When an item is scanned, the program will start by using the trigger from the top of the list, shown in Figure 13 on Creating New Trigger in Advanced Trigger.
When an item is scanned, the program will select an offer price, based on whether to ignore FBA Offers, to target non-Prime members, and which offer price to use. Once it selects the offer price, it will also collect the items sales rank.
The program will start by comparing the trigger’s selected offer price and the item’s sales rank against the content set within the top trigger, shown in Figure 13 on Creating New Trigger in Advanced Trigger. It will check if the offer price is greater than or equal to the Minimum Offer Price. It will also check the sales rank if it is less than or equal to the Max Sales Rank.
If the comparison is successful, the program will use this trigger’s ‘Buy’ message, color, and sound to indicate that the item is a buy based on this trigger.
If the check is not successful, the program will move down to the next trigger in the list, and run the same check. The program will repeat this process until a trigger gives a buy signal, or until it goes through all the triggers on the list. The program will return with a ‘Reject’ when no triggers in the list give a ‘buy’ indication.