You can perform the following actions on multiple modifications simultaneously:

  • Remove
  • Duplicate
  • Activate or deactivate
  • Enable or disable test mode
  • Edit the schedule
  • Edit the labels
  • View and download statistics

To manage multiple modifications simultaneously:

  1. In the Frosmo Control Panel, in the sidebar, select Modifications.
  2. Above the modifications list, click Select.
  3. Select the modifications you want to manage. A menu bar appears at the top of the page.

    Selecting and editing multiple modifications

  4. In the menu bar:
    • To remove the selected modifications, select Remove, and click Remove.
    • To duplicate the selected modifications, select Duplicate, and click Duplicate.
    • To edit the selected modifications, click Edit, and select an option. You can activate or deactivate the modifications, enable or disable test mode for the modifications, or edit their schedules.
    • To manage the labels associated with the modifications, click Labels, and select an option:
      • To create a new label and add it to the selected modifications, select Create new, enter the label text, click Save, and click Add.
      • To edit an existing label, select Edit labels. Click the name of the label you want to edit, edit the label text, and click Save.
      • To add an existing label to the selected modifications, select the label, click Add, and click Add again.
      • To remove a label from the selected modifications, select the label, click Remove, and click Remove again.
    • To view the statistics for the selected modifications, click Statistics, and select a time period. A table with the statistics opens.

      Total revenue is calculated from the individual item prices (rather than from the total purchase value) recorded in the transactions attributed to a modification.

    • To download a basic statistics report for the selected modifications:
      1. Click Statistics, and click Download report.
      2. Define a time period for the report, and click Download. A report file is generated and downloaded to your computer. The file is in the Microsoft Office Open XML Workbook (XLSX) format.