SiteLucent Release Notes

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September 2021

Release 2.9.12

  • Optimise widget editor performance (Use new table-fields API endpoint)
  • New PDP product detail comparison tab in product details modal
  • Internal: New PDP product detail comparison tab in product details modal

Release 2.9.11

  • New feature: re-name performance overview widget columns

August 2021

Release 2.9.10

  • Add an option to select everything for a single filter.

Release 2.9.7

  • Search keywords & categories visible per retailer in the trend-charts
  • Always the latest system message will be shown first
  • Adjust the minimum requirement from 6 to 2 characters for account names

Release 2.9.5

  • New feature: Product details trend chart date range filter
  • Add sticky-headers feature for all table types
  • Performance improvement widgets overview
  • Define alert via widget is slow
  • Date range selection: disable by date retention

July 2021

Create your own performance overview

It is now possible to create and edit a performance overview widget

create performance overview

Make changes to the default:

  • Column groups --> topics
  • Icons with Dashboard click-through
  • Columns --> Metrics or KPIs
  • Conditional colouring/thresholds

Alerts on product-level

You could already set up alerts at the KPI level. It is now also possible to set up alerts on product level. You then receive an alert when the specified condition for at least one individual product is met.

product alert

Use this alert type when you want to be notified when an individual product (or products) hit a certain threshold.

For instance:

  • Show products for which the price dropped more than 10%
  • Show products that are out of stock for more than one day.
  • Show products that dropped out of the top-10 search results on a retailer site for a specified keyword.

alert stockout amazon

You will receive an in-app notification (and email), including an attachment containing the list of individual products it concerns.

Language-, Country- and Currency-Specific Attributes

You could already fill out Attributes in Column Z - AS in a product list.

What are attributes for?

  • Add attributes such as colour, weight, size and main keywords to identify gaps and inconsistencies in product content.
  • Add the attribute 'RSP' (Recommended Retail Price) to measure price deviations.

What's new?

You can additionally add language-, country- and currency-specific values ​​as attributes to a product list. For instance, in the case of the RSP:

  1. Language-country combination: RSP [ISO language 2-letter code]. e.g. RSP [nl_NL]
  2. Country: RSP [ISO country code]. e.g. RSP [GB]
  3. Currency: RSP [ISO currency code]. e.g. RSP [SEK]

In Belgium, both the Dutch and French languages are spoken. In that case, you can add a column with the title: RSP [nl_BE] and a column with the title: RSP [fr_BE] if the values differ per language.

Our tool determines which value is applicable at which time, based on the retailer and associated country, currency and language. The order applies as above. 'Fallback' is the default (without addition -> RSP itself).

If more than one may apply, the range is displayed; e.g. if multiple country-specific RSPs are specified for 1 product (and in combination with currency and languages), and the retailers are displayed NEXT to each other. that only applies in the "Pricing overview" widget. In all different situations, only one applies.

Image type recognition

A trained model can now classify the following image types on a product detail page:

  • Product Image
  • Lifestyle or usage image
  • Logo

How? By detecting only a device on a picture (product image), people, or a living room or kitchen in the background (lifestyle/usage image). We then label the image and classify the image type.

For instance, if you are a brand manufacturer of air fryers, you can measure with a rule in the DCC score whether a product page shows the desired number of 2 product images (showing front and side view of the device) and 1 usage image (happy people, frying their favourite snacks with the air fryer).

The image type recognition model is an additional module. Please note that the module is still being trained, and the possibilities are continuously expanded.

Are you interested in (learning more about) our image type recognition features? Let us know!

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Track Google Shopping listings

You can now track Google Shopping Offers in the Netherlands.

What you can monitor on Google Shopping NL:

  • Seller (buy box winner) & possible other offers
  • Article price
  • Total price (including sending costs)
  • Availability

Get in touch with sales if you have questions about or are interested in monitoring Google Shopping offers.

XLSX download option

In addition to the already existing option to download data in CSV, there is also the option to download data in an XSLX file.

June 2021

UX improvements

  • Widgets are now searchable by their ID
  • Improved filtering mechanism with multiple saved filters
  • Improved filtering mechanism with multiple saved filters
  • Product list UX optimisations
  • Reset password UX optimisations

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