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How to Integrate Your Shopify with DataPocket
How to Integrate Your Shopify with DataPocket

Connect your product feed to Canva, Figma, and Adobe seamlessly with DataPocket.

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Step 1: Download a CSV File from Your Shopify Store

Begin the process by exporting your product data from Shopify in CSV format.

Important Notes

  • Exporting Less Than 50 Products: The CSV file downloads directly through your browser.

  • Exporting More Than 50 Products: The CSV file is sent to you via email. If you're not the store owner, it's also sent to the store owner's email.

Detailed Steps

  1. Navigate to Export: From your Shopify admin page, access 'Products'. Click 'Export' in the 'All Products' section.

  2. Configure Export Settings: In the dialog box that appears, choose your export scope (current page, all products, selected products, or products matching search and filters). Select 'Plain CSV file' and proceed by clicking 'Export products'.

  3. Retrieve the CSV File: Check your email for the CSV file. Non-store owners will find the file is also sent to the store owner's email.

For more info visit: Shopify Help Center

Step 2: Upload Your Shopify CSV to DataPocket

With your CSV file ready, the next step involves uploading it to DataPocket to sync your Shopify product data.

Uploading Process

  1. Create a Data Source: Log into DataPocket and click on the (+) "Use your own data". Select 'Shopify' and fill in the necessary details (Name, Shop Country and Language, Shop Currency are mandatory). Click on “Create data source”.

  2. Upload the CSV File: Choose 'Select a CSV file to upload' and navigate to your Shopify CSV file. After reviewing the extracted data, confirm by clicking 'Save'.

After completing these steps, your product data will be neatly organized and available for use across design tools like Canva, Figma, and Adobe, facilitated by DataPocket.

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