To import Amazon products into the Products Catalog in CrazyLister, all you need is an ASIN CSV file with four pieces of information: sku, asin, price, and quantity.

The ASIN CSV file should have four columns and look like this:

Note:  Please make sure that the product ASINs are from, ASINs from other Amazon country sites will not work at this time.

Don't have a CSV file with your product ASINs yet?
You can download your Amazon Inventory Report by clicking below:

Don't sell on Amazon?
Check out this guide on how to find your products' ASINs:

Once you've got the CSV file ready, follow the steps below:

1) Click on the Products Catalog icon at the top of the left-side menu panel:

2) Click on "IMPORT ⮟" at the top left corner of the page, and select " products" from the drop-down menu:

3) In the pop-up that appears, click "PICK A CSV FROM YOUR COMPUTER" to select the file for upload. Once you have selected the file, click "START IMPORT".

4) Your products will now begin uploading and populating the table on the page. Please note that it may take some time for all of your products to load, depending on the amount of products you have imported.

TIP: There will also be a horizontal scroll bar on this page. To scroll horizontally using the mouse or touch-pad, hold SHIFT and scroll.


How do I check the status of the import?

After you have imported a CSV file, you can follow the steps in this article to learn how to review the status of the import and check for errors:

Moreover, you will also have a notification appear at the top-right of the dashboard, letting you know many products were created and providing you with a direct link to view more details in the "Imports Management" page:

If you have any more questions, you can search our Help Center or, click on the chat tool in the bottom right corner and we'll be happy to help!

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