Hi, sorry if this doesn't belong here, but I use the sales tracker here really often and this is a suggestion that I thought might hold some value.
On the sales tracker, you can sort lists by Discount Percentage, Price, the sale's "Ends In" date, or the Rating. I generally find myself sorting by price or by rating, each with their own drawbacks. With price, I can find obscenely cheap games that I can get for my account, but I often miss higher value titles or games that I might want that are on sale, but that aren't as cheap as other titles. With rating, it's easier to find higher quality titles, but the prices vary wildly and often exceed my wallet's price range.
What I'd like to see as a feature on the sales tracker is the option to Sort by Value, which finds an average between Price and Rating, giving you the games with the most value (based on rating) per dollar spent. It would put better received games with moderate sales and moderate games with excellent sales closer to the top of the list, and put more expensive games with lower ratings farther towards the bottom. This would allow people to more easily see games with both very, very low price, or games with a good discounted price that are very popular (for example, if Skyrim went on sale for $7.50, but there was another relatively unknown game with only moderate ratings on sale for $0.10, they'd both be very close to the top of the list when sorting by value).
Hopefully you'll take my suggestion into consideration. Thank you for making the awesome Sales Tracker!
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