General spending rule¶
Reward customer with defined amount of points for his order value. Allows to specify how many points customer can earn from 1 amount of currency.
If needed, you can exclude certain products (with define SKUs or labels) and delivery costs from the points calculation.
To add new General spending rule:¶
- Tap Earning rules on the Admin sidebar and choose Add earning rule. You can also add rule directly from All earning rules list by clicking
Add earning ruleat the top of the page
- In Basic informations section, do the following:
- Enter Name of the rule that will be displayed in views
- Provide a brief Description of the rule that explains how to award points and information when the rule is active (thereby using to points calculation)
- To activate the rule, in Active field select “Active” from the dropdown list
- In Type details section set rule type as General spending rule and complete details as follow:
In Point value enter ratio for calculating earned points based on purchased value. For example, if ratio is equal to 2 then user get 2 points for every 1$ spent.
SKU’s provided in Excluded SKUs field will be excluded from the calculation of earned points
Points can be calculated for the purchase of products with defined labels. Set Labels inclusion type to one of following:
- product labels are not applicable. Points will be calculated for all purchased products (except excluded SKUs, if applicable)
- points will not be calculated for purchased products with defined labels
- points will be calculated for purchased products with defined labels
Depending on the option chosen in Labels inclusion type field, appropriate field will be displayed:
Has labels – when Include is selected in previous step
Excluded labels – when Exclude is selected in previous step
When None is selected in previous step, any field is not displayed
Both fields, Has labels and Excluded labels are pair of Key and Value.
When Excluded delivery costs checkbox is selected then delivery cost will not be included in order value used for earned points calculation
Min order value is currently not used
If you marked Is last executed rule checkbox, then you add a “stoppable” flag to this rule.
It means, that if more than this transactional rule can be applied, any next transactional Earning Rules will be skipped (other general spending rules, multiply points rules, product purchase rule).
See Rule Types to learn more about Earning rules types
once selected type can not be changed
- In Activity of rule section specify time boundaries when rule will be active
- if you want the rule to be active all the time mark All time active checkbox
- if you want the rule to be limited in time in Start at and End at fields specify dates between rule will be active
In POS section, as an option you can assign an Earning rule to the existing POS. To do this, click POS field and choose store to which rule will be applied.
When a transaction comes from a specific POS, only earning rules assigned to this POS will be used to calculate points.
- In Target section specify group of customers for which rule will be used. For example, Gold members will get 2 times more points than Bronze
- In Target type choose from dropdown list Level or Segment to specify whether the rule will be active for customers assigned to particular level or segment.
- Depending on the Target type field Segments to specify segments or Levels to specify levels appear. You can choose one or more levels/segments to used
- If applicable, in Earning rule photo section upload image for Earning rule
- When it is done, tap
Image size is limited to 2MB. Image dimensions could not be smaller than 600 x 600 px. Allowed file formats: png, gif, jpg.
Exceptional case of stoppable flag¶
What if there are only general spending rules to be used and there are more than one?
Another words, any edited General spending rule will be used before that one with “stoppable” flag, if edition was made after you add a flag to the rule.
In this exceptional case, the sequence of points calculation can be as follow:
- 3rd General spending rule - rule edited today, the most “current”
- 2nd General spending rule - rule edited yesterday, more “current” than the flag rule
- 1st General spending rule - rule with stoppable flag added day before yesterday