Web Suggestion

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jerrythesurfer
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Web Suggestion

Post by jerrythesurfer » Fri Apr 06, 2018 8:21 pm

CKTG,

It would be useful if on your website you added a checkbox to hide "Out Of Stock" knives. It would also help if a customer could sort the knives by price (ascending or descending), knife maker, and reviews. This would certainly save me time as I have no interest in Out of Stock knives and I also have a specific budget. I suspect many other customers would use these features too.

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JerrytheSurfer

old onion
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Re: Web Suggestion

Post by old onion » Sat May 05, 2018 8:18 am

Obviously,two different thoughts here.I myself find OOS items interesting.Besides showing me what I have been missing,there still remains a description of the product and history that gets filed away into my data memory banks for further future use just in case that item comes back into play.

Cutuu
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Re: Web Suggestion

Post by Cutuu » Sat May 05, 2018 9:42 am

jerrythesurfer wrote:
Fri Apr 06, 2018 8:21 pm
CKTG,

It would be useful if on your website you added a checkbox to hide "Out Of Stock" knives. It would also help if a customer could sort the knives by price (ascending or descending), knife maker, and reviews. This would certainly save me time as I have no interest in Out of Stock knives and I also have a specific budget. I suspect many other customers would use these features too.

Thanks

JerrytheSurfer
I agree that some customers would find those features very useful. Maybe, for me personally I don't care. But I do think others would enjoy the feature.

BTW Jerry, have you taken the plunge yet on a jk?

gladius
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Re: Web Suggestion

Post by gladius » Sat May 05, 2018 9:45 am

A product filter would be most welcomed and useful for everyone.

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Jeff B
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Re: Web Suggestion

Post by Jeff B » Sat May 05, 2018 11:03 pm

All of these and many other filters have been mentioned before. Don't think Mark has too many options on his platform when it comes to "filters" which is why he tries to seperate things through different categories to aid in searching.
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