Guide to Price Changes Filters

Within the Price & Status section of the filter panel, you will find a few different filter options related to changes in price tracked over time for the products in your workbook. To access these filters, click the arrow in the “Price” section and select “Price Changes.”

From here, you have the option to select Not Discounted, Price Increased (vs. Previous Price), and Price Increased (vs. First Price).

Not discounted: These are products that have never seen a single SKU drop below Full price. You can view the SKU pricing history by scrolling down to the bottom of an individual product card.

Price increased (vs. Previous Price): These are products where the most recently tracked Current price is higher than the last seen Current price before it. In this case, the Full price will adjust to the new higher price. This may include products that have seen a true increase from the initial launch price, or products that return to a higher price following a temporary discounting period. 

For example, the product below has a Current price of $139.00.

According to the Pricing History on the Product Card, the most recent selling price tracked just before this was $83.40.

Price increased (vs. First Price): These are products where the Current price is higher than the First price tracked by EDITED. 

For example, the below product was first tracked with a selling price of $47.59. Whereas, the most recently tracked (aka Current) price is now $48.99.

Please note: if a product was launched on clearance or was seen by EDITED for the first time at a discounted price, any return to a higher price will be counted within this filter.