[UPDATE – SOLVED] – The listing which the wizard helped me create had automatically add new products set – so when I added my first product to add to the listing, it had already added it so didnt show it again – even if you set the filter so it shows products in other listings – this is because this isnt another listing :)
Set the Auto option to no and then added another product and it then showed – I added it to the listing and was able to move on and all the familiar menu options appeared! – Phew
I have been at this for some time now and having used M2E successfully on another store thought this would be the easy route into eBay :(
I have installed a new fresh copy of Magento 126.96.36.199 and the latest version of M2E using Connect. Went through the ebay wizard can created the M2E license and successfully connected with my ebay store. Then I clicked the Sell On Ebay menu item and followed the wizard to create my first listing – added all the rules etc – all good so far. Then I got the next wizard to add products – and here is where I have been stuck for 4 hours!
Despite creating a single product to list and making sure all the data is spot on etc and there is only the default magento website etc – I get no products to add :( But now it becomes even more frustrating in that I now cannot progress past this point and the Sell on Ebay button at the top gives no options – just back to this wizard. I was hoping as in previous versions I would be able to import the 3rd party listings.
Please help me before my laptop goes into meltdown.
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