Customizable labels are here!

8 June 2016 - 7:54, by , in New Price2Spy features, No comments
Reading Time: < 1 minute

From now on you can cusotmize you labels in your Price2Spy account – which means they can be named according to your preference. To check out this new option, please click on your profile name >> Account Settings >> Custom labels.

Here you can change names of additional fields (which has been available for a while now), but you can also change names of our standard fields:

  • SKU
  • Internal ID
  • Category
  • Brand
  • Supplier
  • Targeted price
  • Purchase price

For the sake of illustration, you can rename SKU to Stock keeping unit and click Save to save the settings.

stock keeping u

This setting will be reflected in your entire account, starting from products:

product information

The change will also be reflected in:

  • Top menu (metadata)
  • Filters (products)
  • Filters (reports)
  • Product list Export
  • Product page (+ Export)
  • URL page
  • Extended URL Preview (+ Export)
  • Reports
  • Report Exports
  • Automated Reports
  • Alert Emails
  • Categories page
  • Brands page
  • Suppliers page
  • Settings
  • Widget settings

This is a small option introduced to make your working with Price2Spy even more personalized. If you’re happy with the names as they are, however, no need to change a thing. 🙂

 

About Price2Spy

 

Price2Spy is an online service that 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 get a personalized free demo or start your 30-day free trial.

About author:

Leave a Reply

About Price2Spy Blog

This blog is a place for eCommerce professionals to discuss ideas, methodologies and strategies to compete more effectively in the ever more tightening world of online retail. We explore things like competitive price monitoring, competitor business intelligence, competitive pricing, and counter-intelligence in general.

Archives

Categories