- Dashboard: the dashboard provides a summary of your current account and some useful links.
- Categories: here you can configure which product categories to synchronize
- Brands: here you can manage the single brands in your store
- Account: here you can manage your Amazon account
- Settings: here you can choose which synchronization method you want to use with Amazon and general options relating to products.
- Orders: here you can see all imported orders and related Storeden orders
- Report: here you can see all your Amazon synchronization reports and you can analyze any errors
- Manual Sync: here you can launch a manual synchronization
- Products Control: here you can see all the orphan listings that are present on Amazon and not in Storeden.
Synchronize: indicates whether a category should be synchronized to the Amazon account
Storeden category: this is the category tree in Storeden. You can synchronize subcategories only
Price variation: here you can change the price once published on Amazon. All products in this category will have the price variation indicated (as a percentage or set number).
Dispatch time: here you can set the processing time from the moment the order is received to the shipment of the products. The expected time will range from 1 to 30 days.
Node: refers to the navigation nodes to which the item needs to be assigned. You can classify your orders by assigning a "browse-node", so that the items will be located within the Amazon virtual warehouse.
Gift options: lets you indicate the possibility of requesting a gift package and/or gift message
Products: refers to the number of products that are inside the specific category.
- Synchronize products: sets automated synchronization with Amazon (which takes place twice a day)
- Download orders from Amazon to Storeden: set whether to automate the order download process from Amazon to Storeden or not
- Update the order status from Storeden to Amazon: If enabled, by setting "status: sent" on Storeden, this information will be transferred to Amazon
- Remove deleted products from Amazon: If a product is deleted from the Storeden platform, it will be removed from Amazon also
- Consider "out of stock" when the quantity is equal to: All products that have a stock count equal or less than the number specified will be marked as 'sold out' on Amazon.
- Title format: you can choose the title format to use in Amazon
Below you can see an example of orders imported from Amazon to Storeden. You can see the Amazon ID, the import timestamp and Storeden ID. By clicking on the Storeden ID, you can open the order details.
The screenshot below shows which products have some incongruities (product available on Amazon and not Storeden).