Storage represent physical storage locations where inventory can be stored at.
As Storage has a tree-like structure, storage locations can be imported through a
.TXT file as explained here.
In Storage you can check all the inventory you keep at any given storage location. By default, the table lists both available as well as reserved inventory (see types of inventory) but filters can be applied as with any other table in the app.
You can move either storage locations (and all the inventory stored in it) or individual inventory items in between storage locations.
For example, if you have a storage location at
Shelf - Room A - Box 1, you can move the whole
Box 1 into
Shelf - Room B - Box 1. Or you could move just a few inventory items in
Box 1, possibly belonging to different parts, into another storage location.
A storage location can have an owner and all inventory stored in it is assumed to belong to that owner. An owner is a Contact.
This is mostly important during production as you can tell the app if a Product, in case it also has an owner (which might as well represent a customer in this case), can use inventory only from that owner or not. You can read more about it here.