This month of development focused on enhancing our listing functionality with a few added search functions. Here are a few of our biggest updates.


New Listing Enhancements

Our team made quite a few enhancements to the listing functionality. Below shows a breakdown of each change:

  1. eBay Allow Best Offer: You can now list products to eBay and set the lowest and max allowed bids for a more automated selling process.
  2. Prop 65: With this newest addition, retailers can set whether a product is Prop 65 compliant or not for Amazon.
  3. Listing Profiles: Creating listing profiles is easier than ever before. Use an existing listing that has all the necessary settings and choose to save as a template for other similar products.
  4. New HTML templates: Improve the look of your HTML listings with these new designs. Find them in our app store!


Resources: How to Create a Listing Profile | How to Edit My Items in Bulk in Ecomdash | How do I use “Allow Best Offer” when creating an eBay Listing? | Using Ecomdash Listing Categories


Global Product Categories

You can now create a global product category within ecomdash to organize your inventory. Using this feature will allow you to search and manage products in a more strategic manner.

With each category, you can define listing profiles for each marketplace, essentially mapping each marketplace’s category to your global category. This will further streamline the listing process for multichannel sellers by reducing much of the repetitive data entry related to listing products across different marketplaces.


New Advanced Search Option

To help you better navigate through ecomdash, we’ve added more search functionality for discontinued products. Working with multiple suppliers can cause inventory nightmares. With this new update, you can now view the various items in your inventory marked as discontinued by a dropship supplier. Using our advanced search option, you can ensure those products aren’t actively listed on any marketplace.

advanced search option

Resources: How to Use Advanced Inventory Search


Tag Sales Orders

Our goal is to give you more control over the fulfillment process. With this newest addition, you can tag sales orders for a more customized workflow. For example, you can add tags for any order on hold or an order that has specific customer comments. You can also use these tags to search for specific types of sales orders, assign an order to a specific employes, or make bulk edits to a certain set of sales orders.

ecomdash tags orders to make fulfillment more streamlined

Resources: How Do I Apply a Tag?


To learn about all our updates from February, check out our release notes. Check out this post for the May 2019 product updates.

Have ideas on how to further streamline ecomdash? Let us know on our community board* (other members can upvote your ideas). We’ll prioritize these requests in upcoming product development sprints.


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