Managing eBay listings in WordPress

Modifying products

When using WP-Lister, your WooCommerce catalog will become your “central database” where you should create new products and update existing ones. If you want to manually end or relist an eBay listing, this should be done within WP-Lister as well – not on eBay.

Generally speaking, you shouldn’t have to visit the eBay website on a frequent basis once you started using WP-Lister.

Revising Listings

When you edit or update a product in WooCommerce which is currently listed on eBay, WP-Lister will mark the listing as changed – and will prompt you to revise all changed items on the listings page:

changed status

Click on “Revise all changed items” and WP-Lister will start to revise all changed items – which is required to apply your changes on eBay as well.

revising item on eBay

 

Ending Listings

There are two ways to end eBay listings in WP-Lister. On the listings page you’ll find an “End Listing” link next to each published item. Simply click on the link, confirm that you really want to end the listing – and WP-Lister will end it right away.

end listing link

Or select multiple listings you want to end and select “End listings” from the bulk actions drop down menu.

end listing bulk action

The listings page will reload and the selected items will show up as ended:

status changed to ended

Relisting Items

You can easily relist all ended listings – just visit the listings page and filter for “Ended” listings. Then tick the topmost checkbox to select all ended items.

batch re-listing

Next select “Re-list ended items” from the bulk actions menu and click “Apply”.

batch re-listing click apply

WP-Lister will relist your selected items and display the usual progress window:

relisting selected item

Alternatively, you can relist a single item by clicking on the “Re-list” link you will find next to the title of each ended item.

re-list item

Great! Your products are listed again on eBay and show up as published in WP-Lister:

items re-listed