The Reports tab in Seller Hub makes it easier for high-volume sellers to manage their eBay business in bulk. Using templates, sellers can create and upload files to add, revise, relist, and end listings. Sellers who previously used File Exchange will find its core functionality has moved to Reports together with a number of improvements.
Quickly create listings in bulk
Identify and fix errors in your listings in bulk
Create, download, and schedule reports
Upload report templates (coming soon)
Find items that have been paid or posted
Mark items as dispatched
If you previously used File Exchange you will find its core functionality is now in Reports, including the ability to create active listings reports, sold reports, revise price and quantity reports. All commonly used reports and templates are backward compatible. For ease of access, you can bookmark this new tab or select Reports from the Seller Hub Overview page.
If you’re a first time user of Reports, all you need to get started is an eBay account with access to Seller Hub. Business sellers are automatically opted in to Seller Hub. Private sellers just need to have made at least one sale to get access.
You will have to schedule brand new reports for your order management logistics.
If you have been using File Exchange via the URL link in a programmatic way be aware that this will no longer be available. To integrate programmatically, you will have to migrate to the Feed API.
You can generate, download, and keep track of reports on your orders and listings from the Download section. Reports are very useful for a number of reasons, including record-keeping, auditing and order fulfillment. For example, you can create a scheduled order fulfillment report to automatically update shipping details at a frequency that suits you, saving you a lot of manual work.