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Filter options in Repricer
Edited by Ash on 01 August 2017 10:29

This page explains the filters available in repricer screen. 

Price View:

When navigated to "Filter-->Stat Filter++-->Price View", SKUs could be filtered by your active SKUs, inactive SKUs, at floor price or at buybox etc.. 

(1) Number of active SKUs
(2) Number of closed/inactive SKUs
(3) This displays the number ASINs in error, such as removed by Amazon
(4) Currently at floor
(5) Currently above floor
(6) Currently lowest priced SKUs
(7) Currently not lowest
(8) BuyBox count - It represents for how many SKUs you held BuyBox at the time of repricing.
(9) Not in BuyBox count
(10) Rotate count represents those SKUs for which you don't have BuyBox but you are in the 'BuyBox Rotation'.
(11) Deadbeat count represents those SKUs for which your floor (bottom price) plus shipping is atleast 5% higher than that of BuyBox total price. Deadbeat SKUs will be hard for you sell as you would seldom get BuyBox on these SKUs. You may lower your Cost/Min to become more competitive.
(12) Number SKUs for which price went up in last repricer
(13) Number SKUs for which price went down in last repricer
(14) Number of SKUs for which prices did not change compared to previous reprice process
(15) This displays the number ASINs where Amazon is selling
(16) This displays the number ASINs where Amazon is not selling
(17) This displays the number ASINs in where Amazon is holding BuyBox
(18) This displays the number of ASINs in where you are the only seller in Amazon
(19) This column displays the number of ASINs with competitors
(20) This column displays the number of ASINs with FBA competitors
(21) This column displays the number of ASINs without FBA competitors
(22) This column displays the number of ASINs at ceiling/max price.
(23) This column displays the number of ASINs above ceiling price
(24) This column represents the number of ASINs below your MAP
(25) This column represents the number of ASINs above MAP
(26) This column represents the number of ASINs with multiple SKUs in repricer
(27) This column represents the number of ASINs with only one SKU in repricer.



Site-Stats:
Here are the details of 'Site-Stat' tab:
withASIN = ID/ASIN assigned
  1. noASIN = No ID/ASIN assigned
  2. withMax = Number of SKUs assigned Retail/Max
  3. noMax = Number of SKUs not assigned Retail/Max
  4. withMin = Number of SKUs assigned Cost/Min
  5. noMin = Number of SKUs not assigned Cost/Min
  6. withMAP = Number of SKUs assigned MAP
  7. noMAP = Number of SKUs not assigned MAP
  8. withASC = Number of SKUs assigned Actual Shipping Cost
  9. noASC = Number of SKUs NOT assigned Actual Shipping Cost
  10. With Rule = SKUs assigned to non-default R models
  11. Default = SKUs assigned to default repricing models
  12. With Lead = With Shipping Lead time
  13. No Lead = Without Shipping Lead time
  14. WithCAT = With marketplace Amazon product category assigned
  15. NoCAT = Without marketplace Amazon product category assigned
  16. With Con = With marketplace item conditions assigned
  17. NoCon = With No condition
  18. With Rel-ASIN = SKUs with Related ASINs assigned
  19. No Rel-ASIN = SKUs without Related ASINs assigned
  20. Listed by CMAX = List of SKUs created by ChannelMAX
  21. Listing Error = List of SKUs could not be created by ChannelMAX for errors

Filter-->Defined Value Filter--> Counts:

Using 'Filter-->Defined Value Filter--> Counts', you may filter the SKUs as below

SKUs                  Trash                    Zero Qty
BundledSKUs      Master SKUs          FBA
Non-FBA             Merchant Prime     With ASIN
With FBA SKUs    With Images         Without Images
With EAN            Missing Min           With UPC
With Attribute     Without Attribute   With Description

Filter-->Defined Value Filter--> Range:

Using 'Filter-->Defined Value Filter--> Range', you may filter the SKUs by value range, for example to filter the SKUs with max price between $50 and $150 only.

 1) Max
 2) Min
 3) MAP
 4) Act Sh Cost
 5) Qty

Filter-->Defined Value Filter-->Additional: 

Using 'Filter-->Defined Value Filter-->Additional', you may filter the SKUs by

 1) Repricing Model
 2) Marketplaces
 3) With CatalogID
 4) Item Condition
 5) Amazon Category
 6) Folders
 7) Inventory Profile

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