Multi Drag & Drop & Random Collection Sorting
Quick Sorting: Support check multiple products while moving, clicking the top & bottom button, moving to designated locations
Quick Search: Enter Multi-product IDs, separated by commas, to help you quickly locate selected products.
Quick View: One-click simulate the effect of a customer accessing one shop collection page using PC or iMac computer or mobile phone
Sell more by automatically sorting your products
Increase your sales: Sort and categorize your products, tweak Resort to match your customers buying cycles and preferences, and optimize your store to sell more.
Prioritize winning products: Sort products by real revenue or sales. Organize products using tags, promote products manually, push sold out items down and so much more.
Organize products to drive ROI: Properly organized collections sell better and increase your Return On Investment (ROI). Resort helps you drive growth automatically.
Product insights, analytics, recommendations and reports
Focus your efforts and profit: You have a lot of products and a limited amount of time and energy. Maximize your profit by focusing on what works - your best sellers
Get trends via product reports: You should know exactly which products are popular in your shop. Powerful reports and insights let you easily stay on top of product trends
Put more money in your bank: Your popular products should outperform other products and can act as social proof. Promote your bestsellers more to make even more sales
Create & sort collections with AI personalization & analytics
Smart Automated Collections: Create smart automated collections using advanced analytics for conditions & place in navigation, home page or Facebook/Google product feed
AI Collection Sort: Sort collections with AI personalization & advanced analytics. Use multiple parameters and set the influence of each on the products' order
AI Personalized Collection: Create an AI personalized collection (for email marketing) for each customer based on theirs' and similar customers' shopping habits