To synchronize your eBay account with WebInterpret, eBay uses what is called a "token", a crypted link that enables communication between your eBay and WebInterpret accounts without having to provide us with any sensitive data like your account password. For more information, read this Help Center article.
If an eBay token gets revoked, WebInterpret won't be able synchronise various elements between your original and foreign items, like item price, shipping cost, changes in the title or description. If, for instance, one item is sold abroad the stock will not be updated.
WebInterpret also won't be able to update your prices. Currency variations, for example, might affect items prices in a negative way. For more information on how WebInterpret synchronizes its internationally translisted items, read this Help Center article.
When the connection between eBay and WebInterpret is broken or about to expire you will receive an email informing you that the connection needs to be reestablished. To restore your token, simply click on the link provided in the email in question then follow these instructions.
After you have registered with WebInterpret for eBay you will go through an onboarding process that will ask you to link your token with WebInterpret. For more information, please read this Help Center article.
Simply log into your WebInterpret dashboard to check if your connection between eBay and WebInterpret is active. If your connection is intact, you will simply be taken to your dashboard. If your connection is severed, you will see a message asking you to reconnect your token. More on how to reconnect your account in this Help Center article.
You may also go to your eBay account's Third-party authorisations section and follow this guide.