Bob N

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  1. If you have setup shipping policy's in eBay for your products in the past. M2E does not use them but pushes there policy to a random policy in your eBay system. Every time we do a revise of products we have to manually update all the products to use the correct eBay shipping policy. I have spoke to support and they said they don't interact with eBay shipping policies. It should connect these policy's in m2e. Has anyone else had this issue?
  2. Idea: Create a Template Policy for Item Specifics. This way you can assign specifics per listing group vs default or custom. If you have been using m2e for any long amount of time. You know using custom settings instead of a policy template for sych settings is a disaster and if support works on your site they will wipe all you settings to fix issues. I have lost many hours of custom settings in the past from using custom settings. The process of adding a attribute for multiple listing groups is not very user friendly with the current process. And having to manually select and revise you listings causes even more issues.
  3. I am not sure who developed the parts compatibility features in m2e. The system is very non user friendly and impossible to keep up to date. Basic Functions that would be ideal. 1) When adding vehicles to parts compatibility store the vehicle information not just the pid number. 2) Allow to choose multiple parts to apply new parts compatibility. The current way creates even more steps :( Why is this important? If you have thousands of products like we do. Every year when new vehicles come out you have to update this data. When you look at the part in m2e that you have assigned vehicle compatibility to you see something like this. pid 67,68,71,84,874,54,8987,568,3488,5658 This means noting to anyone except the database field, so for example a Ford Mustang GT 2009 is a pid 67. Put that info in the system. So when you look at the product compatibility information it lists something like this. Ford Mustang GT 2009 Ford Mustang LX 2009 Ford Mustang GT 2010 Ford Mustang LX 2010 Have a look at eBay parts compatibility it is done this way and works. Lastly , What is street name?