Webinterpret in review for November 18, 2015

We’re back with another biweekly Webinterpret in Review. This week we have news on changes done to our websites, including the launch of our Academy, and various tibits related to our products. Read on for more…


  • Our main site has undergone a facelift and are now mobile friendly. The most notable improvement is the addition of a new Academy. It offers information tips on how to improve and adapt your cross-border business to common realities of cross-border trade.


  • Size conversion improvements are being worked on for our eBay and Amazon products.
  • A new blacklisting/whitelisting interface is being developed. It will offer clearer information on which items are blocked or allowed.
  • We started conceptualizing a new dashboard. It will make our panel the hub for all your cross-border business activities and include various new improvements to our current user interface.



  • The minimum stock level requirement needed to select original items for internationalization has been reduced, leading to more items being selected for translisting into foreign markets.
  • We are almost done implementing our Adaptive Translation System for Amazon. ATS automatically retranslates live items when expressions are updated in our database. We are still waiting for Amazon finish some things on their end.



  • UK shipping mapping has been optimized. It should make items more appealing for buyers by offering faster delivery options.
  • We have updated our database so items with missing conditions will be listed. This should increase the amount of items being translisted.



  • Our new Paypal Express Checkout process is moving forward.
  • We have started working on a plugin for xt:Commerce.
  • We are working on the ability to automatically create Google accounts for sellers so that we can properly market their stores and items.
  • We have added a new country to our solutions: Ireland.
  • We have implemented a new page header with more emphasis on the search bar and seller’s logo.
  • WooCommerce sellers are currently being onboarded.
  • In the future, we will offer the ability to browse a store by top-level categories.



We have posted a variety of articles on how to improve your cross-border sales:

That’s it for this week. Expect another biweekly recap in two weeks with more information on what’s new at Webinterpret and what’s happening in the world of international ecommerce. In the meantime, don’t forget to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.

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