As you may know if you pay attention to the calender that the flocks go forward this weekend. Meaning summer is on it’s way and we all get an hour less in bed
eBay have helpfully announced for those of us that were worried that is sellers won’t be penalised for this and that all listings which went live before the time change will automatically be adjusted by one hour so no one loses out.
That’s nice of them and all but for those of is who targeted our listings to end at a specific time the next week we could lose out.
So be careful listing this weekend and bear in mind that if your auctions end after the clocks change they will end an hour later than you listed them!
“It’s that time of year again. Summer time begins at 1.00am on 30 March. Make sure you set your clocks forward one hour from 1.00am to 2:00am.
We’ll make sure your listings are still up for the full amount of time, despite the time change. All listings that start before the time change and end after it will still be listed for the exact duration specified in the listing.
For example, if you start a listing at 1.00pm before the time change and this listing ends after the time change, the listing will end at 2.00pm instead of 1.00pm.”
The announcement can be found here.