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PhatLewts has done a nice series of brief videos to introduce TSM 2.0 functions. Today is the first time I've had the chance to really sit down with 2.0 and Phat's videos have been a tremendous help.
I'm about to read @Kathroman's guide to TSM 2.0 groups and operations because I feel like that's a good next step:
GUIDE: TSM 2.0 - Groups/Operations
But start with the videos.
I've gone through phatlewts' videos but, for my Auction House use, I find Auctioneer easy to figure out. In my understanding, to properly configure Shopping lists in TSM for items such as cloth, ore, gems, etc, you need to know the exact % under Market Value that you're willing to start buying. I don't know those percents well. I could look into my BeanCounter registers, to see the % at which I have been buying stuff, but it doesn't show the % and I'm too lazy to do the math... However, using auctioneer, or simply the Shopping tab for search on TSM, I know what to buy straight away. It is a lenghtier proccess, however, as I have to search each item manually...
Point is, for my AH use, which consists mainly on flipping mats and consumables, TSM seems like way too hard to setup for maximum profit on short term, but I can see its advantage. If I ever go into shuffling or get an enchanter, it will be of terrific use. Also if Virtual Merge affects my poor realm, Transmog shopping lists will be very handy.
Last edited by Anti74; August 17th, 2013 at 08:03 PM.