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Order Import:

Orders from your Amazon store must be manually downloaded to your Miva Merchant store. See:

Menu> Marketplaces - Amazon > Listings tab > Get Orders button.

The Order Import field lets you control which orders are downloaded.

  • Do Not Import Amazon Orders: no orders from your Amazon store will be downloaded.
  • Import Amazon Orders if at Least One Matching Product is Found: if the Amazon order contains at least one product that is in your Miva Merchant store, the order is downloaded.
  • Import all Amazon Orders: All orders from your Amazon store are downloaded, even if they are for products that do not exist in your Miva Merchant store.
Share Inventory With Amazon Listings:

Use this feature to automatically share the inventory that you have in your Miva Merchant store with your Amazon store. If you have quantity 100 of an item in your Miva Merchant store, a customer in your Amazon store will see quantity 100 available. Note that, instead of making your entire Miva store inventory available in your Amazon store, you can also select how much of your Miva store inventory can be purchased in your Amazon store. See Update Inventory.

The Share Inventory With Amazon Listings feature has no effect unless you are tracking inventory in your Miva Merchant store.

  1. If you are tracking inventory in your Miva Merchant store and
  2. This feature is enabled, and
  3. The inventory of a product changes in either your Amazon store or your Miva Merchant store:
  4. The change will be propagated between both stores. The change to inventory could be caused by a purchase or by manually changing the inventory of a product.

    The synchronization is done automatically about once every hour. The synchronization frequency is not configurable.

If this feature is not enabled and you make an inventory change in your Amazon or Miva Merchant store, you have to manually synchronize the inventory between your stores:

  1. Go to Menu> Marketplaces - Amazon > Listings tab.
  2. Select the product whose inventory has changed.
  3. Click Update Inventory

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