The Ineligible tab shows a list of all the products that are currently published on Amazon but are not eligible as a listing based on your current listing rules. If a previous product was eligible and the listing rules are modified to make it now ineligible, the quantity associated with a product drops to 0 and the product is marked as ineligible. However, it is still present on your Amazon Seller Account.
To move a product out of the Ineligible tab, you can modify your listing rules to allow your products to be eligible.
The available actions on the Ineligible tab include:
End Listing(s) on Amazon: Choose to remove all selected listings from the Amazon Marketplace. See End an Amazon Listing.
Under Select in the Action column:
View Details: Choose to view listing details, including the Listing Activity Log, Buy Box Competitor Pricing, and Lowest Competitor Pricing. This action is for viewing only. No changes can be made in the listing details. See View Details.
Create Override: Choose to create an override and apply it to this listing. See Create an override.
Edit Assigned ASIN: Choose to modify the ASIN assigned to your catalog product. This action is used if a product in your catalog was matched to the wrong ASIN. See Edit an Assigned ASIN.
Create Alias Seller SKU: Choose to create an Alias SKU that can be used to create an Amazon listing from the same catalog product. See Create an Alias Seller SKU.
Switch to Fulfilled by Amazon/Merchant: Choose to change the fulfillment method associated to the order. See Configure Fulfilled By settings.
End Listing: Choose to remove the listing from the Amazon Marketplace. See End an Amazon Listing.
If you have listings in process, the number of listings is displayed in a message above the tabs.
Amazon sales channel home pages share some common workspace controls that allow you to customize the data that is displayed.
|Amazon Seller SKU||The SKU (Stock Keeping Unit) assigned by Amazon to a product to identify the product, options, price, and manufacturer.|
|ASIN||A unique block of 10 letters and/or numbers that identify items.
ASIN stands for the Amazon Standard Identification Number. An ASIN is a unique block of 10 letters and/or numbers that identify items. For books, the ASIN is the same as the ISBN number, but for all other products a new ASIN is created when the item is uploaded to their catalog. You can find an items ASIN on the product detail page on Amazon, along with further details relating to the item.
|Product Listing Name||The name of the product.|
|Condition||The condition of the product.|
|Landed Price||The listing price for the product plus its shipping price.|
|Amazon Quantity||The quantity available when the product is actively listed on Amazon.|
|Action||List of available actions that can be applied to a specific listing. To apply an action, click Select in the Action column and select an option:|