The "Items" list on the admin portal helps admins to manage and view all the products listed on the marketplace.
1. Ability to edit an item within the admin portal
Previously, Marketplace admins have to log in to the seller accounts to help sellers edit item descriptions. After the new updates, Admins can easily edit item descriptions by clicking on the edit button (red box in the screenshot below) in the "Items" page.
Admins will be able to export the Item lists into a .csv file for further data analysis by clicking on "Export CSV" button (green box in the screenshot below) above the edit and delete buttons.
After clicking the edit button, Admins will be brought to an "Edit Item" page that resembles the interface where seller's edit their item listings. Admins will be able to edit all description and fields of the items. Clicking "Save" will edit the items for both buyers and sellers portals.
Note: Admins are recommended to consult the affected seller before doing any edits.
2. View product listing from a buyer perspective
Clicking on any part of an item (demarcated in the red box below) will create a new tab to the product page for buyers. This allows admins to easily view products from the buyer's perspective.
3. Search Bar and Filtering
Admins can use the search bar and filters to find specific items on the marketplace. Clicking on any of the filtering condition will create a drop-down showing the different possible filtering criteria.
For "Last Updated" and "Date Created" filters, clicking on them will show a single pop-up where admins can easily select the start date (left box) and end date (right box). Admins can change the month of the selection period by clicking on the "<" (top left) and ">" (top right) button.
4. Number of Transaction per page
To suit the varied needs of different admins, Admins can select if they want to display 20/50/100 transactions per page.
5. Price Range for items with variants
For items with variants, Admins can see the lowest and highest possible price of the product from the "Price" column on the Item List.
In the example below, the product has 4 different variations, costing $250 (lowest), $265, $270 and $300 (highest). From the Item list, the admin will see $250.00 - 300.00.
6. Aggregated Category
Under the Category column, Admins can see the total number of categories and sub-categories that the product is tagged. Items without sub-categories will only display the number of categories.
In the example below, an item with 3 categories (Watch, Men's Wear and Accessories) and 1 sub-category (Automatic Movement) will display "3 Categories" and "1 Sub-Category" in the Item list.