Auto Adjust Min/Max Feature- Listing Level

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When the Auto Adjust Min/Max (or simply Auto-Adjust) is enabled this feature will automatically calculate a users minimum and maximum prices based on cost and intended markup that the user provides. By default, this price is based on the purchase cost, any additional costs, and Amazon fees associated with selling.

Auto-Adjust Min/Max Feature- Listing Level

When Auto Adjust/Tiered Markup is enabled on the store level, users can choose to disable it on the listing level. 

Auto-Adjust can be disabled on the min or max price.

When Auto Adjust is turned on at the store level (enabled) listings will look like this


When these tick boxes (shown above) are checked they will be excluded from the Auto-Adjust feature. Meaning, whenever there are any cost or fee changes the min price or max price will NOT auto-adjust. Although, the min and max prices will still adjust if you manually change the markups on cost.

Disable Auto Adjust can be used on either the min or max price and on both simultaneously.

When Auto-Adjust is enabled at the store level, there are three ways to re-adjust each listing:

Main Listings page (listing level)

Listing’s Pop-Out window (listing level)

How Auto-Adjust reacts

Refer to the chart below to see how changes in specific fields affect each other. 

Disable from Main Listing's Page

When you manually change either the min or max price a lock will appear in the “markup on cost” field:

In this example, the min price was manually changed on the main listings page. This caused the min markup to change and lock. The revert icon lets you know that the store level markup has been overridden. 

If you want to revert the markup back to the store level markup click the red revert button. 

This will cause the correlating markup to reset to the store level and will re-adjust the correlating price.

When setting through the listing’s pop-out window

You are able to disable Auto-Adjust through the listing’s pop-out window with the same results as the main listings page.

Through a CSV import

When Auto Adjust is enabled at the store level you can disable/re-enable Auto Adjust on multiple SKUs through the CSV import.

The CSV only needs the SKU and the disable Auto Adjust columns:



(Be sure to delete all columns that are not SKU and disable auto adjust)

Yes: To turn off Auto Adjust

No: To turn on Auto Adjust

When Auto Adjust is enabled at the store level the CSV export will look like this:

If you want to disable Auto Adjust you will need to change the “no” to “yes”:

If you want to change these listings back to store markup, in bulk, then do an export and use the same titles again:  set_min_markup and set_max_markup. In these columns, write the word "reset" for any listing where you want to use the store default again.

Uploading this CSV to Seller Snap will translate in these listings now having their checkboxes ticked: 

Then re-enabling Auto-Adjust through a CSV import your listing’s markups will lock at their current markup. The listings you have re-enabled Auto-Adjust on will look like this:

You will need to click the red revert button in order to re-enable the store level markup. 

When disabling auto-adjust on specific listings, it is important to note that if you import new auto adjust min and max numbers the previously disabled listings will no longer be disabled, you will need to manually re-disable them through a CSV import or through the UI.

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