How to filter my international listings in My eBay?

To translate your listings we need to create new listings which will be published directly on international eBay sites (i.e., eBay France, Italy, Spain, Germany). So your translated listings will appear in active listings on your eBay dashboard.

However, you can filter your listings to see only your domestic listings. If you would like to see your international listings on your eBay dashboard just follow these simple steps.

First of all, if you do not currently use the eBay Seller Hub, please activate the latest free version to have full access to your listing Dashboard. Set up can be found here: www.ebay.com/sh/landing

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Filter International Listings via My eBay

1: Log in to your eBay account, and on the right hand corner, go to My eBay and a drop down menu will appear, click on - Selling:

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2: In the headline menu, go to ''Listings'' and then click on ''Active'':

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3: Click on ''All listings'', select United States and click on the Search button:

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Filtering and searching is available for any listing site you currently or are scheduling use of. So if you have a item due to list at a later date in a new market, it will show as above and you can filter and check these listings.

For any eBay customers not utilising Seller Hub, we've provided a brief guide below:

How can you identify which items Webinterpret are translating and listing internationally?

International listings can be found very simply. Just select ’Active‘ in My eBay (or your Selling Manager) where you also find your domestic listings.

Basic shop subscribers select “Search” to find the ’Advanced search‘. From now on the view is the same for all sellers. Just choose ’site‘ and ’all sites except this site‘ to see only international listings. Below we show how the screens will look:

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If you are not currently utilizing our Marketplaces program and wish to find out more, please see how our International eBay sales booster can work for you.

Comments

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    Alexander Krasner

    there is a huge problem with the filtering the listings via the "active"

    1. we can not filter listings "by countries". - only "by all countries at once"

    2. We can not filter listings "by countr"y and by the "shop category."

    Because when we filter it "all sites exept this" or "only this site", then the filter "shop categories" is off - and this is the problem.

    When the turbolister was active it was easy to do, but now, when the turbolister is turned off  - it is really impossible to make the bulk changes  by the shop category, because in the shop they are all mixed.

    Any helpfull idea how to filters listings now "by country" and "by shop category"?

     

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    Alex Korczak

    Dear Cutplot - We'd love to assist you in resolving the filter issues, to do so, please raise a ticket so we have all the relevant information. If you go to the link here, we can try and help you address it as quickly and thoroughly as possible.

    Thanks

    The WebInterpret Team

     

     

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    Alexander Krasner

    why you don't simply explain this issue me here, Matthew?

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