Importing Customer Addresses to Magento 2 is associated with a duplication issue. Since they don’t have exact IDs, Magento stores all the information that you provide via an import table even if this information is already available in your database. When you update customer data regularly, it may result in a situation when every customer account is overwhelmed with duplicated address information. Luckily, it is possible to avoid this situation. You only need to use the Improved Import & Export extension to import Customer Addresses. The module lets you import a Customer Addresses file ignoring all addresses available in your Magento database. You will no longer need to delete duplications manually every time the import process is complete. Follow our Developer’s Cookbook to discover more Magento 2 tips. Continue Reading
Chances are, you know a situation when it is necessary to import customers to Magento 2, but they are not assigned to a customer group. You need to re-assign them manually in this situation. The more cusomers your data file consists of, the more time you have to spend doing this data entry routine. But what if this process could be automated?
Below, we explain how to import customers to Magento 2 and assign them to a customer group even if this customer group doesn’t exist on your e-commerce website. All you need is Improved Import & Export. But let’s explore the issue in more detail before discussing the solution. Continue Reading
The management of your store’s products, inventories, clients, and other entities can be streamlined with the help of import and export processes. By default, BigCommerce offers tools for moving data to and from your e-commerce website. You can use BigCommerce import to update customers and product catalogs and BigCommerce export to apply bulk adjustments to them. In the following article, we focus on the import side of these processes. We briefly explore the default capabilities and then proceed to a more in-depth analysis of each particular opportunity associated with the BigCommerce import.
Although the platform’s only file format for importing data is CSV, it still supports a few more import entities. Thus, BigCommerce product import and BigCommerce customer import are at your disposal. Also, you can transfer related entities, such as product options and images, as well as customer passwords to your e-commerce website. Below, we’ll discuss the many data types that can be imported, including those not supported by default, such as BigCommerce order import, BigCommerce category import, and BigCommerce customer review import. You will learn how to transfer products, product options, product images, customers, customer passwords, 301 redirects, orders, categories, and customer reviews to your website. For additional information on the topic, go to the corresponding BigCommerce Export Guide. Continue Reading
Every decent e-commerce platform offers built-in import and export tools. However, they are usually far from being an omnipotent solution that can cope with any business requirement. In view of this, agencies create third-party solutions that close the existing gaps between the platform’s objective reality and the merchants’ subjective needs. What about Shopify? What data transfer solutions does it offer? What reliable alternatives are currently available in the ecosystem?
In this Shopify import guide, you will find out what import functionality is hidden behind the platform and how to enhance it in the most user-friendly and, at the same time, powerful way. Let’s explore the system’s native capabilities first and then proceed to the most powerful third-party solution that copes with any data transfer challenges and enables any Shopify import customizations – Firebear Improved Import & Export App for Shopify.
Below, you will learn about the basic import capabilities of Shopify. We describe how to transfer products to your e-commerce website using its built-in functionality. The article examines two different cases: importing products from another website and reimporting them within the borders of your store. In addition to that, we provide a CSV file structure required in the ecosystem. The same tutorials are available for other entities: we teach how to import inventory, customers, and orders to Shopify. Also, don’t forget to check our Ultimate Guide to Shopify Export.