If you have ever looked at a seller’s feedback form, you’ve likely come across the ‘Send Feedback’ button.

But the eBay feedback tool, also known as Feedback Explorer, has been around since 2007.

It’s been designed to help you make a decision about whether or not to accept a sale from a seller.

And since that’s the default for most sellers, it’s pretty much where you’ll find all the info you need to make your decision.

Here are the steps to use it, as well as the pros and cons of using it.

The eBay Feedback tool The Feedback Explorer allows you to view all the seller feedback from the last three weeks.

The default view shows your most recent feedback, but you can choose to zoom in on specific categories and fields.

Here’s how to open it up.

Click the ‘View Feedback’ icon (it’s a small square) in the top-right corner.

You can see all the feedback you’ve received from sellers over the past three weeks on the top of the page.

The ‘Filter’ box lets you narrow down the information to just a handful of items.

The item in the box that says ‘Featured Items’ has been shown on eBay in the last 3 weeks.

Here it is.

You may want to click on the ‘Edit’ button to change the ‘Filter’.

If you do, the ‘Featured’ column will be greyed out.

Click on the item to reveal its details.

Click ‘Submit’ to accept the feedback.

If you click on ‘Submit’, you’ll see a confirmation message appear.

You’ll need to click ‘Accept’ to close the dialog box.

You don’t have to close it to close Feedback Explorer.

Clicking ‘Close’ will close the Feedback Explorer window.

Here is a screenshot of the Feedback explorer window.

You’re looking at the main section of Feedback Explorer: This is a good place to start with a few things to understand.

First, there’s the main box, which is pretty simple.

This contains all the information you need.

If your item was featured on eBay within the last 24 hours, you’ll get the most recent data.

If it wasn’t, you might not see the latest data.

But if it was featured within the past 24 hours you’ll have the latest info from sellers.

The other big box is the ‘Fields’.

This contains the items you’ve seen on eBay and can be sorted by price, size, and more.

It can also be sorted alphabetically, by name or tags, by category.

Each field has a number next to it, which indicates how many times that field has been used in the feedback for that item.

For example, ‘Small Item’ has ‘3’ times used for the ‘Small item’, ‘Medium Item’ ‘5’, ‘Large Item’ 6, ‘Medium Size’ ’10’, and ‘Large Size’ 11.

So if you saw an item for $150.00 for a ‘Small’ item, and it was on eBay for $80.00, you’d see 3 times that item has been featured in the Feedback.

The same is true for items with tags like ‘Medium’, ‘Small’, ‘Bulk’, ‘Larger’, ‘Bigger’, ‘X’, ‘Posterior’, ‘Top’, and more, as long as you see those tags on the page where you clicked on the feedback item.

If the item you clicked was a ‘Bundle’ item that came in a bag or box, then it’d only see 3 tags.

But it would have featured in more than one feedback.

For more info on feedback items, read ‘What are Feedback items?’.

You’ll also notice that there’s a ‘View Seller Feedback’ box on the bottom-left corner.

This allows you get a look at all the data for your item, as it relates to the feedback from a particular seller.

This is where you can filter the data by categories, and see more information about each item.

And if you want to view the seller’s entire feedback for the current month, you can click on that box to go to the Feedback item page.

You will see all of the data from the previous three months on that page.

So you can see what’s been sold, and where it’s sold from.

You might want to save the page you just saved, as you’ll need it later.

Here, you see the Feedback Item page.

If there’s an item with a tag like ‘Large’, ‘XL’, or ‘Medium’ that’s not in your Feedback item, you won’t see it in the item page or in the list of feedback items.

If an item you want is listed as a ‘Featured Item’ and you don’t see any feedback for it, you may need to search for it in a different area.

For the most part, feedback items have a fairly simple structure.

The biggest drawback is that they have to be saved in the ‘Download’