UPDATE TO POST THREAD: I will not remove the original content, but with everyone who has chimed in the feedback on the Best Offer aspect has been most appreciated. While the original content could have provided alittle more detail, regardless many have made clear this is not something of interest & valid points have been brought up. I will say this feature idea can be considered closed.
A feature that I have been long time looking for as well as I am sure many others would love to see would be a pricing related feature that all & all would replace the current price adjustments & lack of impact to changes.
My background comes from working eCommerce for a decade & being fluent in platforms such as eBay. Features such as List Price to Sale Price, having slash through & Best Offer options as well as having presets on the seller end when it comes to Best Offers not only saves alot of back & forth but increases engagement, conversion & the overall experience.
Would you rather play the market game trying to ride the wave as it always is shifting; keeping up with your listings & go to change your listing today say $75 from what it was to not be pricing yourself out, but a buyer comes along 10 minutes later to offer you $100 off the “new list price”. OR; would you rather have what your list price was, whatever it was & be able to put a sale price. Example, $1500, now $1250. Perhaps with the additional option of offers still available. Now with offers would you like to have the option instead of back & forth with messaging have a the presets already done that if someone sends an offer in the range of $900-$1100 on that $1250 listing you’ll auto accept, whereas if it were $800 or lower it was an auto deny but anything $801 to $899 counter offers or such up to say 3 times could be exchanged
All these features & builds already exist on other platforms such as eBay, the question of if, how & when can they be brought into play here.
This year was one for sure many were scrambling & at the end of it (much like eBay or Amazon) buyers look & focus on these key areas of listings. Titles, Photos & Pricing (shipping is generally to a degree part of this equation). Past that you can have amazing details in your description as well as your profile which should be there 100%, but how many still send a message asking questions to what you worked hard on? This is simple data on purchasing behavior