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Customising your Selling Manager views
Choosing what appears in your Summary view
The Summary view appears first when you go to My eBay. It gives you an overview of your selling activity, reminders about what to do next, and links to frequently-used information such as your scheduled, active, and ended listings. Learn more about the Summary view.
You can customise the Summary view to include what’s most important to you. You can select which sections should be displayed and what’s in each section. For example, you might want your Listing Activity section to show listings that end today or have buyer questions.
Making another view appear first
Depending on how you use Selling Manager, you might want to see another page first when you go to My eBay. For example, you might want to see the Active view first instead of the Summary page.
To choose which page appears first when you go to My eBay:
Choosing the information displayed in other views
In other views, you can choose what information appears with each listing or sales record. The columns available depend on the view. For example, in the Active view you can choose whether to display the listing’s reserve price and number of bids.
To choose the columns to display in a view:
Tip: If you have a large number of listings, you might also want to specify how many listings are displayed per page. You can display as few as 10 listings per page or as many as 200.
Sorting your listings
In each Selling Manager view, an arrow next to the column heading shows you which column is being used to sort your listings. The direction of the arrow, up or down, tells you if your listings are being sorted in ascending or descending order.
To change how listings are sorted:
Filtering your listings
Use the search options at the top of each view to find listings based on criteria you choose.
The search options available depend on the view. For example, in the Sold view you can search for listings based on the buyer or item.
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