Our Shipping Policies Timeline Has Been Extended to November 1

We know the Discogs Seller community around the world has been working hard to set up Shipping Policies and we are thankful for your efforts. The response has been incredible and we are seeing major growth in shipping policy utilization. We also know many of you could benefit from having more time to finish setting up your store to give your buyers the best possible experience. With this in mind, we are extending the timeframe for requiring sellers to have Shipping Policies set up. The new required date is November 1, 2020.

We have had amazing feedback from the community and greatly appreciate you sharing your thoughts with us. Hopefully, you’ve noticed the number of enhancements we’ve added to the Shipping Policy editor over the past few months, drawing directly on your feedback. With this extended timeline, you will have more opportunities to work with the shipping policy editor and get the details just right for your store. We encourage you to use our extensive resources, including step-by-step set-up guides, how-to videos, and templates to get familiar with the tool and create and edit your own Shipping Policies.

While our focus has been on Shipping Policies, we continue to work on integrating PayPal as our primary payment platform. Please know we will not require sellers to move to the new PayPal platform in 2020 as originally announced. We will share more details soon and will be here to help you through this change as well.

We want to thank everyone who has taken the time to set up your Shipping Policies already and especially to those who acted as mentors and supported other members of the community in getting set up.

Looking for more info about Shipping Policies? Find everything you need — set-up guides with video walk-throughs, shipping rate templates, webinar recordings, FAQs, and more– right here.

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