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How To Create a Product Segment

  1. Click on "Create product segment".

  2. Select the seller account.

  3. Add a name to the segment.

  4. Define the segment to select products matching only certain conditions.

Please Note: By default, all your products are included in a new segment.

  • AND condition (Add group): Will include all those products that strictly comply with all the established conditions. For example,

A) Title is not empty

B) Current Inventory is not empty.

It will show the products with inventory that also have a title.

  • OR condition (Add rule) will show the products that comply with one condition OR the other. The same example as before,

A) Title is not empty

B) Current Inventory is not empty.

it will show the products with a title, and the products with inventory (more than 0), even if their title is empty.

Filters description:

Product Segments-Filters Description

Please Note: You will be able to see the average number of customers the segment will pull below the "filters help" button.

5. Click on "Edit Product Segment" to save the segment.

6. To see the products in the segment, click on the product segment name.

Segments Menu

Here you'll find the product segments you've created with the following columns:

Seller account


# of products: Number of products in the segment

Each segment has its own menu. Click on the three dots next to the segment name to:

Product Segments-Segments Menu
  • Edit the segment. Add, remove, or change the filters.

  • Delete the segment.

  • See the Sales Overview graph for the products in the segment.

  • See the list of products.

Product Segments SOP - Sales Breakdown & Graph

When you click on the segment name you'll be able to see the products that you assigned to this segment as well as the following columns:

Seller account


Product details


Parent ASIN: The parent listing (Parent ASIN) is a non-buyable entity used to relate child products

COGS: Cost of goods sold (COGS): Direct costs of producing the goods sold


Sales history: Total number of sales for the last two weeks

Units: Number of units sols (all time)

Average sales (seven, fourteen, and thirty last days)

Sales: Product sales (all time)

Inventory Value: The number of available inventory multiplied by unit cost

Daily velocity: An average number of units sold per day based on history and trends



Sessions: Number of visits to your product listing page (SCI bot)

Revenue share: Shares of sales compared to total sales

BSR: Product's Best Sellers Rank in a specific category

BSR History: Product's Best Sellers Rank

Reviews: Total number of reviews

Number of new reviews

Price: Product price/Minimum to a maximum price of all children for this parent ASIN

Inventory: Amazon available inventory level

Days of stock: estimated number of days until you run out of stock

Date created

Share Access to other users.

•Enter an email or name.

•Choose the permissions this user(s) will have: Read, Edit, and/or Delete.

•Add an expiration date.

•Click on "Share access".

Manage Permissions will show:

•The list of users who have access to that segment

•The actions they can perform (read, edit and/or delete)

•The expiration date

•"Revoke Access" button, if you click it, the change will be immediately reflected in the user's interface.


The Product Segments module can be shared with other users. To manage the permissions:

  1. Click on the 3 dots next to the module name "Product Segment".

  2. Click on "Permissions".

  3. Click on "Share Access".

  4. Write the name or email of the user you wish to give permissions to.

  5. Enable or disable the actions this user will be able to perform for your seller account(s).

  6. Click on "Share Access".

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