Recently ManageByStats completed an update to the permissions component of their Dashboards tool. Dashboards in ManageByStats are customizable, real-time information displays that can be configured to show things like sales, profit, ROI and other metrics in an at-a-glance format for single products, groupings of products, brands and entire shops. Now those Dashboards can be shared with or hidden from specific users.
“Many of our business owners employ users to help with specific tasks,” says CEO of ManageByStats, Philip Jepsen. “We have very granular permissions options in our Users sections, but we also wanted to add an easy way to either allow or deny access to view these important, up-to-the-minute sales and profit figures. Some owners would prefer not to have this show, and now we’ve made it simple to select and allow access for specific users to particular Dashboards.”
Sales information can be something which owners do not want broadly displayed. In Dashboards ManageByStats displays current sales info, or info over time (specified intervals), and calculates profit and ROI based on cost info for each product. ManageByStats is a suite of tools for Amazon sellers designed to help manage customers, inventory and sales. As part of that it shows statistical info, graphs, and real-time info on the customized Dashboards. Permissions can be set for any tool or function.
“This new feature just makes it easier,” says Mr. Jepsen. “With a click on any Dashboard tab you can make a selection to Share that Dashboard, and then easily select or deselect the desired users for View and Edit privileges.”
The new Share option for Dashboards is now available in ManageByStats. Users of ManageByStats can find the new option by clicking the settings bar on the tab of any Dashboard. For more details, or for info on the program itself, please visit the company's website. If interested parties have further questions, ManageByStats may be contacted directly by email.
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ManageByStats.com is a software platform built by Amazon Sellers, for Amazon Sellers, to provide functions not provided well by Amazon or other services, including product sales performance graphs displayed by Brand, Product Line and individual Products.
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