“Once signed up, SAS immediately sends an email confirmation. Within this email, click the link to activate your account. Then you will be asked to create a username and password. Note that SAS tools cannot be used before account activation occurs. Once activated, ensure you load and use all 3 tools:
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I have logged in to SAS for the first time. What should I do firstname.lastname@example.orgT10:21:11+00:00
Definitely visit your Settings (cog). Here you can set up your VAT Settings, Buying Criteria and Additional Costs. Without these setup, SAS can still conduct analysis, but won’t return indications based on the results you seek. Within Settings you can also setup Default Values, Tags and Panel settings (off/on, rearrange).
Download the applicable app at selleramp.com/ios or selleramp.com/android and log in using credentials created when you activated your account. Use these tools to help you understand the process and how to use the mobile app.
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-Visit our Get Sourcing tool for more information.
The Max Cost (Maximum Cost) is the maximum you should pay for a product to meet your profit and ROI requirements, as setup in your SAS Settings. SAS will help identify the products that do (green) or do not (red) meet the requirements.
SAS performs analysis on a product and reports results based on the parameters you set up in your Settings. Within settings, tell SAS what BSR, profit and ROI you seek. You will then get a green indication if the product meets your requirement or a red indication if it does not. Blue will occur when SAS does not have complete information, for example you have not entered a Cost Price.
I don’t understand what the red colour in the profit and max cost email@example.comT10:28:07+00:00
Within your Settings you can set the high and low parameters for Minimum and Maximum BSR (Best Sellers Rank), the Minimum profit amount you seek, and the Minimum ROI (return on investment) as a percentage versus your cost. SAS will use these to help give quick indications if a profit meets these criteria through green (yes) and red (no) shading. How you set these is up to you though. Each seller has their own objectives. You may have different requirements per
How do I use the calculator if the listing is small and firstname.lastname@example.orgT10:28:14+00:00
When a products weight and dimensions qualify it fir small and light then there is a Small & Light toggle button in the Profit Calculator. When toggled on, the Profit Calculator will use the appropriate Small & Light fee. Note: you need to ensure that the product meets the other requirements of the Small & Light program.
Within your SAS Settings you have the ability to setup your VAT status. This will then be factored into calculations when performing analysis. Note that you can manually adjust a product when you analyze, by adjusting the VAT Settings panel. This is helpful when VAT on a specific product or category will vary.
This means a SAS account was previously established with the email address you are using. If you are certain you have not previously created an account, please contact Customer Support (email@example.com).
I signed up for SAS, but when I try to log in it says “Email is not a valid email address.”firstname.lastname@example.orgT10:30:36+00:00
Your SAS account simply needs to be activated. After signup you should have received an email inviting you to activate your SAS account. If you don’t see the email, please check your spam. If you still cannot find the email please contact Customer Support (email@example.com), letting us know the email address you used to create your account.
When I’m trying to open the app all I’m getting is a message on the screen saying “SellerAmp SAS” Beta Has Expiredtoby@gimmemedia.co.uk2021-03-29T10:30:42+00:00
While we are in Beta testing Apple Test Flight App is required to run the SAS iOS app. This message simply means that you need to update to the latest version of the app. Just go to TestFlight or selleramp.com/ios and follow the instructions.
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