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Introducing Manual Price Entry and better UX Consistency

Every station owner wants their pole prices to be changed in a timely fashion. And we all know that just because you have sent a new price through to your Station Managers, it doesn’t mean it has been actioned – or actioned correctly. 😱

 In our latest EdgePetrol product releases we have launched new UX improvements that give you more visibility on previous and pending price changes so that you can:

  • See the current price whilst the change is still pending
  • Access this information throughout EdgePetrol
  • Enter specific prices at station level
  • Choose the exact decimal point you want with ease

Current pole price and pending pole price now both shown on station list page

On the station list page, we now show the current price (above, grey) and any pending prices (below, orange) for each fuel grade. Previously, we would only show the pending price on this page. If there is no pending price, we show the current price.


When pricing on the station list page for a fuel grade that already has a pending price change, the new price is calculated from the current price, not pending

Previously in the station list page, when a user went up or down in price for a fuel grade that already had a pending price, the new incremented price would be calculated from the pending price, not current price. 

As we now show the current price on the station list page, if the user increments up or down on an already pending price, the increments will be calculated from the current price, not pending price.

This brings more consistency across the app and matches how we calculate the current pole price in the Local Competitor Widget on the Station Page.


Consistency in how we display pending and current pole prices across the app

We’ve added even more consistency with how we display current and pending pole prices across the app. Previously in some areas the pending price was above the current, others below.

Now throughout the app, the pending pole price is also bigger and below the current pole price.

Users can now enter the specific pole price they want their price to change to in the local competitor widget. Previously, you would have to increment up or down from the existing price. Incrementing is still present, but now you can enter the specific price, which will allow you to change the decimal should you wish to.

This provides more flexibility when selecting new prices and allows for new strategies that involve the flexing of decimal points.

Posted by Andy Allison – VP of Product

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