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Please read this quick guide before using CrossLister to ensure you use it effectively and maximize its potential.

You need to install a Chrome extension to use CrossLister. If you haven't installed it yet, please go to this Chrome Extension Page and click on the Add to Chrome button to install it.

You also need a CrossLister account. If you don't have one yet, please click the Sign Up button to register an account.

Crosslisting in 3 Steps

Step 1, connect to your marketplaces. It's simple, just log in to your marketplaces in the same browser and switch to the Marketplaces Tab, then click the Connect button.

connect to your marketplaces

Step 2, create or import products. You can click the Create Item button in the upper right corner of the page to create a new product. Alternatively, you can click on the Import Listings tab to import your products from other marketplaces.

create or import products

Step 3, click on a specific product, select a marketplace where you want to list it, fill in the required information, and then click on the List button.

select a marketplace and fill in info
click the list button

Best Practices

We suggest that you use CrossLister as the single source of truth for your products. This means that you will create new products in CrossLister and then cross-list them to other marketplaces. It also means that CrossLister will serve as the central system for managing all of your products.

To make this workflow more efficient, we have developed powerful template feature to help you quickly create products. If you would like to learn more about the best practices for using CrossLister, please read this article:

Another Option

If you are used to creating new products on a certain platform (such as Depop or Shopify), you can also use that platform as the single source of truth, and then use CrossLister's import tool to import the products from that platform into CrossLister.

On CrossLister, you can create some "patch templates" to supplement missing fields in those imported products. After importing the products, you can apply these patch templates to the imported products so that they are ready to be cross-listed.

For example, if you import products from Shopify and want to cross-list them on Depop, you need to fill in the country/city, shipping cost and other information required by the Depop platform. You only need to save this information in advance in a "patch template", and then apply this template to the imported products.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.