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notforgottenvintage

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Hello, I have been on ArtYah for a few weeks now and am very happy with how everything is going.

I faithfully fill out Variations of Color and Size, but I don't see where these Variations show up.
I don't see them on my listing, or any other listing that I look at, even if I am not signed in.

Are they right in front of me, and I'm just missing them?
Thanks for any response.
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I think the buyer sees the. I was also puzzled so I went onto another shop and saw them.
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Where on the listing do you see the variations.
I've viewed many listings that I'm interested in, and still do not see them.
Are they right in front of me, and I'm not seeing them....that happens!
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The variations I have seen are usually when a buyer has more than one of the same item. For example, if you shop Ifonka you will see choices for color, size, etc. Unfortunately, there are no variations for price.

I would appreciate if you would check out my site and see if you see variations, particularly where I have more than one hat listed. I will check your shop.

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Just checked your shop. It appears that most of your listings are unique single items but I did notice some variations on you salt and pepper shakers. You have color variations listed; however, my understanding is that you would use this if you were selling both the skunk set, and the duck set together. Qty. would be 2, Primary Color would be yellow/red, secondary color would be black/white.

I am a newbie too, so I might be totally wrong. My understanding of variations is that if I have 10 hats in the exact same pattern, but different sizes, or different colors, it saves me from making 10 separate listings, while letting buyers know what choices they have.

Hope this helps.

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notforgottenvintage

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Your shop is lovely...what beautiful work.

Yes, I see the variations in your shop.
Then I went to one of my listings.....and there it was!
It's the first time I saw (or noticed) those arrows on the right side.

Thank you so much for your help.
Now I know that my variations are in my listings.
Appreciate!
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I was thinking that vintage items, listing only one, might be a factor.
Interesting that some variations show up, and some do not.
I will keep using the variations since they are available to me.
 
Thanks for checking some of my lisitings!
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Thanks for your comments. Glad we were able to help each other. It's one of the things that I love about Artyah.
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I thought the variations were for google to help find your items by adding more keywords?
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I thought the variations were for google to help find your items by adding more keywords?


Those would be the tags, not variations. I use variations to offer different colors and sizes for my items.

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Am I understanding correctly that if I have four milk bottles for sale at $5.75 each, there's no way to put in if they want 2 bottles and a cost for them...3 bottles and a price for them. I'm a little confused. thanks

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Am I understanding correctly that if I have four milk bottles for sale at $5.75 each, there's no way to put in if they want 2 bottles and a cost for them...3 bottles and a price for them. I'm a little confused. thanks



This would be quantity, not variations unless you have pink, blue and green milk bottles and they have to choose.

You set a price for a quantity of one, and then it is doubled for two, trebled for three etc.

If the postage is not doubled for two you can put the amount the additional postage would be in the postage section.

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Thanks so much for replying back to me with this. Completely understand.

Blessings,

~ ALANA ~ 
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