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Column Selection Feature Added To All ManageByStats Tools

Today ManageByStats announced they’ve added a Column selection option to each of their tools. The Column selection option was previously only available in certain tools, but has now been added to others. The selection option allows users to select which columns will be displayed, thus giving them the ability to view only those data fields they wish to see. In the case of areas where many data fields are available this makes it easier to maximize screen real estate and reduce clutter.

“We decided to make this feature available in more places,” says ManageByStats CEO, Philip Jepsen. “For many of our tools there are multiple columns of information available, and with the recent upgrades to our interface it seemed like a good time to give our users this option.”

ManageByStats offers multiple software tools for Amazon sellers in a single suite. Many of the tools have numerous detailed fields of data, such as for Customers and Transactions, and the Columns selector allows the display of only the desired data. ManageByStats features tools for sales analytics, inventory management, customers, reviews and feedback, keywords, automated customer emails, email campaigns, finding products, management of Amazon sponsored ads and more.

“Our suite of tools has expanded over the last year,” says Mister Jepsen. “With our new interface being released, adding this selection option has been a nice, additional feature for our users.”

The Column selection option is now available widely throughout ManageByStats. For more info, please visit the company’s website or contact the company directly. If interested parties have further questions, ManageByStats may be contacted directly by email.

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For more information about ManageByStats, contact the company here:

ManageByStats
Philip Jepsen, CEO
7274752995
philip@managebystats.com
411 Cleveland Street, Suite 110 Clearwater FL 33755

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