New upgrade to Price Matrix report – Price change percentage

23 December 2021 - 12:51, by , in New Price2Spy features, Comments off
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Price Matrix is one of our most important reports, therefore we’re trying our best to continuously upgrade it. Our newest change is the price change percentage. Price change percentage is introduced as a new column (per website) and it shows the difference between previous and current prices.

This new option works in the same way as other options from the drop-down menu do. Once selected it shows Price Matrix with percentages instead of prices. However, if you still want to be able to see both the price and the percentage, all you have to do is check the Show both price and the price difference. In that case,  there are two columns per site – one showing price and the other showing the percentage.

price change percentage

There are a couple of things that we would like to clarify:

  • When this option is used, proper percentages are displayed for each product.
  • URLs that have previous measurements, but don’t have price changes will be marked with 0%.
  • URLs that don’t have previous measurements will have blank fields.

We hope that you’ll find this a helpful addition to the Price Matrix report. In case you have any additional questions about this report, please get in touch by sending an email to support@price2spy.com

 

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