Settings

In the Settings for your eBay and Amazon accounts, much of the information will have already been inputted from the Wizard. 

To go to the settings for your accounts in MultiChannel, in your dashboard, you'll go to Sales Accelerator > Settings then select the account you wish to edit the settings for.  

eBay Settings

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The first options for eBay are your Plugin Access and Access Exceptions.  The Plugin Access setting allows you to select which user roles will have access to the eBay features and settings.  The Access Exception option allows you to restrict a specific person from accessing the eBay features and settings, even if they have one of the roles you are allowing access.  

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Your next settings are your Payment Methods and PayPal Account.  These will have already been imported from the Wizard but you can edit this information here if you need to.

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The Use Product Images option allows you to determine whether your product images are pulled from your WooCommerce store and used on eBay.  This is enabled by default and can be disabled by toggling to off.  

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The next number of settings are the Defaults you'll set for all of your eBay products.  These default settings and their options include:

  • Product Condition
    • New
    • New Other
    • New with defects
    • Manufacturer refurbished
    • Seller refurbished
    • Used
    • Very Good
    • Good
    • Acceptable
    • For parts or not working
  • Listing Duration
    • Good Till Canceled
    • 1 Day
    • 3 Days
    • 5 Days
    • 7 Days
    • 10 Days
    • 30 Days
    • 60 Days
    • 90 Days
  • Return Policy
    • Returns accepted
    • No returns accepted
  • Returns Within
    • Not specified
    • 14 Days
    • 30 Days
    • 60 Days
  • Refund Option
    • Not specified
    • Money Back
    • Money back or replacement (buyer's choice)
    • Money back or exchange (buyer's choice)
  • Refund Shipping Paid By
    • Buyer
    • Seller
  • Re-Stock Fee
    • No
    • 10%
    • 15%
    • 20%

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You can change these on the individual product settings but these will be automatically applied to your products unless you edit them.

If you are using the Inventory module for Sales Accelerator, you will have the option to select a specific warehouse where all eBay orders are drawn from.

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Next are your Domestic Shipping options which have been taken from the selections you made in the Wizard.  The only addition here is whether or not you would like to offer free domestic shipping, which is off by default.

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After Domestic Shipping comes your International Shipping options which, again, have been pulled from the data you entered in the Wizard.

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Also pulled from the Wizard, the following option is the Maximum Dispatch Time.

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The last item in your settings is a link to return to the Wizard if you would prefer to make your account changes there.

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Once you have made all the changes you need to, be sure to hit the Save Changes button at the bottom of the page.

Amazon Settings

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The first options for Amazon are your Plugin Access and Access Exceptions.  The Plugin Access setting allows you to select which user roles will have access to the Amazon features and settings.  The Access Exception option allows you to restrict a specific person from accessing the Amazon features and settings, even if they have one of the roles you are allowing access.  

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Next are the Feed Types, which you originally added in the Wizard.  You can add or edit Feed Types here.

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After the Feed Types, you'll be able to determine whether or not you want to add the product's Condition when creating your products for Amazon.  This is off by default.

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If you want to include a minimum or maximum sales price for your Amazon product, you can enable that setting.  You will be able to set the prices when creating your product.  This feature is off by default.

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If you are using the Inventory module for Sales Accelerator, you will have the option to select a specific warehouse where all Amazon orders are drawn from.

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The last item in your settings is a link to return to the Wizard if you would prefer to make your account changes there.

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Once you have made all the changes you need to, be sure to hit the Save Changes button at the bottom of the page.

Google Merchant Settings

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The first options for Google are your Plugin Access and Access Exceptions.  The Plugin Access setting allows you to select which user roles will have access to the Amazon features and settings.  The Access Exception option allows you to restrict a specific person from accessing the Google features and settings, even if they have one of the roles you are allowing access. 

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The next option is your default Product Condition and the options are New, Refurbished or Used.

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Next, you'll determine whether your products are Adult by default.

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The last item in your settings is a link to return to the Wizard if you would prefer to make your account changes there.

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Once you have made all the changes you need to, be sure to hit the Save Changes button at the bottom of the page.

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