eMag accont configuration

BaseLinker offers two-way integration with eMag, which allows not only to import orders but also to list offers based on products from the warehouse in bulk with just a few clicks.

 

Integration with eMag module enables:

 

  • importing orders from all eMag accounts to the BaseLinker panel,
  • forwarding orders to an online store,
  • bulk listing on eMag based on products from a warehouse connected to the BaseLinker system (it can be an online store warehouse, wholesaler warehouse, BaseLinker warehouse or ERP system).
  • basic offer management,
  • automatic relisting,
  • stock synchronization,

 

How to link eMag account

To connect your account, follow these steps:

 

  1. Go to Integrations.
  2. Click the green button ‘+Add integration’, and then in the ‘Marketplace’ section select ‘eMag‘.
  3. Add Partner IP.
  4. Add the name of your account.
  5. Select region.
  6. Congratulations!

You can connect as many marketplace accounts as you want! This does not affect the subscription fee 🙂

 

Integration settings

When you add a new account you will see 6 tabs:

 

  • Connection – here you can test if the connection is correct.
  • Orders – here you can activate the download of orders. However, we recommend that you first configure Order Manager.
  • Listing settings – here you can choose a template, price list and category for your entire account.
  • Order statuses
  • Prices – the price synchronization module will allow you to automatically synchronize prices in offers according to the prices of products in stock.
  • Stock – the stock synchronization module will allow you to automatically synchronize offer stock according to warehouse.

 

The eMag module

On the left side of the BaseLinker panel you will see the eMag module. Here you will find 6 tabs:

 

  • Listing – here you list your offers. To proceed to the listing form, select the warehouse, eMag account and products and click ‘List selected (form)’.
  • Offer management – here you can update existing offers. You can also import offers listed outside BaseLinker (and manage them directly in the panel) and export auctions for further analysis.
  • Categories and parameters – in this tab you will select your favourite categories and you will map the parameters
  • Offers templates.
  • Associations – here you can assign marketplace categories and shipping templates to the category (or products) from the warehouse.

 

Configuration

To list offers with literally a few clicks, configure the eMag module by following these steps:

 

  1. Connect account in Integrations → Add new integration.
  2. Select your favorite categories in eMag  → Categories and parameters → eMag categories. This way your favorite categories will be visible from a drop-down list on listing form.
  3. Complete the offer settings in Integrations → eMag → Offer settings. Please complete here the default form settings (e.g. duration, offer format, multiplier, etc.).
  4. Map parameters in eMag  → Categories and parameters → eMag parameters. Thanks to the created rules, offer parameters will be completed automatically on the listing form.
  5. Create category and product links in eMag  → Associations.
  6. Congratulations, you have just fully set up your account 🙂

 

Correct configuration of the module allows bulk listing of your offers with just a few clicks 🙂

 

To get the most out of the system, follow these steps:

 

  1. Configure the price synchronization module in Integrations → eMag → Prices.
  2. Configure stock synchronization module in Integrations → eMag → Stock.
  3. Configure the Order Manager and activate order downloading to BaseLinker in Integrations → eMag → Orders.

 

Listing offers

Now you can proceed to the real sales 🙂

 

  1. List your first offers.
  2. Offers can be marked as offers relisted automatically
  3. If you have listed offers outside BaseLinker, you can import them following instructions in Import offers and products

 

Remember that for proper use of the system every offer should be correctly linked to product in the warehouse.

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