Connect Etsy to Craftybase
Learn how Craftybase imports your Etsy data.
This article will guide you through how to connect to Etsy, and what types of data we can import into your Craftybase account.
Etsy is a third-party e-commerce platform that makes it easier for small creators and businesses to expand their reach.
Our Etsy ➝ Craftybase integration allows you to import your products and orders from this channel, so that you can be sure that your inventory levels are always automatically factoring in sales from this source.
Connect to Etsy
To connect your Etsy store to Craftybase, follow the directions in our help article: Connect your Etsy sales channel »
Once you have your connection successfully created, imports from Etsy will occur automatically each day, at 5am in your local time zone. You can also run a manual import if required between the daily scheduled imports.
Your first import will, by default, attempt to download all data from your Account Start Date.
Note: Regardless of the date range selected, Craftybase will import all listings found on Etsy and create these as products as they are required for linking to past and future orders / fees. If you do not wish to track some of these products, you can archive these and they will be removed from most views and reports.
It is recommended that you always create your products on Etsy where possible and then import them to create as products in Craftybase. This means that your external references will be correct from the start and you will not need to do any merging between your manually created products and imported ones.
Listings from Etsy will be imported as both Products and Listings in Craftybase. More details on the rules we apply can be found here: How does Craftybase import products from my sales channels?
All listings from Etsy will be imported as Active, unless they are set as Removed in Etsy in which case they will be marked as Archived.
It is strongly recommended that listings are not reused for different products on Etsy. This is a breach of the Etsy TOC and will have a significant impact on your ability to track this product in Craftybase.
Each Etsy Sale is imported as a Craftybase Order.
The Etsy Receipt ID is set as the Order Code for reference.
As part of our automatic daily imports, we attempt to identify any orders that have been canceled or adjusted on Etsy. This article explains more about how Craftybase handles canceled orders: About Etsy cancelled orders
Craftybase automatically converts your prices when you import Etsy information in a different currency to the one you have set as your default Craftybase currency . Conversions are calculated based on the European Central Bank published daily conversion rate. for the date the order was created.
Total tax paid by the customer for the order will be recorded in the Tax summary for the order. Please note that this amount will include both automatically remitted marketplace facilitator tax and/or taxes directly collected by the seller.
Etsy Personalisation Options
Craftybase will ignore the Etsy Personalization attribute when creating new variation attributes and variations. We will however include this information in the Order Line Item notes so you are able to include this information into your fulfillment process.
Our Etsy importer checks for any valid and available fees in your Etsy Ledger and imports them according to the help article here: About Imported Etsy Fees.
Please note: not all fees charged by Etsy to sellers are currently available to us via the API.
Purchases made via Etsy will not be imported as part of our sales channel importing process.
As part of the Etsy import process, Craftybase imports your configured Etsy Listing Variation Properties and stores these against each of your Products.
Combinations of these properties are used to create Craftybase Variations.
Whenever you sell a Listing with configured variation properties on Etsy, the variation selected by the customer is linked to your Order Line Item in Craftybase via the Craftybase Variation.