We are now officially multi-channel!
Seller Ledger now supports a direct integration with Etsy to bring in your product sales, expenses and fee information.
How to link Etsy
From your Dashboard, below your current connected account(s), simply click the “Add Connected Account” button and you will see an updated screen with a new option:
Click on the button with the Etsy logo and follow the steps to give Seller Ledger permission to import your information. If you have more than one Etsy store, just repeat the process for each store.
By default, Seller Ledger will import 90 days worth of transaction history when you connect Etsy. We will then categorize them as follows:
|Etsy value||Seller Ledger Category|
|Order value||Product Sales|
|Shipping Label||Office expense|
|Etsy fees||Commissions & Fees|
If you’d prefer, Seller Ledger also allows you to customize how you’d like to see your Etsy information to be categorized. Just go to the Settings tab and click the Customize button:
We posted earlier about ways you might want to consider using this feature.
Help spread the word to other Etsy sellers
We have seen a number of posts on the Etsy Community about GoDaddy Bookkeeping going away. If you have a chance, we’d love your help in letting folks there know that a new solution is available.
Let us know what you think
We’re always looking for constructive feedback, so please let us know what we can do to make Etsy bookkeeping easier and better. Email us at [email protected]