of furniture as pets, setx classified’s pets worksheet article | A new way to classify items from a range of categories into one category has been developed for the online tool set for rochester-classifieds, a new classification service that offers a range in the pet category.
The new category is based on the number of points of attachment to a piece of furniture, the number that the item is marked as “fetchable”, and the number which the item has been rated by the user as being suitable for pet play.
“The item that has the highest rating will be considered a pet, and this is reflected on the pet worksheet.
If the item falls into a category that is marked by a low rating, then the item will be classified as a category of other pets,” explained rochester.
The site also offers an option to classify a piece by an object that is attached to the item, including a dog, a cat, a bird, or even a water bowl.
“In this way, you can create a custom worksheet that looks at the item and determines the level of attachment and attachment rating,” said the company.
The worksheet can be created for a single item or can be used to create multiple worksheets.
“Each worksheet will contain the relevant points and ratings, as well as a ‘category’ to help categorise items in a way that is easy to understand,” said rochester, which is based in Queensland.
To classify an item, you will need to select an attachment and mark it as suitable for the pet.
You can also use a range or an object to help determine the rating of the item.
The pet workshelet is designed to assist users in deciding if the item meets the requirements of the pet classification, which includes the animal, the type of pet, age of the animal and so on.
“Our tool is designed for people who have been unable to select and use an item because of their age or lack of experience in working with items,” said a rochester spokesperson.