All white now: changes to search results, bid history pages

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eBay UK have announced two upcoming changes to the site which should make things much easier for buyers.

search screenshot
the old version
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Firstly, there are some cosmetic changes to the search results page: the alternating grey and white bars are going, to be replaced with an all-white background which, eBay say, should make the items stand out more. For those who are, like me, still getting the old version of the search page, the Playground on .com probably gives a taste of things to come, and very nice and up to date it looks too.

Secondly, the bid history page is also being prettied up, and perhaps more importantly, it will now be possible to place bids directly from this page. Anything that makes it easier for buyers to place a bid is alright by me!

One Response

  1. Not just cosmetic changes by the look of it 🙁
    the ‘shop ebay stores’ promo box results are also relevant to your chosen ‘tab’ by format depending on how the potential buyer chooses to view.
    Means to keep a viable presence there (especially important to low value item sellers) will now mean listing Both BIN’s & Auctions – just another way of creating more listing revenue perhaps, also might make people consider classified ads as an option too.



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