If you have multiple SKUs for a single ASIN, this list of SKUs can be longer than your ASINs list.
There are a few things you can do in the Products | SKUs area. Probably the biggest thing you do in the SKUs area is editing the Cost of Goods.
In order to get the best possible calculation of Profit, you’ll want to include your Cost of Goods, and Inbound Shipping, if any. You can do this here, in Products | SKUs, but do do bulk editing or for an easier overview of COGs and each product, use the Products | COGs section in the main menu.
Here's a short video overview foir how to do it here, in SKUs, followed by written steps:
You can do this one product at a time, by clicking the edit button. You get an edit screen for that SKU, with the Product Costs section at the end:
Add costs and select the desired currency. Your account currency will show by default.
Note that you can also set differing costs for specific date ranges. To add a new range, click the + and add a date through which the costs were valid, then enter that Cost and Inbound Shipping, if any. You can do this for additional ranges if needed, by clicking the + and following the same steps to add the next most recent date, and setting the costs that were applicable through that date.
Once your Costs are set, click Save. They are applied.
If desired you can hide product so they do not appear on your Inventory Management or Product Metrics screens. This could be useful if you have an inactive or discontinued product, which still has past sales data but is no longer in inventory, or no longer needs to be monitored.
Under the Inventory Management section of the edit window you can choose to do this by making the product invisible. If you click to Edit any product you’ll see a “Inventory Visible” checkbox.
By unchecking and saving that value, the product will not show. To restore it, edit the SKU and check the box, click Save and it will once again be visible.