- Sweet Tooth
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@acronis: Sweet Tooth has everything that J2T Reward Points has plus a tonne more. We had to create a WIKI to list all the Sweet Tooth features.
Here are a few things that Sweet Tooth has that other extensions do not have:
- Robust rule system: ORGANIZE by which products will produce rewards and how much by Category, SKU, cost or any other product property. Everything you can do with the base Magento price rule system we’ve adopted to allow you to give points instead of the discount. (see WIKI for many of them)
- Entire customer’s reward points section for customers to manage their points.
- : Includes an automatically mini rewards catalog
- : Includes the ability to send points to friends
- Points slider to gives customers the power to choose how many points to spend
- More customer-behavior-based ways customers can earn points
- : The way customers earn points can be customized to the max as a rule (by date, customer group, etc).
- : Reward customers for rating and reviewing products, signing up, voting in polls, telling friends about a product, signing up to the newsletter, making product tags, etc.
- Many more front-end display mechanisms so customers know what will earn them some points and how much. For example: “You will earn 100 XYZ points for writing a review for this product”.
- Much higher control over uniqueness of “points” currency
- : Points image “currency” generator - create your own representations of points
- : Customize the language of points easily by modifying one template file: instead of saying “100 Points” say “100 Gold Pieces”
- HUGE usage of template system to allow for maximal customization (there are at least 80 different templates you can customize on the front-end alone!)
- Mass customer management system: distribute points to an entire customer group, an entire customer country, etc.
- In the back-end, there is a points tab in the Order View screen and in the Customer View screen so you can quickly see associated points and points histories in the back-end.
- Highly Object Oriented, open source coding structure for maximal customization, expandability and simplified debugging.
- Sweet Tooth API for easy extensibility.
And the list honestly goes on… but I feed like I’ve already answered your question by now . The feature list on the Sweet Tooth WIKI really lists most of the features in detail. The FAQ might also be useful as well as the The Sweet Tooth Reward Points main site.
We’re constantly working on improving by accepting new suggestions and adding new features. The Road Map shows this. You can send me an e-mail if you’re still curious and I’ll do my best to answer.