It is great to be able to filter products on the web site to show specific features that you do not want.
However, I think for the shopper it would also be beneficial to allow you to EXCLUDE items with a specific feature you don't want for are concered about.
Example. I am in the consideration for a TV larger than 65"
It is easy enough to get to the 65" and larger TV sets.
It still leaves me with 52 choices.
I can remove brands I will not buy, but it is cumbersom to then go through and select the brands you will buy. However, it can be done.
However, I am not interested in 4K, SMART, or 3D. I don't want to see them. I can remove 4K by selecting 1080p resolution but not the other features.
Would anyone else like to see us offer this as an option? Make sure you vote for an idea if you like it.
This could be beneficial my concern though would be right now on providing more options you can select versus what not to have in features. i find quite a bit of the time there isn't enough featured information for options in general. (i.e. phones don't say enough features/computer hardware doesn't have enough featured information/games have very brief information or are outdated a lot of the times)
That directly relates to previoius posted ideas that Best Buy needs to step up the consistency and quality of data associated with product pages. Web shopping is quickly overcoming in store shopping. Not doing so will leave a company behind. I know for our part my wife and I did 95.4% of our Holiday Shopping from our living room.
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