How long do new item listings take to post?

How long do new item listings take to post? I posted a listing a few hours ago and I was just curious on how Bonanza’s servers are designed when it comes to posting new listings and how long it takes for them to go live. Thanks

asked about 1 month ago

3 Answers

As said above..items should go live immediately unless there is something missing or is under review.

Go to your add/edit screen..there should be a list looks like this (on computer)

The green are live
The orange are ready, click on the dropdown menu (small down arrow) and click on Set to For-Sale

The yellow are items that are missing something that prevent them for going live..open the edit…should tell you at top of listing what is missing

Gray is reserved (not visible to buyers)

If you have something that has a Red dot then it is under review

Check to see if your listing is in the right category to be live

answered about 1 month ago

ccmom
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I think they go Live immediately, although they might take a while to show up in Bonanza search. Occasionally a new listing gets flagged for Bonanza to review, and if that happens then it can take a while… but otherwise it’s very fast.

answered about 1 month ago

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KazooDecor June 02, 2020

I just looked at your store. It’s strange, because it says “showing 1 total product”, but then I don’t see any product showing up… Not sure why that is, but you might need to reach out to Bonanza support.

Can you share more information about the same?

answered about 1 month ago

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