Relisting Ended / Out Of Stock Listings

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This article will teach you how to relist Ended / Out of Stock listings.

Relisting your Ended / Out of Stock listings is an important part of keeping your multichannel business running.

Below are the ways to relist your ended/out of stock listings, depending on the sales channel:


Amazon listings don't technically end, they just go 'Out of Stock'. Unless you archive a listing, which is something different altogether.

Once you receive new inventory for a product, any Amazon listings linked to it will automatically reactivate. It's super simple.


eBay listings end frequently. To relist an 'Ended' eBay listing, simply find the listing in the Ended tab of your Listing Manager and click the title. From inside the Edit Listing page, choose Relist. You may need to first add inventory quantities back to the listing.

Relisting will not push your listing live immediately. Rather, it creates a new draft listing that you have the opportunity to edit before taking live.

The draft will automatically re-apply your inventory rule to calculate an accurate listing quantity based on your product's available inventory.


Etsy listings can have 2 different statuses that result in your listing not being visible for purchase: 'Inactive' and 'Expired'.


Inactive listings in your Etsy Listing Manager are those which have either run out of inventory, or which you have purposefully deactivated for a reason. 

Like Amazon, Etsy listings that are inactive due to inventory will automatically reactivate themselves when new stock is received.

If you purposefully deactivated your Etsy listing, you can click Activate to make your listing visible once again.


Expired listings are ones that have actually ended on Etsy. By default, all Etsy listings expire after 4 months. You should consistently monitor your Expired tab in the Etsy Listing Manager.

To renew your Expired Etsy listings, simply check the checkboxes next to your Expired listings, and click Publish Listings.

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