The Manage Inventory page provides you with tools for searching, viewing, and updating your product and inventory listing information.
To view your inventory, go to the Inventory tab and select Manage Inventory.
To better help you distinguish your inventory at a glance, we display extra information in the Product Name field for some categories
To customise your page view, click Preferences at the top of the Manage Inventory page. You can personalise your page view in the following ways:
Choose whether to show active listings by default or all listings.
Show the edit button on the left or right side of the page.
See Match Low Price for more information about this feature.
Select from the drop-down menu how many results you want to see on each page in Manage Inventory.
Available only if you have selected Item/Weight-Based shipping model on the Shipping Settings page. Check this box if you want the lowest shipping charges to be displayed in the Your Price and Low Price columns. When checked, Match Low Price uses total price (item price + shipping) in the Low Price column for comparison. When unchecked, matching is based on item price only.
Select your default sort order from the drop-down menu.
Select which columns to show or hide. Columns with “(Recommended)” specified are the defaults. The values you select here are used together with search filters to customise the listing table’s column display.
To sort your inventory, click any of the highlighted column headers.
To filter your inventory, use the options in the left-hand pane under Show My Inventory.
All listings, regardless of status.
All open listings.
All listings that are either out of stock, set to "inactive," have a quantity of zero, closed due to a pending order, closed at your request, or blocked by Amazon.
Use the Add a Product feature to create a new listing by matching to an existing product detail page in the Amazon catalogue. You can also create a new detail page for a product that does not yet exist in the catalogue and then create a listing for that product. For more information, see Add one product at a time.
After you create a listing, use Manage Inventory to make changes to listing or product data.
The Copy Listing feature allows you to create a new product detail page using information from an existing listing.
For example, you may have three versions of a batting trainer set for young children. Each version has a different product identifier (UPC, EAN or JAN),different theme and UPC, but otherwise shares manufacturer, primary product description, and target audience (as shown in the table below). This function allows you to create a detail page for one of the products versions, then use the Copy Listing feature to quickly create pages for the other two versions.You can create a product page for one version of the play set, and then use the "Copy Listing" feature to quickly create new pages for the other two.
|Item 1||Item 2||Item 3|
|Title||Triple Hit Baseball||Better Batter Baseball||ESPN I Can Play Baseball|
|General Description||Baseball batting trainer.||Baseball batting trainer.||Baseball batting trainer.|
|Item Description||Hit from tee or pop-up pitch, blue plastic||Mechanical arm, height adjustable, sound-effects, red and black plastic||Two learning modes, includes stationary and bounce-back tee.|
To copy a listing:
In most cases, changes you make to product information appear on Amazon within 5 minutes. However, some updates can take up to 6 hours. Product descriptions longer than 500 characters are generally updated after 8 a.m. IST the following day. Images may take up to 24 hours to appear on a product detail page.
To edit details for an existing listing:
To edit price and quantity information, follow these steps:
The Manage Pricing view allows you to update prices on any active listings, either one by one or in batches. It includes columns most commonly used for making price updates, but you can change the columns you want to see by clicking Preferences.
To update an item price:
If you have listings that are deactivated because of potential pricing errors, then you can confirm and update your prices by clicking Price Alerts and entering maximum and minimum bounds for each deactivated listing.
You can add minimum and maximum price
columns to your Manage
Pricing or Manage Inventory view. To set the limits follow the below steps:
These columns will now appear in the Manage Pricing view and you can enter values in any cell and click Save.
The following column in Manage Inventory applies to pricing:
The item price. "Shipping" is the lowest shipping charge available for a product, based on your shipping settings.
You can provide one main image and up to eight supplemental images for each listing. To learn about using product images in your listings, see Preparing Product Images.
To upload product images, follow these steps:
A file upload window will open.
You can repeat steps 4 and 5 as many times as there are image slots before clicking Upload image(s) (step 6). Images may take up to 24 hours to appear on a product detail page.
You may close a listing at any time, up until the time it is purchased. This action does not remove the record from your inventory. The SKU and all listing information for the item are retained. Additionally, a listing can be re-listed (or reactivated) at any time. There is no fee associated with closing a listing.
To close a listing:
Your listing should appear as Inactive within 24 hours.
When you delete a listing, the SKU and all sales history and product information are permanently removed from your seller account. Therefore, you should delete a SKU and its listing information only if you are never going to sell that product in the future.
To delete listings, follow these steps:
A blocked listing has one of the following indicators in the far left column:
Click the link next to the icon to learn more and to correct any problems with the listing.