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[Video] Listing products to Etsy from SynCommerce

SynCommerce affords you the opportunity to list your products (either imported from another channel or created right on SynCommerce) straight to your Etsy store.

Here's a video tutorial, followed by a step by step guide on how you can easily achieve this. 

STEP 1:   Select the product(s) you wish to list to your Etsy store from the products page.


STEP 2: From the "Bulk Actions" drop down, select "Create listings"


STEP 3: Select the Etsy store you want to list to.


STEP 4: If the status of the product shows as "Not Compatible", it only means there are some Etsy specific information you need to provide. Click on the product or the edit icon (pencil) at the right side of it to provide the information. Look out especially for the length of the characters of your variation names (Etsy allows only 20 characters).

You can also click on the "Bulk build" button at the right top of the page to provide the required information for all the selected products to make all of them compatible at once.


STEP 5: Provide all the required information for Etsy as outlined. Check to make sure the status on the listing edit page shows as "Compatible" if you are editing an individual item.



STEP 6: Click "Next" to continue your listing process. The products you want to list should be showing as "Compatible".



STEP 7: Publish your products by clicking the "Save and publish" button. Your products will be listed in the background to your Etsy store in just a matter of minutes.


NOTE: The listings will actually show on your store if their status show as "active" in SynCommerce. Check out for listing errors at the notification center (bell-like icon at the right top of the page) to correct all failed listings.

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