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Onboarding: Third Party Listings

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Step 2 Options for Listing Settings

If you are managing a store that is in “Active” or “Inactive” status, see Third Party Listings.

The Third Party Listings section defines if your Magento catalog will import products from your existing Amazon Seller Central listings. We recommend importing listings from Amazon, to ensure all listings have matching Magento products. By having your listings as part of your Magento catalog, you can manage all of your products from a single catalog and leverage Amazon Sales Channel features including fulfillment and order management with Amazon, intelligent repricing, and quantity management.

When set to Import listing, Amazon Sales Channel imports your Amazon listings into your Magento catalog, attempting to match them to existing products. If a match is not automatically found, you can import the Amazon listing as a new Magento product or manually match the listing to a product.

If you choose to import listings, select the Magento attributes with values for Amazon Seller SKU and Amazon ASIN. If you do not have Magento product attributes, consider creating and assigning them. Mapping these attributes helps correctly match imported Amazon listings to your Magento products.

The initial listing import initiates when completing your store’s setup during onboarding. After setup is complete and based on your cron settings, Magento continually checks for newly added Amazon listings (not created in Amazon Sales Channel) and updates your catalog according to these settings.

These settings are part of your store’s Listing Settings. Update these configurations during onboarding through the Listing Settings step.

To configure Third Party Listings settings:

  1. Expand the Third Party Listings section.

  2. For Import Third Party Listings (required), select an option in the drop down:

    • Import Listing: Choose when you want products and information from your Amazon listings to import into your Magento catalog of products. This is the recommended and the default setting.

    • Do Not Import Listing: Choose when you want to manually create and assign new products to your Magento catalog for your Amazon listings.

    The following options fields are only active when you select Import Listing.

  3. For Attribute That Contains Amazon Seller SKU, select the Magento attribute that matches to the Amazon Seller SKU value.

  4. For Attribute That Contains Amazon ASIN, select the Magento attribute that you created and match it to the Amazon ASIN.

    If you did not create these Magento attributes for your Amazon listings, see Creating Attributes for Amazon Matching for information.

When complete, continue to the Listing Price section.

Third Party Listings