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At GoDataFeed, we're all about efficiency. We're also all about effectiveness. That's why we're so excited about these new features that make our already super-effective rules engine super efficient to use.

Our goal is to reduce the amount of time it takes to complete your tasks by eliminating steps and providing more clarity.

But don't take my word for it. Take a look.

1. Apply rule conditions to All Products

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Quickly apply rule conditions to all products in your catalog with All Products feature.

Most of your feed rules are designed to modify or enhance specific products or groups of products. But what if you wanted to create a blanket rule that applies to every product in your catalog?

Now you have the ability to choose the "All Products" option to quickly apply rule conditions to your entire catalog.

2. Mapping rules Count Filter

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See what and how many rules are modifying each value.

A thoroughly optimized product feed can have dozens of rules modifying, enhancing, concatenating and suppressing product data. Things can get really complex, really quickly.

How do you keep tabs on what rules are modifying what fields?

Our new mapping rules Count Filter shows you a count of how many rules exist for a given field – you can even see the full list of rules by clicking the button.

3. Clone rules

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Clone rules for faster rule creation.

A well designed rule is a thing of beauty. The process of designing one, however, not so much... Until now.

Thanks to our new rule duplication feature, you can create similar rules with the click of a button. After the rule is duplicated, you can modify it to meet your needs without having to write it from scratch.

And don't worry about overwriting existing rules. We ensure the rule is unique by appending a timecode to the rule name.

4. Duplicate conditions

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Duplicate conditions make complex rule design easier.

Creating complex rules can be done faster and easier now.

Just duplicate similar conditions as you go – that way you can quickly create like conditions, then change the few values that are different rather than writing the entire condition repeatedly each time.

This will be especially helpful when you want to write conditions for standardized values like condition and availability, but it can also be useful in rules involving limited values like brand, size or color.

For example, if you wanted to create a rule condition "where title contains 'red' or title contains 'blue' or title contains 'green'" – now you can duplicate the first condition row and only change the value from red to blue and green instead of writing the entire condition row.

Easy peasy.

5. Additional enhancements

Conditions default to “Or” and “Contains”  

We identified “or” and “contains” as the most commonly used conditions options, so we’re now defaulting to these to save you more time as you write rule conditions.

Primary Source settings show steps from Help Center in-app  

To help you set up the primary import source quicker, we're now including relevant Help Center articles alongside the setup screen to provide step-by-step assistance.

Table filters/search results load as you type 

We've added search-as-you-type preview functionality to tables to save you even more time when you’re using the app.