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selecting & listing existing magento products on ebay
jcp

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May 13, 2014 - 2:45 pm
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Hi,
i have just installed M2E in my magento store and wanted to know if it’s possible (*& how) to selecting & list an existing magento products on my ebay store
(which obviously is not on ebay already)

The options I can see only relate to creating new listing to export to ebay.

Thanks

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Dave Furness

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May 13, 2014 - 5:13 pm
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Hey jcp

I am sure this is possible as M2E shouldn’t care whether it is a newly created product or one that already exists in the inventory before installing the extension.

In the sell on eBay tab there should be a button in the top right called ‘Add Products’ From there you should be able to select ‘from list’ or something similar and it will show all of the items from your Magento inventory. You can select from there and go through the process of listing to eBay.

Can you try this and see if this lets you add from your existing inventory?

Dave

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jcp

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May 13, 2014 - 5:27 pm
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I only see: Create A New M2E Listing (screenshot attached)
No options for ‘add product’ or ‘select from list’ etc

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Dave Furness

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May 13, 2014 - 5:33 pm
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Ahhhh this is the initial wizard. You have to go through this before you can list normally (I know quite annoying)

The good news is you can go through it and then right at the end you don’t actually have to send it Live and you will then have the full menu opened up to you.

This is also an interesting take on M2E Pro’s terminlogy. What your actually setting up here are more like templates for your eventual listings. So imagine this is saying create a new M2E Pro template, andf this is where you can enter in all of your shop data, payment and shipping settings etc and then at the end once finished. You will be able to create a listing which uses these templates your about to set up.

Does that make any sense? I know it sounds a bit confusing. Give it a try and if you get stuck, just shout back

Dave

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jcp

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May 13, 2014 - 5:41 pm
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Thanks for clarifications , will try it out.

 

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