Hmm...

Maybe I'm not understanding something here...

I create my listings with Auctiva... They then become Saved Listings or Scheduled Listings... Then they go to Active Listings...and finally to Closed Listings.

What I'm wondering is what would be the purpose of Importing Saved Listings that I used Auctiva to post? I mean, wouldn't I just end up with 2 of each listing at that point then? One that I Saved/Scheduled...and one that is now closed...

What's the whole purpose of having a Closed Listings page if I posted the auction using Auctiva and it's still a Saved Listing?

If I sell mostly one of a kind things that when they are gone they are gone...should I just delete the listing from my Saved Listings when I post it...and then only Import the ones that did not sell?

I'm trying to understand the design concept behind this, or maybe I'd just like to hear how other people are using the whole Saved/Scheduled/Closed Listings concept...

Thanks.
Mike
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Good morning Mike,

Sometimes I alter the auction once its been uploaded to eBay. So importing the saved listing would work for me. I can then delete the wording that didn't work and replace it with the wording that did.

Under this ID I have approximately 400 of the same auctions. I tweak them quite a bit when I see searches change, key words that are used more now than say six months ago etc.

Hope that helps you to see my reason.

Take care, Donna
I've come to find out that Importing a saved auction also imports all the pictures that were in the auction...which includes all of the graphics in the template as well.

This would be fine, again, if I had started with the auction on eBay and then I want to pull it in to Auctiva... However, in this case it was just a whole bunch of needless pictures and graphics that I had to delete...

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