Creating Repricing Presets with Conditions

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Users who have specific goals in mind may modify the repricing settings to set up conditions. A condition is a specific event that, when met, can have certain repricing actions applied.  This is used to determine the repricer's behavior if the condition is true. Sellers who have specific strategies in how they reprice will find this useful. 

Conditions can be set on the listing level and on the store level as a Repricing Preset. This is done by choosing a default repricing method, then choosing one or more conditions that will activate an action should that specific event pass.

Store Settings

Users can create repricing presets by clicking on Settings, then navigating to Repricing Presets.

How To Use a Condition In a Repricing Strategy

When creating conditions as part of a repricing strategy, it is important to understand how the system prioritizes each condition.

Using the below image as an example, notice that the first condition sits below the default repricing method. The system will attempt to test each condition in descending order until the condition passes. 

If no condition passes, the system will return to the default repricing condition. 

Users who have more than one conditions added can rearrange the order via the arrow buttons.

How to Use No Purchase Conditions as Part of Your Repricing Strategy

The If "No Purchase" Condition is useful when users want to be aggressive when there is no sale.

Setting a Default Repricing Preset

Users have the option to select a default repricing preset by choosing any of the existing repricing presets from the drop-down menu.

Listing Level Repricing Strategies 

Users can also create one-off customer strategies via the Listing Pop-up.

From the Edit Listings Menu, may view and edit each SKU's users can create strategies by following the same logic outlined in the previous example.

Selecting a Preset

Users can apply repricing conditions to their listings in one of three ways: 

  1. Manually 
  2. Bulk Edit
  3. CSV import

Once a preset is created, users can select the Repricing Preset by choosing them from the dropdown menu on each specific listing.

Bulk Edit

Similarly, users can use the Bulk Edit tool to amend the repricing preset for many listings at once. 

Please refer to this article for more information on Bulk Edit.

CSV Import

Repricing Presets can also be added by CSV. 

In order to complete this process, the CSV requires two columns: 

  1. SKU 
  2. reprice_config_preset

Users will need to ensure they have correctly input the name of each repricing preset.

Please refer to this article for more information on CSV Imports.

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