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The Toggle features rule

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The Toggle feature rule consists of a number of different settings that can be enabled or disabled for a scenario. All settings, except the Incomplete coverage setting, are enabled by default. After you edit settings, click Save Changes at the top of the tab.

Toggle features rule
Figure 1. Toggle features rule
  • Bundle bidding: Enable or disable the Bundle bidding feature for the scenario. This feature is useful for comparing costs before and after bundle bidding discounts are applied.
  • Volume discounts: Enable or disable the Volume discounts feature for the scenario. This feature is useful for comparing costs before and after volume discounts are applied.
  • Volume discounts overlap: Enable or disable the Volume discounts overlap feature. This feature is used for allowing or disallowing multiple discounts to be awarded on the same lots.
  • Bidder capacity limits: Enable or disable the Bidder capacity limits feature for the scenario. This feature is useful for comparing the effect that bidder capacity limits have on the scenario.
  • Purchaser capacity limits: Enable or disable the Purchaser capacity limits feature for the scenario. This feature is useful for comparing the effect that purchaser capacity limits have on the scenario.
  • Bonus/malus: Enable or disable the Bonus/malus feature for the scenario. This feature is useful for comparison purposes in events where you have penalized or favored bidders when configuring bidder Bonus/malus settings.
  • Incomplete coverage: Enable or disable the Incomplete coverage feature for the scenario. This feature can be used to allow a lot to be withdrawn or partially awarded despite insufficient coverage.
  • Savings: Enable or disable the Savings feature for the scenario. This feature is useful for comparing costs before and after savings are calculated.