How to pull product data into your listings using Product Attributes

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This article will teach you about Product Attribute placeholders and how they work

Product Attribute Placeholders are used in both Presets and Templates, but they function the same way: They are used to carry specific values from the product information in your inventory into your active or draft listings.

To get a better understanding of how they work, let's look at an eBay Title & Description Template as an example. By default this template will already have two Product Attribute Placeholders added - {{name}} and {{description}}. The surrounding double brackets indicate that these are attribute placeholders, not just plain text.

The screenshot below highlights the value found in the Condition Note field. Now let's say you want to include your Condition Note to the description field of your eBay listing(s).

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To add this value to your description, you'll want to make a new Title & Description Template or edit an existing one. Then,

  • Click on the Insert Product Attribute dropdown
  • Select the Product Attribute you want to add to your Template from the list. In this case, we will pick the "Condition Note" attribute. Once you click it, we see that {{condition_note}} appears in the eBay Description field on the Template. 
  • Last, click "Save" to update your Template with the changes you made

Sellbrite will tell you how many Listings have this Template applied.

  • Click "Save & and Publish." This will re-publish the Listings, updating them the new and improved version of your Template.

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Now that you've added the Product Attribute for "Condition Note" into this Template, the Condition Note will show in your listing.

If you've applied this template to multiple listings, each unique Condition Note will be carried from your products to their corresponding listings, allowing you to edit your listings in bulk.Sellbrite_-_Edit_Listing.png

 

 

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