If you are listing an item that is already in your Inventory, we will automatically recognize this and provide you with an option to use the same MSKU.
By clicking the green Replenish button, you will be replenishing your existing MSKU.
From there, all you'll need to do is enter the new purchase information (supplier, purchase date, and cost/unit), as well as the quantity you would like to add to your inventory, and Stratify will do the rest! A new replenishment row will be created automatically and the purchase details will be applied to the sales for the item on a FIFO (first in first out) basis.
If you are unable to click the Replenish button next to the MSKU you'd like to use, this typically means that the MSKU is for the opposite fulfillment channel than the batch. For more information on this, please see- Converting MSKUs Between Fulfillment Channels
If you need to split up costs on MSKUs in your current inventory, or if you'd like more details on replenishments, please see- Entering Multiple Buy Costs using the Inventory Pages
In addition to replenishing, you also have the following options for your existing MSKUs:
Delete - Clicking the Delete button next to an MSKU will delete the MSKU from your Manage Inventory page in Seller Central. This cannot be undone.
In Stratify, this will also move the MSKU from the Listed view of your Inventory>FBA page to the Archived view.
Delete Matching MSKUs and Create New - Similarly, clicking the Delete Matching MSKUs and Create New will delete all the existing MSKUs for the item from your Manage Inventory page in Seller Central. This cannot be undone.
In Stratify, this will also move the MSKUs from the Listed view of your Inventory>FBA page to the Archived view.
Ignore Matching MSKUs and Create New - Clicking the Ignore Matching MSKUs and Create New button will create a new MSKU for the item.
If you are wanting to list the same product in a different condition than what was it was listed as previously, or just want to create a separate listing for a product, this is the option to choose.
Note: Please keep in mind that Amazon typically frowns upon having multiple Active listings for the same ASIN in the same condition for most products.