There are a couple of other features in the app that you might want to know about though.
Searching for Products
You can search for a particular product by title, price, quantity, SKU or type. Just choose the search option and then type your search term in the box next to it.
You can filter what products you see in the app by several different categories, all of which are found in a row just above your products.
You can filter by the following:
- Parent products
- Products with no variants
- Products that are missing images
- Pushed products
- Not pushed products
- FBA products
- FBM products
Just click on any of those options and you’ll be able to view all the products in that category.
In the next row below that, you can sort your products by these options:
- Fulfillment service
- Product type
- When it was pulled
- When it was pushed
Just click on the option to sort. Click the option again to sort in the opposite direction.
Changing Your Plan or Other Account Info
Click on the little person icon at the top right corner of the app to view all your account info.
Here you can view your Amazon account credentials, your ByteStand plan, your maintenance plan and the app’s FAQ.
If you ever need to upgrade your plan to pull in more products, or downgrade to pull fewer products, click on Change Plan. You can then select which plan you’d like.
The maintenance plan must be activated if you want to continue using ByteStand to update your products after the first month. Just click Maintenance Plan and then Activate.
That’s it! That’s all there is to it. Congratulations, you are now an Amazon Integration Wizard!
About the Author
Gennifer is the Customer Support and Marketing Manager at ByteStand, where she lives and breathes customer service education while sipping coffee in her pajamas.
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