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1.2. eBay Items Page Layout

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(Note: Due to program updates, the text in this screenshot may be outdated, but the overall layout remains the same.)

1. Category Selector: Select a Category to view: Scheduled, Failed, All Launched, Active, Unsold, Sold, Paid, Shipped, Transferred, Archived, or Imported.
2. eBay Seller ID filter: Select a specific eBay ID to view, or all of them.
3. Update List: After selecting a different category via the Category selector, click the Update List button to view that category.
4. eBay Title/SKU/Item ID Search: Enter your eBay item's title, SKU or ID number to perform a search in the current category. If you enter a valid item number belonging to your eBay ID, but the listing is not found in your SSB account, it will be imported from eBay if available. (This is sometimes called a "quick import".)
5. Page Selector: Select a page or use the arrows to view the previous or next page of listings.
6. Bulk Actions: Bulk actions that can be performed on selected listings. Available actions differ depending on the current Category.
7. Expand/Collapse All: Click on this orange arrow to expand or collapse all listing records in the table.

Single Listing Expanded View: Click the arrow to the left of a listing title to view all of the details for that listing. The arrow will point down, and the details of your listing will display.
Mousing over the magnifying glass next to the gallery image thumbnail will display a larger preview of your image. Listings that do not have gallery images selected for them will display the "No Image" graphic. If an image has been deleted from the Image Manager, a "Seller's Image No Longer Online" graphic will display.
Collapsed View: Collapse the listing record to move details out of the way. This helps reduce the amount of scrolling on the page, and shows you the most important information about your listings.

8. Sort Order: Click on this orange arrow arrow to reverse the current sort order. Different views offer different sorting options. (Usually, you may sort by either Title or Time. If a column heading looks like an orange link, clicking on it should re-sort your listings by that attribute.)
9. Actions Selector: Offers actions available for each individual listing.

NOTE: The "Delete" action has been renamed to "Remove from SSB" to better reflect its function.

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