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How to Create a Master eBay Template?
How to Create a Master eBay Template?

How to create a professional, mobile-optimized, 100% eBay policy compliant master template.

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Written by Victor
Updated over a week ago

CrazyLister allows you to create one master template for all of your listings, with auto-populating place-holders.

With a master template,  you can save time by having just one template to make changes on, and do not require a new template for every new listing.

Here's how to do it:

1) Click on the eBay auction icon on the left-side menu panel, select "My Templates", then click on the green "+ CREATE NEW TEMPLATE" button at the top of the page:

2) Pick a template theme that suits your store style.

Most CrazyLister templates, aside from the basic/blank template, are already designed with title, description and image gallery elements for your template. You can move them around and arrange them on the template as you please by simply clicking and dragging them around the template. See below.

Note: Product Title, Product Description and Image Gallery are all place-holder elements that will automatically be populated with your eBay product information once the template is applied to your live eBay listings.

3) Once you’re happy, save the template by clicking 'Save' at the top right corner, and then click 'Next' to continue to the "Listings" page, or go back to the "My Templates" page.

On the "Listings" page, you can apply the template to your listings. Click here for information on how to apply your template to your listings. 

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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