Support: MerchTools

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Dustin Scott

May 3, 2020

Not working

Is this extension dead? It just redirects to the Merch homepage for me. Any hope of this great extension being revived?

Michael Stevens

Dec 23, 2019

Update

Will this get an update now that Merch doesn't cap at 10k listings?

Kelli Roberts

Nov 11, 2019

Is this possible for KDP?

Is it possible to create something like this for KDP books? It would be really cool to see all books in our catalog, along with the publication date. This is nearly impossible on KDP right now, unless you have a small catalog. Thanks!

A Chrome Web Store user

Dec 21, 2018

New filter option for QuickEditor

Please allow us to filter products in QuickEditor by our merch brand name. Most of us use multiple brand names to categorize our products.

Thanks!

Kimberlee Fowler

Nov 26, 2018

Brand

Will you add a column to edit the brand?

Emili D.

Sep 30, 2018

Exporting desings list

What happened with the opcionts of exportings all the designs in a list????

Dan Horowitz

Sep 13, 2018

MerchTools no longer working

Hey there.

I am trying to use the quick editor and I am finding that the extension is no longer working at all. I have zero functionality. I already cleared my cache and deleted and reloaded the extension. Anything else I could do, or is this a known issue?

Thanks.

Kristin Harris

Sep 8, 2018

Extension Not Working

When will the extension be working again? Do you have a time frame? Thanks!

Probuddha Nag (PB)

Sep 6, 2018

MerchTools Not Working

Hello,

Merch Tools seemed to have stopped working since today morning. When I click on the icon on Chrome, nothing happens. I reinstalled the extension but still doesn't work.

Kindly advise.

Thanks

Douglas Leonardi

Aug 3, 2018

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