How do you edit an item which has a bonanza dropdown description.

For example, I’ve listed a fur vest, but I inadvertently selected “Beaver” from the dropdown. However, the fur type the I needed is “Goat” but it’s not on the dropdown. How can I remove Beaver from the description. Is it possible for Bonanza to add “Other” to this dropdown? Thanks for your response.

asked about 1 month ago

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answered about 1 month ago

go to fur type

Type in the word Goat when the blue link appears, click on it and goat will be in the fur type..

It will also remove the previous selection

answered about 1 month ago

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You should be able to type in your preferred value for that dropdown (eg, “Goat”), then you’ll see a popup where you have to select “Add ‘Goat’ to the XYZ category” (where XYZ is whatever the category/tag is). That should do it.

answered about 1 month ago

You can access the edit item page by hovering your mouse over the “Selling” link in the upper left corner of any page then selecting “Add or edit items” from the drop down. Once you’re on the “Add or edit items” page, simply click the “Edit” link on the tool menu that shows above each item.

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