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Automatic Delist

Delist items from all marketplaces it is listed on
Available in unreleased version: 1.0.6.11

Tracking your listing

Our app allows you to delist items that are added to your inventory from all marketplaces they are listed on. The inventory feature is in BETA and currently allows you to track the:
  • quantity
  • the marketplaces an item is listed on.
  • sku
  • barcode
  • title
Presently, the main benefit of adding a listing to your inventory is that it allows you to automatically delist a sold item from the marketplaces it is listed on by clicking one button.
Very soon we will be adding support for more data on your listings, so you can fully manage all your listing through the website.
NOTE: Our app supports variants. If your item contains variants (for example on depop the only variant that exists presently is sizes) then each variant will be a separate listing that can be linked together. Learn more about linking/grouping variants together here.

How to track a listing

STEP 1: First, you will need to go to your listings page on the marketplace you would like to use as the source of your import to your inventory. You can find out what page to visit on each marketplace here
STEP 2:
Then select the listings that you would like to import and click 'Inventory' when selecting the marketplace.
Information available/supported for the listing will automatically get imported into the form
STEP 3:
Review the details like the quantity, sku, barcorde etc. and add any information that was not available on the listing
STEP 4 (Optional):
If there isn't already a pre-filled listing group id then you can link your inventory listing with another inventory listing that exists (typically another variant of the same item). Learn what listing group id's are here
Again, the purpose of this is to group variants so you don't have to bother with this step for listings without variants OR if the field is already filled out by our app.
STEP 5:
Now you are able to associate your listing with listings on other marketplaces! In order to know where to delist from we'll need you to add the url of your listings on other marketplaces.
  • Find the marketplace on the list
  • Click the switch on the right side of the marketplace name
  • Read the marketplace guide below to see how to find your url for each marketplace.
  • Paste the url and click the next button.
  • If this listing contains variants: select the target variant for that listing and continue
Here is which url you should enter for each marketplace.

Depop

When associating an inventory listing with a depop listing you should enter the url of your depop product detail page. This is the page you are directed to after you click one of your listing photos on depop.

Grailed

When associating an inventory listing with a grailed listing you should enter the url of your grailed product detail page. This is the page you are directed to after you click one of your listing photos on grailed's my items page.

Facebook

When associating an inventory listing with a facebook marketplace listing you should enter the url of your facebook marketplace product edit page. This is the page where you can edit your item on facebook marketplace

Etsy

When associating an inventory listing with a etsy listing you should enter the url of your etsy product edit page. This is the page where you can edit your item on etsy

Ebay

When associating an inventory listing with a ebay listing you should enter the url of your ebay product edit page. This is the page where you can edit your item on ebay.

Vinted

When associating an inventory listing with a vinted listing you should enter the url of your vinted product detail page. This is the page you are directed to after you click one of your listing photos on your vinted profile.

Poshmark

When associating an inventory listing with a poshmark listing you should enter the url of your poshmark product detail page. This is the page you are directed to after you click one of your listing photos on your poshmark profile.

Shopify

When associating an inventory listing with a shopify listing you should enter the url of your shopify product edit page. This is the page where you can edit your item on shopify.

Shpock

When associating an inventory listing with a shpock listing you should enter the url of your shpock product edit page. This is the page where you can edit your item on shpock.

Instagram

When associating an inventory listing with a instagram listing you should enter the url of your instagram product detail page. This is the page you are directed to after you click one of your listing photos on your instagram profile.
STEP 6: Click the track listing button
Once you have verified everything is correct for the inventory listing, just click track listing and you are all set!

Delisting Items

You can delist an item (that is already in your inventory) from all marketplaces it is listed on in one click.
You can select items to delete by either going to your listings page on our crosslister website or by using the extension to select the item on your listings page on any marketplace.

How to delisting works

If a listing on a marketplace is a multi quantity/variant item then delisting will reduce the quantity of that variant by exactly 1.
If a listing does not have quantities/variants the listing is deactivated or deleted (Depending on what the marketplace supports.
Here are the specific way each marketplace handles delisting:
Depop:
  • Listings without size variants or multiple quantities: the listing gets deleted.
  • Listing with variants or multiple quantities: the quantity reduced by 1 (if delisting a variant then the quantity is reduced on that variant only)
    • If a size variant is out of stock but there are multiple other variants on the listing in stock, the specific variant will be deleted and the post will be saved.
    • If a listing with one variant/size or a multi quantity listing goes out of stock (zero quantity) then the listing will be deleted.
Grailed:
Delisting a grailed product will delete the listing.Grailed does not support variants with specific quantities on their listings.
Vinted:
Delisting a Vinted product will delete the listing. Vinted does not support variants with specific quantities on their listings.
Facebook:
Delisting a Facebook product will either mark the item as sold or as out of stock. Facebook does not support variants with specific quantities on their listings.
Etsy:
  • Listings without variants or multiple quantities: the listing gets deactivated.
  • Listing with variants or multiple quantities: the quantity reduced by 1 (if delisting a variant then the quantity is reduced on that variant only)
    • If a variant is now out of stock as a result of the delisting but there are multiple other variants on the listing in stock, the specific variant will be left as is.
    • If a listing with one variant/size or a multi quantity listing goes out of stock (zero quantity) then the listing will be deactivated.
Poshmark:
  • Listings without variants or multiple quantities: the listing gets marked as sold/not for sale
  • Listing with variants or multiple quantities: the quantity reduced by 1 (if delisting a variant then the quantity is reduced on that variant only)
    • If a variant is now out of stock as a result of the delisting but there are multiple other variants on the listing in stock, the specific variant will be left as is.
    • If a multi quantity listing with one variant only goes out of stock (zero quantity) then the listing will get marked as sold/not for sale
Ebay:
  • Listings without variants or multiple quantities: the listing gets ended
  • Listing with variants or multiple quantities: the quantity reduced by 1 (if delisting a variant then the quantity is reduced on that variant only)
    • If a variant is now out of stock as a result of the delisting but there are multiple other variants on the listing in stock, the specific variant will be left as is.
    • If a multi quantity listing with one variant only goes out of stock (zero quantity) then the listing will get ended
Shopify:
  • Listings without variants or multiple quantities: the listing gets archived.
  • Listing with variants or multiple quantities: the quantity reduced by 1 (if delisting a variant then the quantity is reduced on that variant only)
    • If a variant is now out of stock as a result of the delisting but there are multiple other variants on the listing in stock, the specific variant will be left as is.
    • If a multi quantity listing without variants goes out of stock (zero quantity) then the listing will get archived.
Shpock:
Delisting a Shpock product will delete the listing. Shpock does not support variants with specific quantities on their listings.

How to delist

STEP 1:
Go to your listings page on our crosslister website:
STEP 2:
Find the item you would like to delist and click the checkbox next to the item.
STEP 3:
Click the 'delist' button. The app will now remove the listing from all marketplaces it is listed on.

Group listings together (Listing Group Id)

The app splits variants on a listing into individual listings in your inventory. You are able to link listings together by using a listing group id. The listing group id is you telling the app: These two listings are variants of each other.
When you import a listing with variants from a marketplace into your inventory, each variant will be given the same listing group id automatically. So in most cases you will not have to manually generate one.
However some marketplaces do not support many variations and/or multi quantity items.
Example:
Let's say you sell two bracelets (Blue and Red) on depop. Depop does not allow you to provide multiple colour options outside of the description. So to list these items on depop you will typically either
  • Create two separate listings (one for each colour)
  • Create one listing and ask potential buyers to message you what colour they want.
In the first case you can import each individual listing to your inventory then generate a listing group id for the listing by clicking the button. Then you save this id and add it to the import form on the second listing.
In the second case you can import the listing twice and then generate a listing group id on one listing, then add it to the second listing as well.

How to generate a listing group id

To generate a listing group id you just have to make sure that you have selected the checkbox asking if your listing is a variant. Then you can click the 'Generate Listing Group Id' button.