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eBay listened, at least for nowPosted Tuesday, May 10, 2011, at 8:06 AM
Yesterday eBay made some major changes to the "My eBay" page and while it might have been OK for buyers, it was major disorientation for sellers and apparently the uproar was enough that even eBay heard it.
I am afraid I was one of those voices. I called in an effort to see how I could salvage the page for ourselves and how to help my students.
Late last night, things changed back to "almost" what we had before. There are a few extra bars in there that can be moved or collapse to get out of the way, but for now, it is workable.
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