Shopify Integration

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Connect with Shopify

 

Do you want to connect your Shopify store with Droplo? You’re in the right place 🙂 Follow this instruction to successfully integrate Droplo and its supplier base with your sales channel.

 

In the integrations card (1) find the Shopify integration option and click the “Add” button (2).

 

A new window will be displayed asking you to enter the name of the integration. From now on, the new application will be named in Droplo as you wished, and listed in the left menu below the integrations’ category.

 

Another window will appear asking you to enter:

 

  1. the domain address of the store (e.g. https://www.yourstore.eu)
  2. Shopify Token
  3. API_SECRET_KEY

 

Now go to your Shopify Account and to the Settings panel (gear icon).

 

Find the “Apps and sales channels” category and open it:

 

In the new window, click on “Develop apps” button.

 

Then click on “Create an app” button:

 

Choose the App name and pick your email address from the list. Then click on “Create App” button.

 

You will be transferred to the configuration page. Here you can acquire the authorisation data (Shopify Token, API_SECRET_KEY). At first, go to the Configure Admin API scopes panel.

In the configuration window that should now appear, select ALL AVAILABLE ACCESS SCOPES.

 

 

Then click on “Save” button.

 

Another button will appear above called “Install app”. Click on it.

 

In the pop-up window, you will be informed about the scopes. By going on you also accept the Shopify API Licence and Terms of Use. Please accept by clicking on “Install” button.

 

Next, you will be transferred to API credentials card (1).

 

From Admin API access token field, copy and save your unique access token (2), because you’re able to this just once.

Below you can also find API key and secret key (3).

 

Then, using the acquired authorization data from Shopify, you can connect to Droplo (1).

 

Remember, that in the address field, however, you should use the address of your Shopify subdomain,

not the address of your publicly shared store. This can affect later problems with product synchronization.

 

Also, your domain address should have the prefix “https://”,

e.g. “https://31edab.myshopify.com”

 

When you’re done, click on the “Connect” button (2).

 

 

The connection is now set, and you should see a new window called “Shopify Exporter App by Droplo”.

It’s important to configure the connection to it before taking any other actions.

 

At first, set a global price markup (1) and configure the synchronisation settings below (2). Then click “Save” button (3).

 

If you already have categories in your Shopify store, you need to map those categories with Droplo before exporting the products to your store.

 

Go to the Categories Mapping card (1) and assign the most relative option that fits the categories in Shopify.

When you finish assigning every category from the list (2) then click “Save”.

 

Now you can activate supplier’s offer and save products from the catalogue into “My products” card. Those products can be then exported to your online store.

Just tick the products and then click on “Synchronize chosen”. Now the products will be exported to your shop.

 

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