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There are many tools that can help you find items of all kinds on eBay.

You can look for long lost childhood toys just as easily as new winter jackets by using both the search bar and categories feature.

"Categories" helps you narrow down your search by terms designated by eBay.

Find products grouped around common themes or characteristics, like collectibles, or filter your results by using the Categories toolbar to the left.

The search function at the top achieves more refined results based on your query.

Wording is key here and it acts similar to a general search engine.

eBay's homepage is constantly updated based on the items you browse and purchase.

Over time, the page becomes a bit like a "Personal Shopper," so you can stumble upon items that you never even knew you wanted right from your home... page.

SearchThe process of typing keywords relating to a topic into a search engine in order to find results.LikeAn endorsement of a product or service, piece of content or post. The term was made popular by Facebook and now can be found on a variety of Web applications that both use "Likes" within their own site and push them to Facebook.ThemeA feature that allows for the simultaneous customization of multiple elements of the look and feel for a blog, browser, document, email marketing campaign or website.Filter1. The process of reducing the size of a set of data by removing unwanted pieces of information based on certain qualities or characteristics (verb); 2. a tool of many Web applications that automatically removes or categorizes data based on a set of rules and attributes (noun).FunctionAn advanced calculation done in a spreadsheet that typically maintains the format of: =FUNCTIONNAME(DATASET)Search engineA website that allows users to search for specific keywords and phrases and retrieves results ranked by relevancy; results may include multiple types of media, such as map locations, images and videos.Homepage1. The primary page of a website often containing hyperlinks to other pages; 2. the first Web page that appears when a user opens their Web browserAmazon2242Find Any Item on eBay