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Ability to search and categorize our campaigns in stores by niche / interest.
The problem: Customer visits a big store with a large selection of shirts. The store had many pages to navigate and gives up browsing because it's too time consuming.
The Solution: Give stores a search box and the ability to organize our campaigns into different categories, so customers can navigate and find shirts of interest much easier.
I'm sure I saw something being mentioned about this but it was referred to as " collections ".
We need something close to a Shopify setup and having the ability to add categories to our stores will be advantageous all round.
If you guys can get this added, it's going to be a game changer. There are a lot of sellers out there that won't and can't switch to Shopify, for reasons like payment gateway issues, good old laziness to handle support, maintain the site with add ons and the costs that go with them. That's where Teespring can take advantage. I'd say having the ability to organize our stores better and give the customer navigation options in the sidebar is a must. I predict lots of sellers are pointing their interests to building their brands and they're looking for a platform that can supply all the features that are standard in today's e-ccomerce stores but with less hassle and cost.