Folksy Ltd

Hello everyone I am a newbie on here and I also have a question!


(Khlhandmadejewellery) #1

Hi all fellow Folksy peeps, I am a newbie on here and have also set up a shop, I can’t wait to start browsing the amazing shops, I have already added items to my favourites so i think it is going to be a costly venture!! lol Just wanted to say a big hello and also ask a quick question … how do I delete an item in my shop if no longer available for sale? Can’t seem to find it but i may be being thick!
Thanks so much
Kelly
KHL Handmade Jewellery


(Minerva) #2

Go to Dashboard under Your Shop, then click on Manage Listings and you will see all your items. Click on the item you want, then click on Hide from Sale or Delete.

Welcome to Folksy! Yes, there are indeed loads of items to buy here. Best of luck with your shop!


(Khlhandmadejewellery) #3

Thanks so much Minerva, very grateful for that info :slight_smile:

Can’t wait to start Christmas shopping now!! Thanks so much.


(Eileens Craft Studio) #4

When a item is sold via Folksy it is automaticially moved out of your shop front but they’ll always be a nice link for people to see but it will say no longer available if someone finds it via google or pinterst or twitter etc etc


(Karen Ellam) #5

Hi and welcome to Folksy Kelly :grinning:

Your jewellery is beautiful. All the best with your new shop.

Karen :coffee:


(Christine Shephard) #6

If you delete the item, it will delete all the links back to your shop, and if you’ve sold any of them, the photos for the sold item will disappear too. It’s better to hide it from sale, or reduce the stock amount to zero, then the links will still take people to your shop and they may find something else to buy instead.


(Lynn Britton) #7

Hi Kelly, I was going to say the same as Christine (above) has said, you could also replace it with another item but using the ‘edit this item’ facility on the items page (its on the right hand side) that way it saves you losing a listing fee.
Love your jewellery by the way.
Lynn x


(Jacqueline Austen) #8

I can not add to the advice given above, but just wanted to say a huge welcome to folksy and I for one am looking forward to chatting with you on the forum. Your jewellery is lovely. I hope you will do really well with lots of sales.

Jacqueline x


(Yvette ) #9

Hi Kelly welcome to Folksy - you have a lovely shop :smile:


(Emma Rogerson) #10

Hi Kelly,
Just wanted to say welcome and your jewellery is very pretty. Great photos too!
Emma x


(Leathermeister) #11

HI as a newbie I have a question, and can’t find where to post it.

how do I upload a picture or a URL address to a thread? assistance please


(Shirley Woosey) #12

Welcome to Folksy @leathermeister

If you are wanting to show a picture and link to something you are selling, you just copy and paste the URL address into your post.

Lovely belts in your shop.

Shirley x


(Leathermeister) #13

Thanks Shirley i’ll give that a try now.


(Leathermeister) #14

Shirley it worked thanks.


(Natalie Scollay) #15

Hi there Kelly; Im glad to see that Im not the only newbie here on this excellent site… I too have added many, many hearts to soooo many items.
There is just so much on here; where does one start :smiley: I have already spent a small fortune, buying up supplies for jewellery making…
So; could anyone help me as I am really finding it a struggle to take a good photo of my items and my shop @Adornmentstudio just dosnt look as beautiful as it should.
All the shops on folksy are very impressive and professional.
Hello too everyone ; Im Natalie and very glad to be here, nice to meet you all :smile:


(Karen Ellam) #16

Hi Natalie welcome to Folksy.

Your shop is looking good. Your items look great. I like your photos too.
I always find photography tricky. Finding the right lighting can be really frustrating.
All the best with your shop :grin:

Karen :cherry_blossom:


(Natalie Scollay) #17

Hi Karen
Thanks for your warm welcome and your thoughts on my shop :smiley:
Looking forward to chatting with you :smile: The light in my house is always a problem; finding the space too. Kind regards Natalie :sunny:


(Khlhandmadejewellery) #18

Thank you so much Karen :slight_smile:


(Khlhandmadejewellery) #19

Hi @Adornmentstudio welcome to Folksy, I always take photo’s outdoors in natural lighting but not in direct sunlight. Good luck with your shop :slight_smile:


(Khlhandmadejewellery) #20

Hi @clarkiedesigns thank you so much for your kind words, I am hoping to add all of my items over the weekend! been a hectic week so have not had chance, hoping to concentrate on Folksy all weekend :slight_smile: