Your Seller dashboard in My eBay helps you monitor your progress as a seller, maintain excellent customer service, and keep your account in good standing. The Seller dashboard is available to all sellers. The detailed rating section is available to sellers who've received 5 or more detailed seller ratings (DSRs).
Throughout the dashboard, you'll see three symbols that show your at-a-glance status in each performance category:
A green tick indicates that you are excelling and meeting the eBay Top-rated seller requirement in that category. If you have green ticks in every category you're an eBay Top-rated seller.
An orange flag icon gives you a heads up about something that could impact your seller performance standing, and you should work to improve your performance in that area.
A red alert icon means your performance is below standard in a certain area. Providing poor customer service that falls short of buyers' expectations is the usual reason a seller is rated as below standard.
At the top of your Seller dashboard, you'll see notifications of all recent activity in your seller account.
The summary box shows your current seller level, and shows details for the different areas that make up your seller level. If you'd like to see your status for other countries within the seller standards programme, click the drop-down box in the upper right of the summary box.
Your seller level is evaluated on the 20th of each month, The left toggle shows your current seller level and a snapshot of your performance on the day of your last evaluation. The right toggle shows your projected seller level, basically what it would be if your next evaluation occurred today. The projected seller level is updated daily. You can check your performance areas daily to see how you're doing and where you can improve. You can also click the trending data link to see more about your performance.
The 3 performance levels are:
There are many advantages to qualifying for and maintaining eBay Top-rated seller status. As an eBay Top-rated seller, you get better placement of your listings (so more buyers see them), a 15% discount on final value fees, and an eBay Top-rated badge displayed on eligible listings. You must meet all eBay Top-rated requirements to qualify as an eBay Top-rated seller.
Make sure you don't fall below standard, because you could lose any search placement benefits, may have selling limits placed on your account, and could be restricted from selling on the site. If your rating is below standard in any category, then your overall seller status is below standard.
Underneath your seller level status, you can drill down to each of the sections that are taken into account to evaluate your seller level.
Transaction defect rate
In the transaction defect rate section of the projected tab, you'll see an overview of your performance for the following defect areas:
Neutral or negative feedback
If any of these areas are at risk of affecting your seller defect rate, an orange flag appears next to it.
Until August 20, 2014, you'll also see the detailed seller ratings section in your dashboard, with an overview of your performance for each detailed seller ratings category (Item as described, Communication, Dispatch time, P&P charges). In this section you'll see:
Your percentage of low ratings (1s and 2s) in each category
Your 12-month average if you've had fewer than 400 transactions over the previous 3 calendar months
For 3-month and 12-month periods, detailed seller ratings include:
Only transactions with UK buyers for ratings for UK sellers
Repeat transactions from the same buyer; separate transactions are counted separately
You can hover over each chart to see the ratings thresholds for Below Standard and eBay Top-rated.
The Detailed ratings section is available to sellers who've received 5 or more detailed seller ratings.
In the tracking section, you can see how you're doing with uploading tracking within handling time, and total tracking uploads. Uploading tracking information within your stated handling time is required for eBayTop-rated seller status and for certain seller protections, and is a great way for all sellers to provide excellent customer service. You can also create a report to see which transactions did not meet the tracking requirement.
eBay Money Back Guarantee cases
The number of eBay Money Back Guarantee cases closed without seller resolution is an important indicator of seller performance. Many buyers who open cases never reach a point where they have an opportunity to leave Feedback or detailed seller ratings.
There are limits to the number of cases closed without seller resolution that a seller may have.
You can track your closed cases without seller resolution in your Seller Dashboard. Click the See cases link to get specific information about and take action on cases that might affect your seller status. You can also track all your eBay Money Back Guarantee cases in the Resolution Centre.
Transactions and sales
The Transaction and sales section shows your total number of transactions, your PowerSeller status and account type.
Find additional information on the Seller dashboard:
Discounts and recommendations
In the Discounts section, you can see your current discount and your Power Seller standing. In order to receive discounts, you must qualify as an eBay Top-rated seller and offer additional services in your listings. Below your discount details, you can see all of your active listings that qualify for a discount, and what you can do to qualify for eBay Top-rated seller discounts on the rest of your listings.
It's important to us to make sure eBay is safe and convenient for you as a seller. In this section, you'll see details of any action we've taken to protect you.
Your total sales history
You can see your complete eBay selling history, including your total sales to date, your total transactions, and the date of your first eBay sale.
In the left navigation pane, you'll find reports and tools you can use to track your performance in more detail and see where you can improve.