If you've been with Listing Mirror for some time, you will have noticed that we recently changed the Advanced Search on the Manage Listings page. It's not entirely new, as it existed on the Channel Specific Listings page, but for many, this is a first time seeing it.
The new Advanced Search allows you to be significantly more specific and detailed in your searches. And you have more parameters to search by than previously.
Right up front, you will notice that you have several options to choose from. I will go over them here, and list the reasons you may use them.
Condition - This is the condition of the item. Use this if you want to search for all 'New' or 'Used' listings.
Found on Channel - When you only want to look at listings that are found on a specific channel.
Listing Field - This allows you to search any listing field for your listings. You could search for a specific title or SKU. Or maybe you want to search for listings with a specific shipping weight. This one will allow you to do that.
Listing Status - When you want to search for all of your 'incomplete' listings, or all of your 'healthy' listings.
Missing on Channel - The opposite of 'Found on Channel', use when you want to find all of the listings that do not exist on a particular channel.
Warehouse QTY - When you want to find listings with a particular amount of QTY for a particular inventory source.
The Sort By (Ascending/Descending) options determine how you want to order the listings you are viewing from your advanced search. You can order them by SKU, Title, Create Date, Quantity for a specific Inventory Source, or the Price for a particular channel.
Any of these can be combined multiple times with other search terms or with themselves, to allow for in-depth searching. Click add term to add the current filter to your "filter list."
When adding different terms (like title and warehouse quantity), it will be an AND search.
When adding same terms (like two different titles), it will be an OR search.
Now that we've covered the basics, let's go over some examples!
Let's say you want to create new listings on Walmart, but only if the listing has at least 5 MF QTY and "Nike" in the title. You'll be using Amazon listings as a base for creation.
Now we want to find all "used" listings with "blue" in the SKU but only if they have a "healthy" status.
For this, you want to create new eBay listings. So you only want to find listings that are not already found on eBay and have QTY.
Finally, we want to find our Walmart listings with a shipping weight of "1.5" that have less than 5 MF QTY. I will sort them in ascending order by MF QTY.
I thought it'd be useful to add a video of me using the advanced search from start to finish!