For Amazon sellers who sell both FBA and MF, the Scoutly profit trigger allows you to use one trigger set to check both FBA and MF criteria simultaneously.
Scoutly has 20 triggers under a trigger set. You can use half the triggers to check FBA and the other half to check MF. This will give you ten triggers to target FBA and ten triggers for MF. After you scan a barcode, Scoutly will check these 20 triggers. It will notify you if the profit is higher than a trigger’s target profit. This allows you to check both FBA and MF profit with one scanning.
You can set trigger one and trigger 2 to target the same range of sales rank (or sales count), but trigger 1 uses FBA profit calculation, and trigger 2 uses MF profit calculation. You can then use trigger three and trigger 4 to target another range of sales rank for FBA (trigger 3) and MF (trigger 4). Repeat the steps, and you can have trigger 5 for FBA and trigger 6 for MF and 7 for FBA, and 8 for MF. Some users prefer to set aside triggers 1 to 10 for FBA and trigger 11 to 20 for MF.
Follow the steps to set up your trigger to target FBA and MF.
- If you set trigger 1 to target FBA, then in trigger 2, set up the exact sales count and sales rank range as trigger 1. Step 6 (1), select Profit calculation based on Merchant Fulfilled.
- You can also set up different trigger colors, sounds, and messages in trigger effect (7) to indicate this item is accepted as FBA or Merchant Fulfill.
- Your trigger set will look like the below.
- You can tap the Buy/Reject trigger result to review how this trigger set works.