If your shop is syndicated by Etsy for upload to Google Merchant (see here for how to check), then you need to get your already-in-shop items put into the feed.
While many were struggling through editing 100 or more items one at a time to trigger the items inclusion in Google Merchant’s database, OhFaro put on her thinking cap and came up with a brilliant short cut, and sean11 (an admin) confirmed that it will work:
You only have to do this once, and only after you are syndicated to get your existing stock into the feed unless you put your shop in vacation mode, in which case you’ll have to do it again when you come out of vacation mode.
All newly added, relisted/renewed & edited listings will be sent to Google Merchant automatically once you are syndicated.
In Your Etsy at the bottom of the list of items there’s a box next to Select All, check it.
Right below that is a button that says Deactivate, click it.
On the left side of the page, under Items click Inactive listings.
At the bottom of the list of items there’s a box next to Select All, check it. Please note: If you have items in inactive that you want to keep in inactive, you’ll need to uncheck those boxes before activating your items, and make sure all items that are supposed to be activated are since some may be bumped to the inactive section’s page 2.
Right below that is a button that says Activate, click it.
So that whole page of items is ready for upload to Google Merchant Center now. Repeat that for every page of items you have listed on Etsy, and they’ll all be added to GM in the next 24 to 48 hours.
Future listings, renewals and edits will be automatically added by Etsy. This is just for your initial syndication upload.
Please note: I have found that some items didn’t respond to whole shop enabling so I went and edited them individually and that seemed to get them in.
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