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Default Store Settings
The information on this page is intended for Adobe Commerce 2.3 customers who are on an extended support contract. The Adobe Commerce Merchant Documentation for current releases is published on the Adobe Experience League.
After your store is connected and you’ve set up your first listing rule, the sync of data between Amazon and Magento starts. There are several types of store settings that allow you to customize your store for your needs. Store settings are accessed on the store dashboard.
Store settings include:
Listing settings - Control how your product catalog interacts with the Amazon marketplace.
Order settings - Control how Amazon orders are managed.
Listing rules - Define which catalog products are eligible to be listed on Amazon.
Pricing rules - Define how the Amazon list price will be altered for qualified listings.
- Store reports - Competitive price analysis and listing improvements.
Logs - Listing changes and communication errors.
- Store integration settings - Review email and Amazon Sales Channel store name settings in the Magento Admin.
Some Important Default Settings
|Import Amazon Orders||
||Creates corresponding Magento orders when new orders are received from Amazon, allowing orders to be managed in the Magento Orders workflow. When
||Customer data from Amazon orders is not imported into your Magento database. Imported Amazon orders are processed as a guest checkout. If you want to build your Magento customer database, you will want to change this setting to
|Automatic List Action||
||Magento catalog products (that meet Amazon’s eligibility requirements) to automatically publish to Amazon and create new Amazon Listings. If you want to manually review and publish your products, you’ll want to change this setting to
||Product Listing Actions|
|Magento Price Source||
||Defines the price source attribute used as the base for your Amazon listings. If you do not want to use the Magento
|Product Fulfilled By||
||The merchant will fulfill all orders. If you use Fulfillment by Amazon or use a mix of fulfillment methods, you will want to change this.||Fulfilled by|
|Listing Product Condition||
||If all your products are the same condition, you can select one of the Amazon condition options to represent all of your products. If your catalog contains products in different conditions (New, Used, Refurbished, etc.), you must change this setting to Assign Condition Using Product Attribute and map your Magento condition attributes to your Amazon listing conditions.||Product Listing Condition|
|Listing Rules||none||Define the rules to determine which products Amazon Sales Channel will publish to Amazon. These rules provide many options to create simple to complex rules to include or exclude products as listings.||Listing Rules|
|Pricing Rules||none||Define your Amazon listing price attribute different than the defined Magento Price Source in your Listing Price. Create rules to adjust your listing price (up or down) against your Magento Price Source setting.||Pricing Rules|
For more information, see Store Settings.