This article will help you understand what product details are imported from Amazon and what information is updated back to Amazon.

Once integrated, Orderhive will import merchant-fulfilled active listings and populate them under Inventory page.

Orderhive imports the below product fields from Amazon:


Seller SKU

Item name




Note: Any product changes made on Amazon will not reflect in Orderhive. 

Managing stock 

The product quantity imported from Amazon is saved under Available stock field in Orderhive. All the listings will be part of the warehouse you selected during integration.

When stock levels get updated

Whenever you change the stock in Orderhive or a new sales order drops on Amazon or on any integrated channel (product listed with similar SKU on other channels or merged in Orderhive manually), Orderhive will automatically push new stock levels to Amazon.

Here’s how you can change stock in Orderhive manually:

  • From the Inventory page, go to the product whose stock needs to be adjusted. Enter the new stock in the Warehouse QTY field and click outside the box to save. This action will trigger Orderhive to automatically update the changes to Amazon.
  • You can also edit the stock from the product detail page.

New Products Sync

You can also use the Instant Product Sync button on Manage Integrations page or the Sync button on the top menu to sync new products. 


  • You can sync new products only 4 times in a day.

Managing Product Prices

Along with stock, you can even change retail price of an Amazon product in Orderhive. The new price gets updated to Amazon. You can edit the price from the inventory page or the product detail page.

Enter the new price in the Retail Price field and click outside the box to save. This action will trigger Orderhive to update the price to Amazon.

Important Note: The above features apply to Amazon merchant-fulfilled account only. Amazon FBA stock control and order management works differently. Please see Amazon FBA & MCF topic to know more.

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