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Dilato V1 User Guides (Amazon Only)

Welcome to the user guides. Please watch the Dilato account run-through video below before starting your journey with us. Once you have watched this, please read the "Important Information" page here.

For frequently asked questions, head here.

Watch first:

Dilato Set Up Walk-Through:

Dilato Guides: 

eBay Guides: 

Amazon Guides:

Copyr Guides: 

Frequently asked Questions: 

Head here.

Is there a help guide you would like to see here? Send us an email and we would be happy to help. 

Registering for a Dilato account.

Registering for a lystr account

1 - Head over to & select register.

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2 - Fill in your account details.

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3 - Enter your business information. 

If you're starting out, now is the time to choose a business name.

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4 - Choose your plan.

Dilato automatically adds the first 250 products to your account unless requested not to. You can make a request by emailing 

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5 - Choose your marketplace.

Dilato currently only support eBay UK.

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6 - Enter your Email.

This is the email address in which you would like to accept payments.


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7 - Choose your item location.

This is the address in which you operate from.

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Step Eight - Enter your payment details.

You can cancel at any time.

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Step Nine - Decide whether you want to use the semi automated ordering tool Copyr. 

Watch this video to see how it works - 

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Step Ten - Sign up is now complete. Please allow 24 hours for your first set of products to be added.

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Configuring your Dilato Settings.

Configuring your Lystr Settings.

Step Nine - Profit Settings

Profit Markup:
Your chosen profit margin, For example, if you have it set to 10 then you will make 10% of the purchase price. We recommend using the default settings.

eBay Fee: 
The fee you are charged by eBay per transaction (%).

PayPal Fee (%): 
The fee you are charged by PayPal per transaction (%).

PayPal Fee (Fixed): 
The fee you are charged by PayPal per transaction (%).

eBay users no longer use Paypal, Paypal fees used to be combined together with the eBay fee. You can add the equivalent amount (3.4) to the eBay fee section and ignore this section.

Quantity in stock: 
This is the number you would to have in stock on eBay.

Round Up:
Will round up the price to the nearest whole number.

Tick this option if you are VAT registered. 

Offer Settings:
Beta - Leave alone.

Listing Settings:
The location of your item and the payment email address.

VeRo Settings:
This will auto-remove brand from title and description, it reduces your risk of VeRo's.

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Once you have configured your settings, you need to set up your description template. This is optional but we advise to do this, please head here to do so.

Please note if you have no listings then you will get an error when looking at the template "Preview".

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Adding products from Amazon onto your Dilato account. (Skip this if we are adding your products)

Adding products to Amaon

Step Ten: Download a Google Chrome ASIN grabber extension. There are a number you can choose from such as ASIN grabber light or YakPal.

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Step Eleven: Head over to Amazon and choose the category you would like to list. We recommend using the left side bar to reduce the search criteria, such as selecting a certain price range and 4 star and above only.

NOTE - Please ensure you select the "Prime" box. Dilato is only able to convert prime eligible listings, all others will fail.

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Step Twelve: Copy the ASIN's from the page using your ASIN grabber.

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Step Thirteen: Import the product to Dilato.
Head back onto Dilato and go to the "Import" page. 

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Step Fourteen: Select "Import Products", paste the ASIN and choose "Import directly to file". 

You can also choose "Review and list" which will allow you to edit the product's information before import.

Dilato accepts thousands of ASINs in a single import.

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Step Fifteen: The amazon products have now been imported to Dilato. We continuously monitor it's price and adjust to ensure that the listing is always up to date. 

Repeat the above steps to fill your inventory with products of your choice. 

To speed up the process, download the chrome extension "Asin grabber light" or "Yakpal" to select hundreds of ASINs at once.

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To watch a video on importing products to Dilato from Amazon, click below:

Setting up your eBay and paypal account.

Setting up yor eBay business account.

Step Sixteen: You can skip this step if you already have an eBay account.

Sign up for an eBay business account here:

Be sure to select "Create a business account", this will give you higher limits than a Personal account. Follow the steps on eBay and create an account.

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Configuring the settings on your eBay account. 

Configuring you eBay account

Step Eighteen: Head over to eBay and opt into the eBay seller hub.

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Step Nineteen: Opt into eBay business policies:

NOTE - If you have not sold on the account before you may not be able to opt in. If so, move on to the next step.

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Step Twenty One: Set up your multi quantity listing settings. 

Go to eBay, then selling preferences and then tick the box which states "Listings stay active when you're out of stock."

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Step Twenty Two: Subscribe to an eBay shop if on a business account.


If on a personal account check your promotions as you may get a free listing offer which you should use.

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Adding your products to your eBay account

eBay do not like quick growth on new accounts. If you have a brand new eBay, or have not sold before, we recommend to list items very slowly and scale your store slowly.

On a brand new eBay account you should manually list and sell some items, this is to get some feedback and history on the account.

It is important before adding items to your eBay account to check your eBay listing limits. These are limits set by eBay which outline how many listings and the amount of listings in £ you can list on your eBay account at one time. You can check your current limits on the Overview page on the eBay seller hub. It is 

You should then add no more than 15-20 items per day during your first month and do not go higher than 250 listings. Once you are in your second month you should not list more than 50 items at once and go no higher than 500 items. Once your account has more history, you can scale much quicker.

Adding your products

Step Twenty Four: Head over to Dilato, go to your "Inventory Page" and check your products have been added by Dilato. If they have been select "Product Creation CSV". Clicking the button will automatically download your file.

If you do not want to add all the products at once use the product tick-boxes to select the products you want.

Do not open this file or it will corrupt.

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Step Twenty Five: Head back to eBay and go to your eBay reports uploads section.

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Step Twenty Six: Select "start upload" followed by "Choose File" and select the creation file which you just downloaded from Dilato. This will upload the file to eBay.
Once the file says completed, check to see if your listings are active by heading here:
If they are active, you can move to the next step.
If they are not, then please contact


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Pairing your eBay listings with Dilato.

Pairing your eBay listings wit Lystr.

Step Twenty Seven: Head to the Downloads page on the Seller Hub. -

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Step Twenty Eight:
Select "Download Report". 

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Step Twenty Nine:
Select source as "Listings". 

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Step Thirty:
Select report type as "All Active Listings". 

Download the file, do not open the file or it will corrupt. 

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Step Thirty One: Go back to Dilato and click on the "Inventory" dropdown and select "Pair Products".

Click browse and upload the file which you have just downloaded from the File exchange. Select upload and wait for the file to upload.

If you get an error here it means you are using the wrong file or it is in the wrong format.

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Step Thirty Two: Head back to your inventory and you'll now see that the eBay item ID has been populated. Your eBay listings are now in sync with Dilato.

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Main setup complete. Please now check our other user guides for more information on how to do your price/stock updates and all other Dilato features.

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