Adding fitment notes when listing parts to eBay Motors is simple to setup and begin using. Please note at this time, you can only apply one fitment note to ALL your EPIDs in the product editor, but if you want to add different fitment notes for each EPID, you can do so in bulk. We will go into more details about this after the next section. 

Adding Fitment Note in Product Editor

  1. The first step is creating a custom user field to enter in your Fitment Notes. Go to Settings > Advanced, then click Add Custom User Field. Under Name, enter fitmentnotes. Under Label, enter Fitment Notes 

        2. Next, go to Settings > Channels, open eBay and then scroll down to Fitment Notes Field. Select fitmentnotes and then click Save Settings 

        3. Now, while listing a single item within SureDone, you can enter the Fitment Notes that will apply to all fitments right above selecting the year, make and models the part will fit on. eBay allows 500 characters but the shorter the better. 

        4. To see what this looks like on eBay, hover over the Notes section and you will see what a paragraph would like below. For the sake of the buyer, be brief in this section. 

        5. If you want to use this field in bulk exports or updates, the header would be fitmentnotes

Adding Different Fitment Notes for EPIDs

To apply different fitment notes for each EPID, you can do so via bulk. You will need to use the custom field you created that is mapped to Fitment EPID Field in your eBay channel settings. Then you can set up your bulk upload similar to the following:

There should be double brackets at the beginning of your text and the end. Each set of brackets will contain an EPID value in the first set of quotes, then whatever you want as your fitment note in the second. You may copy/paste the following to get the format down:

 [ ["83281431","FitmentNote1"], ["83253804","FitmentNote2"], ["83360637","FitNote3"] ] 

Then you can validate your JSON at before saving and uploading your file.