How to Export Listings Using eBay File Exchange

Learn how to export your listings from eBay so you can import them to AutoDS

To export your listings directly via eBay and add them to the AutoDS, you first have to check if your previous monitoring system inserted the source item ID in the Custom Label column on your active listings on eBay.


How can you check this? 
Go to your active listings page through eBay's seller hub.

Depending on account layout, one of the following links will take you to the active listings page:

Click Customize or Customize Table:

Mark the Custom Label field:

Click Apply, and you'll be able to see a new column with the item's custom label.

If you can't see the item's source ID in that column, and you see "Add" instead, you won't be able to export the monitoring file. Ask your previous monitoring software for the export file.


If you can see the items' source ID in that column, then you can proceed.

Open eBay File Exchange through the following link, and click Subscribe To File Exchange:


If you never opt-in to eBay's file exchange service before, a new window will pop-up, you'll be asked to accept the terms of use:

After you agreed to the terms, click Start using File Exchange:


Inside the File Exchange Center, create a new download request:

On the following page, choose "Active" under Listings and records to export only the active listings.
Change the email address field to your email address.
You don't have to change anything else. It should look like this:

In a few minutes you'll receive an email with your export file:


Next, you will need to make sure it fits the format of the untracked products in order to add them to your account and have your products monitored with AutoDS.

You can learn how to do it here


If you have further questions that were not answered in this article, please do not hesitate and turn to us at the support chat - we will be more than happy to assist you. 
LUD: January 25th, 2021