Seller support sent me a link, I was unable to find “how to get it”.
How to get what?
Note: a SKU is an Alphanumerica code you assign to your items.
- It can be anything you want it to be.
- It has to be unique, cannot be duplicated.
- If you don’t assign an Item a SKU Amazon will auto generate one for you.
This link will bring you to your inventory.
You will see a column called SKU
Your SKU is visible on the [Manage Inventory|https://sellercentral.amazon.com/inventory/ref=ag_invmgr_tnav_xx_?tbla_myitable=sort:%7B%22sortOrder%22%3A%22DESCENDING%22%2C%22sortedColumnId%22%3A%22date%22%7D;search:;pagination:1;] page. This value is entered by you when you create an offer, or is automatically assigned when creating an offer if you do not provide one.
Where you find it is where you track it. Do you write down your SKUs or track them in a spreadsheet? If you do not keep a record of them yourself, since they are specifically set or assigned to you the seller, then you would have to find it from the ‘Manage Inventory’ page.
What link did they send you and for what purpose?
Just so you know the SKU will be something like this: U7-PWSF-S3DA – just in case you did not know what you were looking for.
Note: Some sellers use the SKU to help them Identify & find their items.
Perhaps you sell a book - the starting Letter can be a “B”
Jerwelry = “J”
Home stuff = “H”
Perhaps you keep the item on the 3rd shelf down on the left
Perhaps you want the year you got it or listed it or when it was created.
You can keep going up until 40 Characters!
So you can build your sku to assist you using codes you understand.
It informed me what a SKU is and it’s importance. But not where to find it.
Thank you so much for making it simple
Thank you, I didn’t know where to find it. I got it now.
Oh wow! That is really good information, thank you