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Setting up Your Shopify Integrations Page
Setting up Your Shopify Integrations Page

A walk through of the different options on your Shopify integrations page and whether or not they're right for you.

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Written by Ziggy
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Your integrations page controls high level items about your Shopify integration, like your account credentials, feed options, and other account-wide settings.

To get to your integrations page, go to the three vertical dots in the top right corner of the screen and select Integrations.

Here's a breakdown of what you'll see when you click on Shopify.

  1. Connection Settings (help article)                                                                        These are the credentials that allow Zentail to communicate with Shopify

  2. Reload Categories Button
    Zentail will automatically sync your Shopify categories every few hours.
    If you've added new categories and don't see them available to select on a product in Zentail yet, just click this button to load your new categories.

  3. Update All Products
    This button refreshes all your Shopify listings.
    In general, this won't be necessary since Zentail automatically updates Shopify anytime price or inventory is updated in Zentail.
    However, changes to product data in Zentail are not sent to Shopify automatically. You will have to update and push or update all products for this to be sent, otherwise it will automatically update with any change to price or inventory.

  4. Title
    This is the internal name you would like to call your Shopify integration.

  5. Feed Options
    If you're in the onboarding process, you can leave these alone for now.
    Ex: The Inventory Feed basically says "is Zentail allowed to send inventory to Shopify?"  Just because you enable this feed doesn't mean Zentail will start sending inventory information - you'll still need to set a SKU to list to Shopify for the first time. These options can also be overridden on a per-SKU level.

  6. Ignore Inventory Threshold
    If you have an inventory threshold in place, check this box if you want Shopify to be the channel where your final units of inventory are available. 

  7. Use MSRP as 'Compare At Price'                                                                                   Enabling this setting allows you to send your MSRP to Shopify as a comparison price with a strike-through. This is great for showcasing sales or discounts for your products.

  8. Custom Order Comment
    This allows you to send a comment to the shopper after a purchase, like "Thanks for choosing us!"

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