“Yandex” began to check discounts in the search for goods. Users will now only see discount information if the stock price in the store is actually lower than usual. This is indicated in the “Yandex” message.
The company believes that such functionality will be relevant during the sales period.
Stores have the ability to send discount data to Yandex so that it can be seen in product searches. Such discounts will be verified by a special algorithm that will analyze the prices of the store for the last two months.
If the seller didn’t raise the prices before the sale to make the discount appear bigger, it will appear on the product page.
Next to each discount, they will indicate that it has passed the test, and users will also see by how much percent the price has decreased.
More than 730 million offers from various stores and online marketplaces have been collected in the product search. These are electronic products, household appliances, cosmetics, toys and other goods.
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