Listing Mirror has a wide variety of ways to filter your search results, so you can narrow down what listings show on the Manage Listings page.
Here are some examples of what you can do with filtering:
- Find all SKUs that exist on a particular marketplace
- Find all SKUs with more than 1 FBA QTY
- Find all SKUs that do not exist on a particular marketplace
- Find all SKUs with a price of $9.99
You can stack multiple filters as well:
- Find all SKUs that exist on Amazon and do not exist on eBay
- Find all SKUs that have at least 10 MF QTY and a price greater than $45
- Find all SKUs with used condition and 'Nike' as the brand
- Find all SKUs with errors on a specific channel
Start by clicking on Filter Results.
Right up front, you will notice that you have four options to choose from. I will go over them here, and list the reasons you may use them.
- Is listed on- When you only want to look at listings that are found on a specific channel.
- Is not listed on - When you want to find all of the listings that do not exist on a particular channel.
- Meets the condition of - When you want to search for listings with a particular status: errors, incomplete, healthy, published, hidden, etc
Note: Listing Mirror will show an entire listing in the search results, as long as one of the SKUs match the filter. For example, if you have SKUs A, B, and C as a variation listing, and SKU A exists on eBay, LM will show the entire listing for is listed on eBay, even if SKUs B and C do NOT exist on eBay.
Note: If you are searching for listings that have errors on specific channels, you can get those results by combining the Is listed on and Meets the condition of filters. By filtering for listings that is listed on eBay and also selecting that it meets the condition of has errors, we will only display results that have errors on eBay.
This is the condition of the item. Use this if you want to search for 'New', 'Refurbished', or 'Used' listings.
This allows you to search any listing field for your listings. You could search for a specific title or SKU.
The first dropdown menu is to select the specific field, such as title, SKU, description, brand, etc.
The second dropdown menu is to select the operation: 'contains', 'equals', 'starts with', etc.
The third field is used for the specific value you are looking for in the designated field.
When you want to find listings with a particular amount of QTY for a particular inventory source.
The first dropdown menu is to select your Inventory Source.
The second dropdown menu is to select the operation: 'equal to', 'less than', 'greater than', etc.
The third field is used to designate the quantity amount.