With the integration turned on in both BQool and InventoryLab, the cost amounts are automatically synched. However, customers who enter the Min Price and Max Price while listings products in InventoryLab could save more time by importing the Min and Max data to BQool Repricing Central by exporting these amounts from InventoryLab.
When customers create a new batch in InventoryLab to enter Min and Max Price, the available settings are:
Do Not Capture: To entirely leave the Min Price and Max Price boxes out.
Send to Amazon: To send Min and Max Prices to Seller Central along with the rest of the products details included in the batch.
Save to InventoryLab: This will include the Min Price and the Max Price on the list page instead of sending this amount to Amazon, and then they will only be saved in InventoryLab.
After customers have listed all items, created shipping, and completed the listing workflow, the batch is automatically archived or closed for them.
All these batches can be found under the list tab on the Closed Batches tab.
Locate the batch and click the link that appears in the Name column.
Locate the file on the computer and open it on the preferred spreadsheet software.
In the Repricing Central Report, the customer can enter the Preferred Repricing Rule, Shipping Amount, Group Name, and Enable Repricing.
The Min Price and Max Price amounts are already in this sheet.
The Repricing Central Report is exported in a “CSV” file format from InventoryLab, so after customers enter any new data, they have to save it as a “TXT” format before importing it to BQool.
To do this, click File, it should be on the top of the screen, and select “Save As” from the menu.
Now the file is saved in a “TXT” format.
Go to the “Upload File” section of the BQool account and select the “Repricing Central File” as the type of file you would like to upload.
Click “Locate File to Upload”, locate it on the computer, and click “Open”
The file will be successfully attached. Finally, click “Upload Now” to complete the process.
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