Appeagle groups and manages your listings using the SKU's that you set. It is important to make sure that all of your listings have their proper SKU's set before being downloaded into Appeagle. SKU (stock keeping unit , sometimes spelled "Sku") is an identification, usually alphanumeric, of a particular product that allows it to be tracked for inventory purposes. Typically, a SKU(pronounced with the individual letters or as SKYEW ) is associated with any purchasable item in a store or catalog.
For example: A woman's blouse of a particular style and size might have an SKU of "3726-8," meaning "Style 3726, size 8." The SKU identification for a product may or may not be made visible to a customer. A SKU is not the same as a product model number from a manufacturer, although the model number could form all or part of the SKU. The SKU is established by the seller.
Custom IDs on eBay
Since eBay does not require a SKU when listing an item, it is common for eBay sellers to list without a SKU. Appeagle uses SKU's to identify and group your listings on all your marketplaces. If a SKU is not set on your eBay listings, they will not be properly grouped together with the same listings on your other marketplaces.
Follow the instructions below to ensure your listings all have SKU's. Please note: You must be using selling manager (free) or selling manager pro (paid) to set SKU's on eBay.
- Log in to your eBay account and proceed to the "My eBay" page.
- In the left menu, under the selling manager/selling manger menu, click on "Active"
- Your active listings will be displayed and you will see a column called "Custom Label" which is where you would enter the SKU for that listing. In order for it to be grouped properly, it must match exactly with the SKU on your other marketplaces.
- After you add your eBay account in Appeagle, your eBay listings will be downloaded with the SKU's that you set.