Adding Tags to your listings is a very powerful ability that can be used in multiple tools for multiple workflows. Our tag capabilities are designed to sustain a more organized (and seamless) process of managing listings and orders.

What are Tags and what do they do?

You can think of tags like labels for your listings that only you and your team can see. Adding Tags to your listings can save a lot of time when managing items and processing orders.

Some ways you might use Tags:

  • label the supplier information,

  • log the item's warehouse location,

  • make Custom Filters for certain types of items,

  • keep track of items that have been copied/imported,

  • and log other information about your listings.

Tools to use with Tags on listings:

  • Listings Manager's filters (to view items with certain tags),

  • viewed in the Orders Manager (for reference to location, supplier, etc.),

  • and even included in Orders and Listings CSV reports with Report Center (to create picklists, purchase orders, etc.).

In this article:


Add Tags with the listings table

  • Show the Tags column (if hidden).

  • Click the Add Tag button:

  • Type the tag in the input and press Enter to apply the tag.


Add Tags in the listing editor

  • When editing a listing, you can apply tags in the Product Details section under General Settings:


Apply tags to eBay listings in bulk

  • Select listings with the checkboxes in the left-hand column.

  • Then, select Tags from the Bulk Actions menu:

  • In the pop-up, you can select or enter a custom tag, and also remove tags.


Apply Tags in a CSV when importing listings

  • When importing listings via CSV, you can include Tags by using the header column "Tags."

  • If including multiple tags, separate them with a comma:

SKU

Title

Tags

ITEM_1

eBay Listing Product

One Tag

ITEM_2

eBay Listing Product 2

First Tag,Second Tag


Example Use Case: Use tags to create a purchase order

In this example, we will add tags to listings to filter items from a certain supplier, then quickly create a CSV of items with low inventory to send to your supplier.

Step 1 - Create a filter for your supplier using tags

  • Tag each product from the supplier with the supplier's name

  • Add a filter for the supplier's tag

  • Pro Tip: Use the save button to create a quick filter

Step 2 - Export low inventory items from the supplier

  • Add a filter for low quantity

  • With your filters applied, select all listings

  • Select Export to CSV from the Bulk Actions menu.

You can then use the CSV file to quickly create a purchase order to send to this supplier.


 
 

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