NOTE: Prior to enabling FBA, it is recommended that you first build/refresh your product catalog by running a new Listings Import for your Amazon channel. The reason this is recommended is that if you build a product from FBA instead of from the listing, the product will not contain any custom description or features that you may have added in Amazon. These technically live on the listing and not in your FBA inventory.
To learn how Sellbrite works with FBA, and how to connect your FBA account to Sellbrite, you can watch this video, or continue reading below.
When you first connect your Amazon account to Sellbrite, you will be given the option to connect FBA as well.
If you have already connected your Amazon account and now want to connect FBA, navigate to Settings > App Store, then click the "Setup" button for FBA.
Use the toggle to enable FBA and a prompt will appear, confirming that you want to enable this feature. Click "Enable."
Once connected, Sellbrite will automatically create an FBA warehouse location for you.
Sellbrite will automatically begin downloading your FBA inventory and will assign your inventory to the appropriate products, or create new products in your catalog if necessary.
The FBA warehouse location (and any other warehouse locations) will be shown on all of your Sellbrite products, whether or not you have FBA inventory for the product.
The new FBA warehouse location will be added to your list of Warehouse Locations in the Channel Settings page for each of your channels.
Lastly your Amazon FBA orders will also begin importing into the Orders page of your Sellbrite account, allowing Sellbrite to record and report on your FBA sales and transact your FBA inventory accordingly. Amazon orders that are fulfilled by Amazon will NOT be counted towards your overall order volume.
NOTE: In order for your FBA inventory to match with the correct products in your catalog, the Merchant SKU on your FBA items must match the product SKU in Sellbrite.
If they do not match, Sellbrite will automatically create a new product in your product catalog with the Merchant SKU from your FBA item. This means you will have duplicate products, and if you have listings linked to the first product, you will need to manually re-link all of them to the new product created from the FBA item or change all of the SKUs on those listings to match your new product SKU.