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Merchant Center Rules

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Hi,

 

could somebody help me set-up a rule in the feed? To be more precise, I would like to make Custom label 0 as a price, and then set certain price ranges in order to properly segment products (for example <$50, $50 - $100, >$100).
There were some updates to creating rules and I am uncertain how to create ranges https://prnt.sc/gl03m5
I used to do it via adgroups but it is not really ideal when you constantly need to update new products.

Any help on this would be highly appreciated. Thanks

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Merchant Center Rules

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for the new-experience user-interface feed-rules,
currently, only the set-to operator is supported --
extract, find-and-replace, take-latest, and the
standardized options are all future-features,

with no exact implementation/release dates.

there is no if-then-else logic, as with a legacy-feed.

the best likely course would be to implement the logic,
and the assignment of custom_label attribute values,
within the current e-commerce system, if possible --
any three unique values should do, to create the
appropriate product-group bidding-strategies; e.g.
low-prices, medium-prices, high-prices.

alternatively, the new-experience user-interface feed-rules,
has a supplemental-feed that may be used to help implement

similar back-end logic -- adding custom_label attribute values.

 

Merchant Center Rules

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Those conditional legacy rules were very useful. Make no sense why they removed it