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The quantity item on a new listing, and saved ones, will not let me change it to 2. I already have to spend way to much time here because of the piss poor editing features for saved listings. ( I could use a saved listing many times if there was some way to simply change a few photos without changing them on every other listing also) Now do I have to spend more time creating a inventory for 2 or 3 items?
Is there a faster work-around for this?

This message has been edited. Last edited by: papa G,
 
Posts: 16 | Registered: November 15, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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NOT SURE it will work but maybe hit the list similar button on the saved listing and change the quantity there.
 
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As itsjustme suggested, I would also suggest using the create similar button. It will create an exact copy of your listing which you can then make changes to without loosing your original saved listing. This tool has saved me a lot of time when creating my action figure listings!


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Posts: 34 | Registered: January 18, 2013Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Hi papa G,

I checked some of your more recent (last 4 months) Saved Listings, and they are all auction format. To change the quantity, you will have to change them to fixed-price listings (the option is at the top of the lister page, or you can do it in bulk from the Saved Listings page).

You can technically have more than one item on an auction-style listing, but that would require you to use the old "lots" option (which is not that common anymore.)

If you have any other questions don't hesitate to contact our Customer Support (under the Help tab).
 
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