Spell Checker

View potential spelling errors in your Etsy listings’ tags and make corrections as needed.

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Written by Anthony Wolf
Updated over a week ago

Spell Checker flags potential spelling errors in your Etsy listings' tags.

Please note that there is no need to use up tags to account for common misspellings of those terms; Etsy search redirects shoppers to the correct results.


This feature identifies misspelled terms in five different languages (English, French, Spanish, German, and Italian). It links you to your listings with spelling errors so you can make corrections quickly and easily.

Add any flagged terms that don’t need correction to your customized “Safe List.” Some examples of terms that may go here are abbreviations and terms that are unique to your industry or shop.

How to use

There are two ways to access Spell Checker:

  1. On your eRank dashboard, go to the "Health Check" section and click "Spelling Issues."

  2. In the Main Menu, select "Shop Insights" and then "Spell Checker."

Select your language at the top of the page and then click the orange "Check Again" button if eRank does not choose the correct language by default.

From there, you can view any listings with spelling errors. Errors are highlighted in red in the "Tag" column. The "Suggestions" column contains terms similar to the terms eRank has flagged.

The "Listings Affected" column contains any listings with flagged terms.

Click the blue "Fix on Etsy" button to navigate to your listing and make any necessary corrections. Click the orange "Listing Audit" button to perform a comprehensive audit of that listing.

Safe List

Occasionally, eRank will flag a correctly spelled term as misspelled. Any terms you’ve invented that are part of your shop’s branding will be flagged as well. If the term does not need correction, click the green "Ignore" button to add it to your Safe List, which you can access by clicking the "Safe List" tab above the list of flagged terms.

If you change your mind about adding a term to your Safe List, click the orange "Remove" button to re-flag the term.

Who can use this?

This tool is available to all eRank members.

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