Learn more about the data provided in the product detail page.
You can access the product detail page of any product from your catalog by simply clicking on a product. The product detail page will open up from the right of your screen. This page contains all the details for a product in your catalog split into several sections.
- General information: Find the title, the MSRP, the reference and the specific codes for that product. You can also favorite this product by clicking the heart next to the title.
- Price Index: The price ranking for retailers selling a common product. By clicking on History, you will track price evolution for a specific product in a set of given retailers.
- Reviews: Watch the ratings and reviews for that specific product. Look at the rating evolution history, as well as the average rating on Amazon. Look for the keywords added to that product and the reviews left by consumers.
- Connect: Three methods to add further matches to your catalog.
- Edit: Modify the entered data for any product directly from the Product Detail Page.
- Info: General product information.
Notice: The first days when you start using your account you may notice that some functionalities go a bit slower than expected. Don’t worry, it is only temporary! It is because we are still migrating some of the features of your demo to your official customer account.
Products with stock will always be showing a tick symbol in the stock column, while those out of stock will display a cross instead. Moreover, those products out of stock appear as shaded.
From the Price Index tab, you’ll be seeing the price difference of each of the retailers that have been linked to the product you’re checking. Here in this tab, you can visualize which retailers surpass your MSRP and which ones do not respect it. On the last column, Price diff, you can see the price difference for each retailer. At this point you may also notice that sometimes the same retailers appear repeatedly. That mostly happens when there are several versions (different colours and sizes, for instance) of the same product and all of those are linked and being tracked.
Apart from that, price differences in these column appear using three color codes:
- Yellow: The price of that retailer is similar to your MSRP.
- Green: The price of that retailer is higher than your MSRP.
- Red: The price of that retailer is lower than your MSRP.
You can get to see all the information related to a specific product connection by clicking on the product itself.
This will redirect you to the product information page, from which you can also carry out other actions like disconnecting the product in question, and also seeing how a specific retailer’s price is behaving in comparison with your set price. From this view you can also do the following:
- See price behaviour throughout time in comparison with a specific retailer.
- Disconnect a product from the Options dropdown menu.
- See how a specific product connection has been made.
- Create formulas for specific types of products.
From the History tab you can see the evolution of competitors’ prices according to your MSRP for the period of time of your choice, which you can pick from the period range dropdown menu right above the graph.
- This view allows you to identify which retailer started reducing prices in a given period of time and see how the prices evolved throughout the time. You can also define the time frame through the corresponding menus.
- The line graph view also allows you to identify specific price changes in the distribution channels. However, the gradient table view offers much more detailed information and it is also easier to manage. Another thing you’ll notice as well is that a different sort of line appears (crossed-out circle) in the graph for the time that a retailer has been out-of-stock for a given product.
- From the Reviews tab you can get an overview of the ratings & reviews section specifically for that product. Find the average rating and the distribution of reviews by stars number. Next to it, there’s the evolution of ratings in the last three months, organized by colours. The grey line represents the total number of reviews.
- Here in the Reviews tab, you can also find the specific keywords tagged to that product on Amazon.
- Beneath the keywords there are all the reviews left by your consumers for the product in question, listed from newest to oldest. If you click one of those tags, the opinions containing that keyword will pop up underneath. You will see that the tagged keyword appears in the searching tab. If you want to look for all the reviews again, just delete the text from the searching tab and press ENTER.
- You can filter by keywords and list all the reviews by different parameters and criteria.
- Just like in the Opinions section, you can be directly redirected to the Amazon comment page if you want to reply to a specific review.
From the Connect tab you can get to connect more retailers to a specific product. There are three options available: Search on retailers catalog, Suggestions and Paste an URL.
Search on your rival catalog
You can look for the product in question in Netrivals database. Netrivals updates connected products on a daily basis, however, when it comes to the whole catalog of retailers/competitors (not connected products), the process takes place on a weekly basis, given the dimension of certain product catalogs. So, every time there’s an update in the sellers’ catalog new opportunities for new matches appear.
Also, it is important to keep in mind that every time that you connect a product that was not connected before, the product price updates immediately. That is why, in some situations, you may notice the price changes once the product is connected.
In case there are potential matches between your product and retailers selling it, such suggestions for matches will be displayed in the Suggestions tab. These suggestions come from the Connections functionality available in Netrivals. Through this feature, the platform sees potentially good matches between products based on criteria like similar titles, photos or references. Bear in mind that these suggestions are never based on the EAN code since this type of unequivocal matches are done automatically by the tool.
From this view you can choose whether to Discard or Disconnect suggested product matches.
Paste an URL
You can copy URLs directly from the web of retailers and paste those using this feature. You can also connect products directly from the website of the distribution channels you’re tracking by using Netrivals Chrome Extension. It is totally free and once you’ve installed it can help and ease a lot the management of URLs from the sellers’ sites.
Edit & Info
You can use the information in the tab to review the data that we are receiving from your catalog. If at some point you notice that some piece of information is not ok, you simply need to modify it in the following tab ‘Edit’.