Usability improvements for proposal and order grids
More intuitive look and feel. Enhancements have been made to the appearance and behavior of the grid rows to improve the navigation and editing. You’ll now see that:
- all read-only cells have a gray border and gray background.
- all editable cells have a white background.
- all columns that are not applicable to a row are displayed as read-only.
- active cells that can be edited have a blue border and white background.
- all cells with errors (whether on the active row or not) are highlighted in red.
This means that:
- If a proposal or order can’t be edited due to its status, all rows and cells are read-only.
- If a proposal or order can be edited and the row is active, individual cells are displayed according to whether they are:
- available for the row.
- in error.
- If you select a row using the check box at the start of the row, the row is highlighted and any other display requirements enforced.
Line item messages column moved. With the message column now located next to the select check box column in the non-scrolling section of the grid and the column name replaced with the comment icon , it’s now easier for you to locate your line item messages.
Greater flexibility for inventory buying
Create line items with new cost methods. To help you stay abreast of an ever-evolving ad tech marketplace and to provide more effective and flexible inventory buying and performance measurement, Prisma for Sellers now supports a number of new cost methods and units:
- CPLE (Cost per Lead)
- CPMAG (Cost per guaranteed impression)
- CPUV (Cost per unique view)
- CPV (Cost per view)
- dCPA (Dynamic cost per action)
- dCPCV (Dynamic cost per completed view)
- dCPE (Dynamic cost per engagement)
- dCPMV (Dynamic cost per thousand ( Mille ) viewable impressions)
- dCPV (Dynamic cost per view)
- vCPCV (Verified cost per completed view)
These are supported throughout the application and in the APIs in the same way as existing cost methods.
See the Sales Management user guide Glossary for more details.
Increased accuracy for flighting costs
Cost adjustment for revisions. A cost adjustment is now added to the revision’s last month in situations where a line’s total can’t be distributed evenly over the flighting period. This removes the small discrepancy previously seen between the line’s total cost and the sum of its individual monthly costs.
See the Known issues page.