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2-27-2010 @ 4:32PM
Quick Auctions > AuctioneerWhile it's a bit apples and oranges, auctioneer is way overkill for most high volume sellers with excessive features that are simply not required, or get in the way of efficient listings. Quick Auctions, on the other hand, takes a much more pragmatic and direct route to getting your auctions listed quickly, and smartly undercutting the competition. No fuss, no muss. It has an excellent tool for creating a crafting list, along with a report on the total mats required for crafting the items on your list. Works very well across multiple toons, which is important if you're using one toon to craft and another to list. For high volume commodity-style sellers, especially those dealing in glyphs, Quick Auctions is perfect.
2-28-2010 @ 7:49PM
They're indeed apples and oranges. QA doesn't have a snatch list, an auto-mill/DE/prospect feature, any price history, or a non-batch interface.
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