With the imminent demise of eBay TurboLister, it’s likely that if you still use the tool that you want to save your eBay listings in a format that you can reuse them with other tools in the future. It’s relatively simple to import listings already live on eBay into almost any listing tool of your choice, but what about ended listings?
Thankfully, eBay have made it easy to export most of your ended listings and there are two main formats to choose from – eBay File Exchange format and a CSV (comma-separated values) format which most third party tools will accept – albeit if they don’t have a specific eBay TurboLister import routine you may have to map values during the import process.
Sadly you won’t be able to export pictures and multi-variations from ended listings that ended more than 90 days previously.
If you saved your images as URLs then you’ll keep them in the export file, but images stored in the Turbolister database will be lost. This will be a major issue if you’ve not named images with a file name schema to easily match them with listings.
Multi-variation listings have never been easy to import and export from TurboLister. You’ll want to exclude these from the listings you select to export. It’s likely the entire export will fail if you have a single Multi-variation listing included in your export list.
When you’re ready to export, here are the steps you need to take:
- Go to Ended Listings under Listing Activity.
- Click within the main listings window and use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + A to select all listings.
- Go to the main menu and select File > Export Selected Items.
- Select the format in which you would like to export your listings.
Im still confused about how to export turbo lister items to. Seller hub. In what format do i choose . i have comcast xfinity wifi but use direct connect for computer. On the step that says choose format .Well explain please the choices and what the diadvantage and advantage is.. I was a ebay seller about 4 years ago and mught return but want to get it setup before i do. Also another question. Drpshipping. How do i go to a supplier and ask if i can sell a products of there as long as they warehouse it?
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