We all buy things online. We buy it various places – eBay, Newegg, Groupon, Buy.com, Amazon, iTunes and Google Play. We buy music, apps and books etc. from Google Play, Amazon or iTunes; electronics, clothes etc. from Amazon, Gap or Buy.com etc. But ultimately the thing is we loose track of what we purchased.
If you want to get a bit organized, the Slice is here to help you with that.
What is Slice?
In short, Slice can pull up your entire shopping history in seconds using your email inbox (Gmail and Yahoo, as of now) and organize it in various categories with the price tag on it. Slice would let you know what you purchased, when, from which store and for how much.
If there are open orders, it can keep track of the shipping and alert you about status. If the price on the item purchased drops, it can alert you about that. Finally, Slice can back up all your receipts in one place irrespective of from where you purchased the item.
Isn’t it cool?
How to get started with Slice?
- To start with, you will need to add Gmail or Yahoo email accounts to which you send your merchant notifications.
- Slice will process your emails for shopping related emails such as order confirmation and shipping notification.
- Slice will automatically organize your purchases and keep tracking for future purchases as well.
Slice has smartphone apps available for iPhone and Android both. So try it out on whichever phone you are using.
What do you think? How have you been managing your online shopping history? Any recommendations you have which we all can get benefit from. Let us know in comments.
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