If you’re still using Item Spec 3.2, it’s time to upgrade! This means that, beginning October 1, 2022, our system will no longer support item maintenance via Item Spec 3.2. See below for new features you’re going to love with Item Spec 4X:
Item Spec 4.5 is also coming soon with much-anticipated shipping restrictions! Keep an eye out for updated API documentation later this month.
You can now maintain competitive pricing more effectively with the Walmart Marketplace Repricer! By leveraging our automated technology, you can help set up successful pricing strategies and stay up to date on varying market conditions. And now, you can take advantage of four new columns in the On-Request Item Report (version 3).
The new columns are:
Earlier this month, we sent an email to let you know about the important updates regarding Order Cancellations. As reminder, in the coming weeks, all sellers integrated via API or through a Solutions Provider will be required to make the appropriate API call updates found here.
Here’s what’s changing:
As a reminder, beginning June 30, Pre-Generated Item Reports will no longer be available. And, beginning July 30, ALL Pre-Generated Reports will be decommissioned.
Instead, access the following information through On-Request Reports:
- Item Performance
- Delivery Defects
- Buy Box Status
New, streamlined ad-serving criteria are available for Sponsored Products campaigns. These enhancements deliver value to advertisers and connect Walmart customers with relevant products.
Reach out to Walmart Connect to explore what we offer to sellers like you. And learn more about the benefits and details of search-relevancy enhancements for search and browse in-grid placements.
When fulfilling domestic orders under the DHL carrier name, sellers will soon see an updated display name, ‘DHL Ecomm – US‘. This update will allow tracking numbers and statuses for DHL shipments to populate for shipped orders. With this update, we aim to improve the customer experience and help reduce the number of tracking inquiries submitted by customers.
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