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Will it be possible to import (create) inventory items from a file?
I currently use a database which is capable of exporting in CSV or TAB to maintain my inventory.
 
Posts: 6 | Registered: May 24, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Thats my question too. If it can how do we do that?
 
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From the Inventory page:
"Create, import, manage inventory items, track availability and cost of inventory items."

I assume (since this is beta) the import option will be forthcoming. This would be a great addition to Auctiva.
Is there an ETA?
 
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We are currently developing this feature.
 
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Thanks for the update. Let me know when we can use it. I would love to test it out.
 
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Any further progress on importing inventory?
 
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Nudge as I'd like to know too please
 
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Looks like the "import" part of "Create, import, manage inventory items, track availability and cost of inventory items." didn't make the cut. Disappointing.

...but at least I can automatically send emails to people who didn't bother to bid high enough to win...
 
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I need import bad as I am not adding over 2,000 items 1 by 1.

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Originally posted by PRECIOUS JEWELRY:
I need import bad as I am not adding over 2,000 items 1 by 1.

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Yeah I have to agree with you there. We have about 2000 items as well and more being added daily.

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Posts: 2 | Registered: September 21, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I'm afraid i've come to a stand still. Again I to have too many products to do one by one.

An import feature is an absolute must.

Does anyone know, when this feature will become available?

Darren
 
Posts: 12 | Registered: February 04, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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So anybody herd anything on being able to import from a file yet??? 1 by 1 this is crazy and not worth it
 
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Help! Is this feature still not available? I can no longer afford channel advisor and need to be able to somehow get all these listings updated!
 
Posts: 4 | Registered: March 16, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Well, it's been a year since I started this thread. The site still says "Create, import, manage inventory items, track availability and cost of inventory items." and there is still no import facility. The only response in that year has been "We are currently developing this feature.".
I guess they've been too busy making the site 'prettier' to actually work on the functionality.
 
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Well is there any way to move an active listing to inventory?
 
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Posts: 18 | Registered: December 28, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Hi Community,

While we were planning on developing functionality to import inventory items from active listings, saved listings, and CSV files back when we were initially creating the inventory tools, we have since had to defer the development of those features to allocate our resources to other projects. We still have those features on our list of things to consider adding when planning future site updates, but I can't say definitively if/when they will be added.

I will be sure to pass this thread along to our project management team to let them know your desire to see these options implemented.

-Mike
 
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Any idea when this will come off of the back burner?

These are critical features for most serious sellers who would prefer to utilize Auctiva's Platform.
 
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Sorry that I can't give you a date yet but inventory import is definitely on our radar screen. We do understand that it is a critical feature for certain sellers, and we appreciate your input on it.


Auctiva Tony M.
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Posts: 569 | Location: Chico, CA | Registered: April 22, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Is this the right Forum for Bulk Upload problems?

Having the darndest time getting a .tsv file to save to .txt, and copying to Notepad is not working.

Error after Error and no Bulk upload.

I have hundreds and maybe 1,000's of listing I can do, but Auctiva is frustrating me.

Anyone good with Bulk uploading, I could get some help please.

I have a Excel sheet with 750 items, ready to go, and I am going no where currently.

Thanks

Frank
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