Sorting on Single Product page enabled
1 August 2017 - 11:28, by , in Price2Spy announcements, No comments

We’ve introduced a new feature that enables you specific sorting on various fields on Single Product page.

From now on, multiple fields on Single Product page can be sorted according to various criteria (ascending and descending order):

  • Site name
  • Product price
  • Availability
  • Date last checked
  • Date last change
  • Number of failures

To change the sorting of the URLs, please click on the desired field name mentioned above.

For example; in our test account we sorted the URLs starting from the one with the lowest price:

sorting-single product page

Please also bear in mind that, this specific sorting affects only ACTIVE URLs, inactive ones always displays at the bottom of the list (as shown in the image above).

One more thing to add, the default sorting is by Price (lowest price shown first), unless you change this in  Account Settings => Sort URLs within product => By Site Priority => Save

site priority

How do you like our new feature? Please let us know, feedback is always welcome!

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Price2Spy is an online service which provides comprehensive and suitable solutions for eCommerce professionals including; retailers, brands/manufacturers and distributors in order to stay profitable in the current competitive market conditions. If you want to learn more about what Price2Spy can do for your business, please request a demo or sign up for 30-day free trial.

About author:
Cahide Gunes is a Digital Marketing Specialist at Price2Spy, an online price monitoring and comparison tool used by eCommerce professionals from all over the world. She loves reading, writing and speaking about e-commerce, pricing and competitive strategies.

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