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Editing eBay Listings

Learn how to edit your eBay listings from Sellbrite.

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Written by Holland Rocha
Updated over a week ago

eBay listings can be accessed from directly within Sellbrite, allowing you to make the changes or updates necessary without ever having log back into your eBay account.


Editing eBay Listings In Bulk

Sellbrite allows you to edit your Etsy listings in bulk using Templates (learn more about Templates, here)

eBay Listing Templates can be found by navigating to Settings > Listing Templates & Recipes. From this page, select eBay and you will be able to create new Templates or edit existing ones.

Applying a Listing Template to an existing listing is very straightforward. There are multiple Templates for your eBay channel, allowing you to apply settings for Title & Description, Category, Pricing, Shipping, and Payment/Returns as you see fit.

If you already have Templates applied to your active eBay listings, you can simply make changes to your Templates, and those changes will be automatically updated for all the listings containing that Template.

For example, if you need to make updates to your handling time, returns settings, etc., open your eBay Payment and Returns Template and make any adjusts that you need to.

Save your Template and you will be notified of how many listings your changes will apply to. Confirm these changes by clicking "Yes, save & publish changes."

If your listings do not have Templates applied to them, you can apply eBay Listing Templates to your listings from the Listings Manager page.

Editing eBay Listings Individually

If you only want to make changes to a handful of eBay listings, you can make those changes directly in the Edit Listing page.

From this page you can make changes to your listing information manually, then click "Save & Publish." If the fields in your listings are grayed out/locked, that is because you have Templates applied to your listing. To learn more about why your listing fields lock and how to get around this, check out this video.

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