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OCMP5 Help Thread

Discussion in 'Requesters' started by silentturker, May 27, 2017.

  1. silentturker

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    Given the latest wave of workers having their quals taken away, I thought it was about time for a thread for clarifying some of the product categories.

    Personally unsure about the following recurring items:

    Automotive dashboard covers (vehicle covers, or specialty part)
    Automotive engine belts (automotive replacement belts, or n/a)

    List any others you're confused about here.
     
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    I put NA for dashboard covers. I think it fits the category "interior automotive accessories" instead.
     
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    dashboard covers could be a specialty part (they are particular for types of vehicles) or an interior accessory

    belts are belts, unless they are industrial belts for machinery

    remember, the product trees are not necessarily a binary yes/no. products can fit in multiple paths, as long as each step makes sense.
     
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    can you elaborate on this part?
     
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    Dashboard covers - N/A
    Engine Belts - replacement belts. why would that be NA?
     
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    After thinking it over and reading the replies, yeah, I think N/A or interior automotive accessories is right.

    Then what about seat belts?
     
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    you're seeding a product tree; if you're looking for an hdmi cable you can find that in electronics, computer cables, audio/video components, etc. Look at some other websites to see where you can find different things

    no website classifies seat belts under an "automotive replacement belt" because that's not what its referring to
     
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    For adult learning books, I'm thinking Toys>Learning Toys>Learning Books is incorrect?
     
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    I go with incorrect as well. Its not a toy, a learning toy, and the learning book category is used for children.
     
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    Please tell how d I get qualified for your hits
     
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    You have to watch for qualification HITs from OCMP. They're not posted often, maybe a few times a year.
     
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