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grooves1200 February 12th, 2011 08:04 AM

Comparison Sets
 
Joined Datafeedr for the comparison set tool, which is really cool. Don't know how feasible any of these things are, but they would make life a little easier when dealing with a large # of sets.

1) List all sets for a category in alpha order to make it easier to see which sets have already been created as you work through your product list

2) Indicate in product list if a product has already been added to a comparison set (maybe highlight with a certain color). I know you can click on the product and see if it's in a set already, but highlighting it in list view would save these extra clicks.

The following might be a little pie in the sky but I figured I would mention them.

3) When a merchant adds a product that already has a comparison set, it'd be great to either be notified that a new version has been added to a feed or have it automatically added to the set.

4) #3 makes me wonder if datafeedr has a mechanism that lets you know when new products are added to a feed in general. That would be nice for people to know what's the latest product to promote with a blog post or the like.

Thanks!

grooves1200 February 12th, 2011 01:20 PM

OK, I do see in docs that new products do get added to a particular search subscription, but it'd still be nice if there's some notification of new products. is that possible?

Eric February 12th, 2011 03:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by grooves1200 (Post 17917)
OK, I do see in docs that new products do get added to a particular search subscription, but it'd still be nice if there's some notification of new products. is that possible?

This is not currently possible.

grooves1200 February 13th, 2011 02:47 PM

how about listing all the comparison sets in alpha order? that might be the biggest help right now.


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