All items can be removed from your watchlist

Written by Trade Me staff at 12:00am, Tue 4 Jun 2002

  • Buyers can now remove all items from their expired watchlist, even if they were the winning bidder.

  • All category lists can now be sorted by title, latest listings, closing time, number of bids and price.
    If there are no bids on an auction, the start price is displayed on these lists rather than 'no bids'.
    Wanted ads are now merged with the lists, and can be easily identified as the title begins with 'Wanted:'
    You can view them all together by sorting the list by title. Feature wanted ads will show in the main category lists.

Auto extend of auctions

Written by Trade Me staff at 12:00am, Mon 27 May 2002

Sellers can now choose to have their auctions remain open if people are placing bids in the closing minutes of the auction.
For more details, please read the associated help topic

Several small changes

Written by Trade Me staff at 12:00am, Fri 24 May 2002

  • New pages for editing auctions and classifieds were released, which make it easier to change the listing details if you have made a mistake.

  • Due to continual abuse from some members, the message board has been restricted to authenticated members only.

  • Sellers can now see a weekly summary of their activity. Access the new page summary page from the 'My Trade Me' tab.

  • Several small changes

    Written by Trade Me staff at 12:00am, Fri 10 May 2002

  • Place a classified and run an auction have merged - so you can now place a listing from a single page,
    and upload a photo during the place a classified process.

  • The 'view seller's listings' page shows the number of bids, and can be sorted by title, dates, price and bids. We will soon be making all listing pages behave in this way.

  • The reserve price is no longer displayed on expired auctions.

  • Stores can run 'permanent listings'. These listings are only available from the store pages, and do not expire.
    To purchase these items, you can place a bid or use buy now in the same manner as a standard auction.

  • Change to bid withdrawal rules

    Written by Trade Me staff at 12:00am, Thu 18 Apr 2002

    The buyer may no longer request to have their bid removed from Trade Me.
    This feature was needed in the early days of the site when people could join up and place million dollar bids on items with no intention of paying.
    However, as new buyers are no longer able to do this without authenticating, the feature is no longer needed.

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