Suggestions for eBay Integration

101 votes
If you could mass revise all the listings, instead of having to go through each template 1 by 1 and revising.

When you have 40+ listing templates this can be really time consuming.
Anonymous shared this idea September 06, 2013
steve commented October 09, 2020 19:10
A work around is just to use a universal policy (like return policy) and change it slightly (like add some days) - disable conditional revision and allow the change to fully revise items, after, just switch the policy back.
Mat commented July 25, 2017 11:07
I have been using M2ePro for past 3 months and have just come across this issue. I AGREE, this needs to be a new feature developed by M2ePro. Some of my Shipping costs and Return Policies have not revised so I have to go through each of my 81 listings and revise manually. Very time consuming.
Silvian commented September 30, 2015 01:09
Any progress , this is A MUST feature . I am sure , if you email all users of m2epro they will tell you this is a TOP PRIORITY feature.
Silvian commented August 13, 2015 21:08
I am shocked that m2epro is not considering this as a TOP priority. The whole idea behind m2epro is to save time with listng, revising etc.

This can be easily done inside the SEARCH tab . At the moment we can only do mass search but then we need to click on the green arrow and perform list,stop,revise in individual listings. I am having 200+ m2epro listings , it is very time consuming for me to do some of these. For example , once in two months I am going through every m2epro listing and stopping the items which are listed(hidden) and have zero sales . this is saving on lebay listing fees and also refreshes the item , as when we relist that item , it has an initial boost from ebay . So , for me , this Mass Action is VITAL. PLEASEEEEEEE !!!!!!
Angel commented February 06, 2015 15:02
is there any progress here? I am missing a feature to mass revise my eBay listings now... would like to vote if still not developed or found a troubleshooting. Thanks.
GreatVacs commented April 09, 2014 20:04
Yes editing the description template is always best BUT you still have to go through each listing template and hit revise so the listings update. Only some data (not all) will update when you save the SKU data. So we still have to go through each listing template and its very time consuming. - Dustin
Emily Hale commented October 04, 2013 10:10
This would be great if we could do this with postage also, I'm just trying to change all our pricing but with over 150+ templates it's not an easy task!
John Doyle commented September 09, 2013 09:09
I have found the best way to do this is to edit the description template, as I have the same one for each and then when saved all the descriptions - and other details get revised. I normally make a change then change it back so that there is no real change but I do get a refresh of the listings