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multiple like items auctions Wed Dec 31, 2008 10:09 PM Quote
mikes5785
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Would it be or is it possible to enter multiple snipes for similar items i.e. Jag season 3 and then have myibay cancel remaining snipes after winning an auction

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 Wed Dec 31, 2008 10:28 PM Quote
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Welcome to our forums.

Yes, you can do that. That feature called "Groups".
Please check this FAQ sections for more information:
http://www.myibay.com/login/faq/2/#q10
http://www.myibay.com/login/faq/2/#q11

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multiple like items auctions -- groups Wed Dec 31, 2008 10:46 PM Quote
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I just found the groups "area" and am exploring it but how do I get the auctions from the buying/watching screen into the group desired? or am I missing something here?

So far looks great

Mike

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 Wed Dec 31, 2008 10:54 PM Quote
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Never Mind I figured it out

Thanks

Mike




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 Wed Dec 31, 2008 11:15 PM Quote
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mikes5785 wrote:
I figured it out

Great Mike!
Good luck sniping :-)

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 Wed Dec 31, 2008 11:25 PM Quote
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To quote that infamous TV insurance commercial so simple even a caveman can do it

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 Mon Mar 16, 2009 07:14 AM Quote
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mikes5785 wrote:
To quote that infamous TV insurance commercial so simple even a caveman can do it


On the other hand I do not find it that simple.

I never use the stage and payment columns - That's a job I do within ebay.

But I need myibay in order to move something to another group for a one item only bidding. It's difficult to assign the group later on and it's not that simple as it could be for the snipe window itself.

My wish would be either
- to select the group on https://www.myibay.com/main or
- to checkbox several items and to call an option value "move all to group XYZ"

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 Mon Mar 16, 2009 01:58 PM Quote
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traut wrote:
My wish would be either
- to select the group on https://www.myibay.com/main or
- to checkbox several items and to call an option value "move all to group XYZ"

I'm afraid that will clutter the main page space too much, because Group feature is mainly used by advanced users only, and most users don't need it on the main page.

The original intentions was the following:
1. Click on the "Snipe" button next to the item.
2. Select a group from the pull-down menu in "My Auction Information" section and click "Change Group" button to submit it.
3. Click "Next" to go to the next item and select a new group again.
That works great if you have a few items to move.

If you have dozens of items, the simplest way to move around with a fewer clicks is to use Windows application:
http://www.myibay.com/download/
This way you can highlight all items you want to move and click "Group" button to select a new group for those highlighted items.

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 Mon Mar 16, 2009 02:10 PM Quote
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thanks - but I do not use Windows. Thus I'm glad that the web version does exist, regardless of the OS, regardless of the work place.

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