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Exclude inventory alerts for a list of categories

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  • Dec 12 2017
  • Uncommitted Candidate
How will this idea be used?

When an item is in the sale categories, don't alert about an inventory drop since this category is where items go to sell down when no more are available.
This list of "ignore inventory" categories will be brand specific so would be good if the interface let you select which categories to ignore.

Additional info: This actually should be broader than inventory as a spike in sales could also be due to the fact that it's now in a sale or clearance category with promotion or markdown.

This is really about identifying categories in which product anomalies should be ignored.

Net: create a view for merchandisers to manage lists of categories which should be ignored for all Insights users.

What is your industry? Retail
What is the idea priority? Urgent
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