To find our community resources, place your pointer over Community at the top of most eBay pages. From the drop-down list you can select the area that interests you, whether you need answers to a question, or just want to connect with other members.
Find out more about our community resources.
Get answers to your questions
Have a question about how to post photos of your items or how eBay tools work? The Answer Center is the place for you.
You can post your question, comment in multiple community locations, or browse the boards to see if your question has already been answered. To get the fastest answer, post it in a community section that's dedicated to your topic.
Participate in discussion boards and workshops
Would you like to join in discussions about our categories or community interests, or express an opinion about eBay or other topic? Then visit our discussion boards. You can even find workshops that help you get the most out of eBay.
Category-specific discussions let you read about and discuss eBay categories, while the Community Help boards get into specific topics like Feedback, packaging and shipping, and auction-style listings.
General discussion boards let you discuss interests, issues, or just have some fun. Plus there are boards that help you with questions about eBay Blackthorne, eBay File Exchange, eBay Turbo Lister, and more.
Join or start a group
Do you want to connect with other members who share your interests? In Groups you can find people interested in the same things you are, and discuss collections, news events, or whatever you're interested in. If you don't find a group about your favorite topic, you can start one.
Get the latest eBay news
Want to know what's going on at eBay? Then Announcements are for you. You'll find information about system changes or issues that might affect you.
Before you post a question, it's a good idea to be familiar with the discussion boards usage policy.
Community resources are great for sharing best practices, finding friends, learning more about eBay tools, and getting emotional support. However, eBay isn't responsible for the accuracy of the answers, or the content of any opinions or statements on community boards. If your question involves trust and safety policies, account security, or website issues, it is best to get the information directly from eBay.