: Why are some items in the list colored? All sustainable products are marked in green . All items that have already been purchased or picked up and ready to be packed are highlighted in green Where can I find examples of other move-in lists? Here are a few you can get ideas Where else can I find more packing lists? Most school websites have packing lists. Search for ‘dorm move-in’ or ‘move-in day fall’ to bring them up. Then, just customize this list accordingly. Other great resources for ideas on what to bring: If you’re looking for a more basic checklist, check out the . For the generic version of this list to share with others, see the
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