The intervals of the weighted sales contain different sales figures that are relevant for the calculation of your recommended reorder quantity and shipment quantity. You can set the weighting for each SKU individually.
To get a first overview, click on the sales rate of a SKU.
As you can see, the sales are listed per interval. For each interval, you will be calculated a monthly average, taking into account the OOS days.
This means that if you had 6 sales in the last 3 days and 1 day was OOS, you had an average sale of 3 units per day for the further calculation of your weighted sales:
6 : (3-1) = 2
Each of these intervals can be weighted independently for the recommended reorder quantity as well as for the recommended send-in quantity.
If you do not use the weighting of the reorder, the weighting of the FBA shipment will automatically be taken into account for both calculations.
The intervals contain the sales figures from the past. The intervals from 3 - 365 are exactly the sales from today, X days in the past.
The interval 180 - 365 is the sales figures from today, one year ago, 185 days into the future. So this interval is very suitable for seasonal products. The sales forecast can be used to better illustrate the data at this point.