In April, Etsy announced they were changing the way sellers would manage their money on the platform. Effectively, the company was combining a seller’s payment account and billing into one dashboard.
The changes went live for virtually all sellers on Sunday, July 1, but the company also said on Friday it had listened to feedback from sellers and would be tweaking some areas.
Since our announcement, a lot of you have shared your feedback and we’re listening. We’re hard at work making the redesigned payment account the best it can be for you and your shop, and to help make that happen, the new experience will now be released later this year.
We know how important managing your finances is and we appreciate your patience and your thoughtful feedback about this change. We’ll continue to update you as the new experience becomes available.
For sellers in countries not eligible for Etsy payments, they’ll continue to see the taxes and fees Etsy charged on their monthly statement and in their recent activity displayed in USD.
Those sellers may continue to pay their outstanding balance via PayPal or with the credit card on file.
If you are an Etsy seller, what do you think about this new combined payments and bill section by Etsy? Let us know in the comments section down below or over on our Facebook Group.