How to Use the 'Dynamic Policy Creation' Feature?

Have your eBay Shipping policy created based on the monitored product data!

This article explains AutoDS V1, our current version supporting dropshipping to eBay only. If the images you see do not match your account's ones, it means you are using the newer version (V2), which we will soon offer to all our users. Check out this link for the article relevant to you.

What does this feature do? 

This feature allows you to work with more confidence with different sellers on Amazon and non-prime products. The reason is that it automatically calculates the time it will take to deliver the product to the buyer, and then it changes your shipping policy on eBay accordingly. 

Why should I use this feature? 

This feature will allow you to work with more suppliers on Amazon with no fear of failing to ship the items on time. Working with this feature will decrease the number of out-of-stock products you have on your account since you can increase your maximum shipping time setting.

When you work with the feature, It is recommended to change the 'Maximum shipping time' under MonitorsProducts MonitorAmazon settings to a minimum of 21-23 days so that this feature will work best for you.

How does it work? 

When this feature is enabled, the system scans your active listings every 60 minutes.

It checks the seller's shipping time on Amazon (handling+shipping= total delivery time). It changes the shipping policy on your eBay item according to the product's shipping time on Amazon. The system calculates the number of days it takes the product to arrive at your buyer and creates a new policy.

Note: Dynamic policy creation doesn't work with Hipshipper or Global Shipping program


How can I enable the dynamic policy setting on my AutoDS account? 


Go to MonitorsProducts MonitorAmazon settings. Click on the pencil icon at the bottom of the screen to open the page for edit and then check the Dynamic Policy Creation feature and save the changes. 

If you have further questions about this topic, please do not hesitate to address us at the support chat - we will be more than happy to assist you.

LUD: March 17th, 2021