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Get to know Apptus eSales Enterprise and its features and functions with these guides.
Apptus Docs is to be considered as a living document and is continually edited and updated. The following sections regarding Guides are currently available:
|Integration Overview||An overview to provide insights into the concepts, steps, and decisions required for a successful integration with Apptus eSales.|
|Working with Ads||Ads is one of the main data entity types in Apptus eSales and are most often used as banners to promote campaigns and product offers.|
|Working with Categories||Category is one of the main data entity types in Apptus eSales and can be used together with Products to create large datasets for navigation, product listings, and more.|
|Working with Data Priming||Add historical sales statistics into Apptus eSales before go-live to enable eSales to more quickly improve personalised results and content.|
|Working with Demotions||Temporarily decrease the strategy score and presence of selected products in a market.|
|Working with Facets||Multiple choice product filtering and navigation using facets.|
|Working with Filters||A filter is a logical expression used in many eSales functions to restrict the set of products that are to be operated on.|
|Working with Imports||Importing data into eSales from a retailer's systems is a reoccurring key action required to have an up to date product, category, and ad data.|
|Working with Notifications||Implement the different eSales notification types better to improve statistics, recommendations, and performance.|
|Working with Panels||Set up a site with panels and zones. Configure, test, and publish.|
|Working with Presentation Attributes||Configure what attributes of a product, ad, or category to present in a panel.|
|Working with Product Sorting||Sort products differently depending on context and usage.|
|Working with Promotions||Temporarily increase the strategy score and presence of selected products in a market.|
|Working with Recommendations||Select what panels to use for recommendations to present relevant products in the right context.|
|Working with Search Attributes||Search attributes defines what product, ad, and category attributes in eSales that are usable in panel queries for searching.|
|Working with Synonyms |
|Extend search phrases to include similar phrases that visitors might miss.|
|Data Modelling||Best practices when defining the import data format of the products, variants, and other entities imported into eSales.|
|Formats||Format data and strings for attributes and arguments.|
For access to more documentation including for older versions of Apptus eSales Enterprise (3.3 and earlier), please refer to Apptus Zone.