Last Updated on November 13, 2019

Connecting an Amazon Account:

Step 1: After being added, each channel will need to be connected using the ‘API Connections’ feature.

From the main dashboard (Global view), the navigation panel can be expanded by clicking the plus sign that appears to the right of the word ‘Settings’:

Step 2: With the settings menu expanded, click the word ‘Channels’:

Step 3: Locate the channel that needs to be connected in the channel list shown and click the Edit button that appears on the far right

The screen should now look similar to the image below:

Step 4: To locate the ‘API Connections’ feature, the menu should be expanded by clicking the plus sign to the right of the channel name in the navigation pane:

Step 5: Further expand the navigation panel by clicking the plus sign to the right of the word ‘Settings’:

Step 5:  With the navigation pane fully expanded, the words ‘API Connections’ can be clicked and the fields required to enter the Amazon API identifiers unique to this specific channel (Seller ID & MWS Auth Token) will be found on this page:

Step 6: If it’s not already known, the Seller ID can be located within your Amazon Seller Account. Once inside your Amazon Seller Central account, click the word ‘Settings’ in the upper right corner of the screen:

Step 7:  The heading Amazon MWS Developer Permissions can be found by scrolling down inside these settings. This where the Seller ID will be found. It should be written down or copied to a clipboard, so it can be dropped into the corresponding fields in your Store Automator account:  





Step 8: After entering the Seller ID into the appropriate field, click the link labeled ‘Get Auth Token’ to get one from Amazon by providing our Developer ID: