How to reject a match

Navigate to the product which you would like to remove a match for. Select the trash can button to the right of the match in question  Once the match has been rejected, it will be reflected in the delivery file and UI within 24 hours. The change will exist in the ‘Audit History’ tab in … Continue reading How to reject a match

How to request a match

Navigate to the product which you would like a new match for. Select ‘Request Match’ in the top right corner of the page. Input the following: Competitor Site Product URL of the new match Product Unique ID (often found in competitor URL) Match Type (Exact or Like) Once you have submitted the request, it will … Continue reading How to request a match

How to use filters in Opti Mix

To get the most value out of the Opti Mix data, it is important to utilize the built-in filters: Collection date Site name  Category  These filters are available within each tab, but there are several adjacent filters you may see like: Manufacturer SKU UPC Availability These filters are instrumental for each user to target the … Continue reading How to use filters in Opti Mix

Opti Mix User Guide

Our newest module is Opti Mix. This platform provides you with a digital shelf to assess the catalog gap, i.e., what you are offering that a competitor, or seller, doesn’t have. On the flip side, it can help you determine where your catalog needs assessment… In addition, you’ll gain insight into pricing tiers and SKU … Continue reading Opti Mix User Guide

Searching for your products

At the top of every page is a Keyword search bar and Category Filter. Applying a Category Filter or running a keyword search will take you to the results in the Product Finder. 1. Category Filter The Category Filter uses the category paths of your products. You can select any node of the category path … Continue reading Searching for your products

Auditing your match requests

Visit the Audit History section of Opti Price to see a record of all match addition and removal requests. You can filter these records by request type, status, reporter, or by competitor site. Requests are reviewed within 48 hours and any updates will be reflected in the following refresh of your data which varies on … Continue reading Auditing your match requests

Vacation – Job Setup

The majority of the time you spend with Data Scout is executing job searches and creating reports. However, you must first create jobs. After creating jobs, they can be saved, edited, and re-used. The Jobs tab houses your library of jobs in a table. The table gives you insight into the number of inputs the … Continue reading Vacation – Job Setup