Overall rating
Counts per rating level
  • 98% of ratings are 5 stars
  • 1% of ratings are 4 stars
  • 0% of ratings are 3 stars
  • 0% of ratings are 2 stars
  • 1% of ratings are 1 stars
What merchants think

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Merchants highly value this app for its ability to boost conversion rates by sorting collections based on business KPIs. It's praised for managing large inventories, automating sorting, and promoting slow-selling items. The integration with Google Analytics for data-driven decisions, user-friendly interface, easy setup, and responsive customer service are also appreciated. Merchants often mention the app's affordability and features like personalized collections for email marketing and insightful product data.

Edited October 6, 2022

UPDATE: Increasing to 4 stars as the devs reached out to answer questions. ORIGINAL REVIEW: I think the app has potential and is useful. However, I knocked three stars off for the following reasons. The first one is the price. The Basic plan, which only lets you sort five collections, and pretty much that's it, is $44 a month for us. Sortimize (another app to sort collections similarly) is $19 and does not limit the number of collections you can sort. Charging based on order number is no good. I could be selling $5 items and have tons of orders, and this app would be extremely expensive to use. This does not mean my revenue is through the roof, and I would be comfortable with the app price. It just means I have many orders. Second, I found the help center basic and lacking. I want to understand what personalized emails are. What's an AI collection, the value, and how is it set up, etc.? Couldn't find it. Third, you need to be on the starter plan (the second you can choose from the bottom) to have some good features (the Basic is quite basic). Fourth, if you optimize your website for SEO and use canonical URLs, the app won't be able to track analytics. This is probably the biggest con for me. I communicated with the devs, and they told me this is how it is. So if you follow Google's best practices and consolidate duplicate URLs, you need to be aware you won't be able to track analytics of your collections (https://developers.google.com/search/docs/crawling-indexing/consolidate-duplicate-urls#why-it-matters). All in all, I think it is a great app. Still, the high price compared to competitors, the lack of documentation (they could also add some strategies to test), and the analytics limitation could be better. I hope they can add more features to the lower-tier plans and re-work the price to make it more accessible to small merchants.

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Kimonix replied October 6, 2022

Thank you for the elaborated feedback! We will take everything into consideration.
We have replied to you with all the answers and offered you an onboarding call multiple time (as we do to all of our customers), but no response yet.
Regarding the price, the basic plan has advanced options as well - you can both create and sort collections using highly advanced parameters, use segmented collections and access advanced analytics (this is why it is more expensive than other apps you mentioned. Compared to our real competitors we are rather cheap).
Regarding the SEO issue, that was modified and now you can use full analytics, even if you optimize your website for SEO and use canonical URLs.
Looking forward to talk to you and go over everything together.