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Create custom help pages

In addition to your default help pages, you can create custom product-specific help pages. These can be associated with existing products in your catalogue. For example, if you are selling a shirt, you can add specific seller content about sizing specifications for that shirt.

  1. From the Settings drop-down menu, select Your Info & Policies.
  2. Click Custom Help Pages.
  3. In the Custom Help Page Title text box, enter your Help topic title, such as "Sizing Information" or "Assembly Instructions".
  4. In the Custom Help Page Body text box, add your product-specific help page text.
  5. To add an image to the page, click Select/Upload Image at the bottom of the page.
    You will be directed to Upload Your Custom Help Page Image.
  6. Click Browse, select the Custom Help Page image from your computer, and then click Upload. Your image will be sent to the Amazon servers.
  7. Click Save.

    If your submission exceeds 10,000 characters (including blank spaces), you will receive an error message. To meet the requirements, you can create multiple help pages for different topics or types of products, particularly if you are providing sizing charts.

Organise your custom help pages

To place your custom help pages in a set order, follow these steps:

  1. Go to Custom Help Pages.
  2. In the section titled Edit Your Custom Help Pages, enter the desired order for your pages.
  3. Click Reorder Custom Pages to save your changes.
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