Anyone knows what is submit on the earning page thing besides the export as scv option?
The submit button is when you change the buttons above the submit. If you wish to search a different time frame. If it defaults for a week, you could change this to a month for example.
Also, you can set it to look for Amazon items within a certain time frame.
It allows you to search a different time frame.
Hope that helps.
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