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Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Improvements to Search Results

We've made some improvements to search results to make it easier to find the games and prices you're looking for.

  • Punctuation is ignored.
    Examples:
    "Final Fantasy Collectors Edition" and "Final Fantasy Collector's Edition" both work
    "X-men" "X men" and "Xmen" all work

  • "the", "and", "but", "for"..... are ignored
    Example:
    "The Legend of Zelda" and "Legend Zelda" work
    "Dungeons and Dragons" and "Dungeons & Dragons" work

  • Spacing on many popular searches is fixed.
    Example:
    "Mega man" and "Megaman" work
    "Starfox" and "Star fox" work

  • Searching by nicknames works on common nicknames.
    Example:
    "GTA", "MGS", "CoD", "DDR" all work

We will be monitoring search results more closely and improving it on a weekly basis.

We also added the capability to store multiple UPC's for a game in our database. This will reduce the number of barcode scanning errors that bring up no results. We will continually add new UPC's as we find them.

Friday, December 9, 2016

Sort Sold Listings Anyway You Want - Price, Title, Date, Ascending or Descending

You can now sort the list of sold games in any order you want.

See the most expensive first. Or The least expensive first. Or even alphabetical order by title.

Visit the sold listings section of any page (Super Mario 3 for example)
Then click the header for the column you want to sort by.
Click it again to reverse the order.

Thank you to Tom, a loyal user, for suggesting this feature.

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