When using eBay repricing, RepricerExpress you will see different symbols next to your Repricing Rule whenever your products started repricing.
Please find the list below along with a short explanation:
What does 'Fx' mean?
The yellow Fx means that the item is following a Formula Rule, which means that you've decided to calculate your eBay prices based upon Min/Max prices or Amazon prices, plus or minus fixed values and percentages.
What does 'C' mean?
The blue C means that this item is a Catalogue product (a product where you have a UPC / EAN / ISBN set) and it is repricing against competitors.
What does 'Cx' mean?
The purple Cx means that this item is a Non-Catologue product (a product where you don't have a UPC / EAN / ISBN set). When this happens, you will reprice according to the 'Non-Catalogue Item' section of your Repricing Rule:
You can then choose to 'Not reprice' the product or to reprice the product based on a formula: