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- Gesamt 1 / 5
- Benutzerfreundlichkeit 2 / 5
- Funktionen 1 / 5
- Startpreis 22,00 $/Monat
- Kostenlose Version Ja
- Kostenlose Testversion Ja
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Bewertet am 8.10.2019
Not worth the time and money
Kommentare: It seems that the executive is a one-person show with no real intention of supporting the product and the customer. The software is slow, buggy, unreliable and is an excuse to draw genuine customers in, purely for gathering monthly revenue purposes. Stay away from this product and try the alternative, Parseur. You will not be disappointed.
Vorteile: There wasn't anything. It looked good from the company marketing and website but was nothing to what it promised and promoted.
1] The entire functionality of the software was poor.
2] When parsed data was being exported to either Excel or Google sheets, rows of data were occasionally overwritten by new rows of data. This left our customer orders missing and or inaccurate as orders were blended.
3] Ticking the ALL checkbox to then perform a bulk function (such as reprocess all emails due to loss data previously) only performed the 50 emails that were visible on the first page. Therefore, manual page scrolling > bulk selection > actioning became tedious and inaccurate as Parserr would always return to the first page and the data was not in the same order prior to the bulk action. This meant that it would miss orders or process them a second time causing replication of data.
4] A clear issue between the Google Account and Parserr when data is to be exported. This has to be reset and re-aligned for any reasonable amount of data to come through from bulk emails. In most cases, the data processed stopped at only a halfway point of the expected amount to be processed.
5] If emails could not be processed as their layout was different from the initial templates, the software was unable to offer where it had issues on the page. Hence, it would just miss the email and move on.
6] After weeks of requesting help in support chat requests, emails, having to upgrade the subscription as Inbox credit had run out and even a promised return phone call from the support that never eventuated, I gave up.