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In-Depth Admin Exploration: How To Use Shopify Gift Cards?

- Shopware

shopify gift cards admin screen

This article sheds light on Shopify gift cards. By default, the system lets you sell them as a digital product through your online storefront or send them straight to a customer via email as a gift. So, how do Shopify gift cards work? What are the supported types of gift cards? How to add gift cards to Shopify? How to sell gift cards on Shopify? You will find the answers below. 

First of all, we explain what Shopify gift cards are and how they work on your website. Next, you will learn how to use Shopify gift cards in your administration. We demonstrate how to create a gift card product in Shopify and then search for it in your administration. You will also discover how to transfer gift cards straight to a customer. After that, the article shifts to Shopify gift cards as digital products that can be purchased on your storefront. You will master how to activate the corresponding functionality that adds gift cards to Shopify. In this section, various nuances associated with gift card management are covered, such as adding new gift card products, updating the existing gift cards, changing the expiry date, adding gift card discounts, etc. And there is a short chapter that explains the nuances of Shopify gift card import and export. So, let’s see what Shopify gift cards are.  Continue Reading

In-Depth Admin Exploration: Shopify Collections

- E-Commerce, Shopify

Collections shopify

In the following article, we explain what collections on Shopify are. Our guide explores two major screens associated with Shopify collections. Firstly, it is the admin section where all collections are gathered. Secondly, we describe a collection details page – a screen where you add new collections as well as edit the existing ones. You will learn how to add collections on Shopify. Although it is a simple process, you must know the two collection types available on Shopify to properly configure your selection of products. Also, we explain how to add products to collections on Shopify since it is an integral part of your admin routine associated with one of the collection types. So, what are Shopify collections? You will find the answer below.  Continue Reading

In-Depth Admin Exploration: Shopify Products Page

- E-Commerce, Shopify

How to add products to Shopify

What are Shopify products, you will ask? Well, they include all the familiar things that any online storefront can sell. Various physical items, digital downloads, services, and gift cards are your Shopify products. Below, we explore the Shopify products page and all the related screens and processes.

How to add products to Shopify? That’s another important question every merchant new to the platform asks. The process is fairly simple. You only need to provide product information and submit product photos to add a product on Shopify. And for each combination of options for your product, such as size or color, you can create a variant. Then, you can make a product available to one or more of your sales channels. It is possible when you are adding or modifying it. 

Alternatively, you can add products to Shopify by importing them. And this functionality is delivered with the default tools! So, it is possible to import products to Shopify in a matter of a few clicks from the Product page in your Shopify admin, where you can also browse, add, edit, and manage all of your products and variants.

In the following article, we explore all these procedures. You will learn how to add products on Shopify, what are the nuances of Shopify product import, how to sell digital products on Shopify, etc. We explain what product variants are and how to configure them. And, of course, there is a detailed description of each admin screen with lots of illustrations that show each process down to the smallest detail. Continue Reading

In-Depth Admin Exploration: Shopify Inventory Management

- Shopify

inventory management Shopify

The quantity of a specific product on hand is known as inventory. In other words, it is the number of items you can sell at the moment. To control inventory, the Shopify admin offers a decent selection of built-in instruments and third-party apps. You can either focus on the default instruments or enhance their productivity with additional third-party features. In both cases, Shopify inventory management helps avoid situations when you sell out-of-stock items and alerts you when it is necessary to restock goods. In Shopify’s Inventory section, you may set up inventory tracking, monitor your inventory, and modify inventory levels. For products and variants whose inventory is being tracked, you may also check the history of inventory modifications. Still don’t know how to add inventory to Shopify? Soon, we will change that.

In the following article, we get under the hood of Shopify inventory management. You will learn everything about adding inventory to Shopify. Although this process is simple and intuitive, there are still a few nuances to point your attention to. In the introductory chapter, we discuss such basics as how to enable/disable Shopify inventory tracking, sell on Shopify without inventory, hide out-of-stock products, and manage inventory for multiple locations. Next, we proceed to the Shopify Inventory management essentials, including basic inventory observations, adjustments, inventory adjustment history monitoring, bulk editing, etc. In this chapter, you will learn how to add inventory to Shopify in multiple ways. After that, we explore inventory transfers. You will discover how to add inventory to Shopify by creating and receiving them. Shopify inventory export and import are also described in a dedicated chapter. It focusses on how to add inventory to Shopify via import and export processes. Continue Reading

The Ultimate Guide to Shopify Export

- E-Commerce, Shopify

Shopify import products, customers, inventory, orders

Every reputable e-commerce platform has features for import and export built right in. They typically fall short of being an all-encompassing solution that can address any company need, though. Due to this, agencies develop third-party instruments to fill in the gaps between the platform’s objective reality and merchant needs. Shopify, what about it? What solutions for data transport does it provide? What trustworthy options are now present in the ecosystem? 

This Shopify export guide will show you what data transfer features are available and how to make the most of them. Let’s first examine the system’s built-in traits before moving on to the most effective third-party solution that handles any data transfer issues and makes it possible for any Shopify export customizationsFirebear Improved Import & Export App for Shopify.

Below, you will learn about the basic export capabilities of Shopify. We describe how to transfer products from your e-commerce website along with other entities. You will also learn how to export orders from Shopify or create a CSV with your customers or discount codes. In addition to that, we provide CSV file structures required for these entities. The same tutorials are available for import processes. We teach how to import inventory, customers, and orders to Shopify here: the Ultimate Guide to Shopify Import Continue Reading

How to Get All Custom Field Data on The Shopware 6 Storefront

- E-Commerce, Shopware

We’ve just come across a Stack Overflow question by Marakeshh. The author is wondering whether it is possible to get all custom field data on the Shopware 6 storefront. Marakeshh also asks how to achieve the desired goal if there is such a possibility. Here at Firebear, we know a possible resolution. Although displaying custom fields on the Shopware 6 storefront is a complex procedure, it doesn’t require advanced coding skills. You can find all the guidelines in the official documentation or our blog. So, let’s add custom field data to Shopware 6 product pages. Continue Reading

Exploring Shopware: How to Add Product Properties in Shopware 6

- E-Commerce, Shopware

If you are familiar with the product attributes of Magento, you will easily master Shopware properties. They enhance products with the ability to add filterable information. Besides, you can use Shopware 6 properties to create product variants (or configurable products if you are more familiar with Magento’s lexicon). So, the basic algorithm is quite straightforward: you add properties and link corresponding options to them. For instance, the color property can be bound to black and white options. In the following article, we dive deep under the hood of Shopware, exploring this feature. You will find out where to look for product properties in your Shopware 6 administration, how to add Shopware 6 properties, and what actions to take to assign properties to products.
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Exploring Shopware: How to Create Dynamic Product Groups in Shopware 6

- E-Commerce, Shopware

Item grouping is vital for e-commerce management since it helps you automate various routine tasks. Thus, Shopware 6 lets you combine products in groups automatically with the help of dynamic rules. Next, you can display these groups in categories and other locations on your e-commerce website. In the article below, we explain how to add dynamic product groups in Shopware 6. Besides, the following material explores several other nuances of this platform’s feature. You will discover where dynamic product groups are situated in Shopware 6, how to create rules for dynamic product blocks, and how to assign dynamic product groups to Shopware 6 categories, product comparisons, and shopping experiences. Also, some import and export recommendations are available below. Let’s see where you can find the grouping tool in your admin and proceed to the creation of Shopware 6 dynamic product groups. More materials about the platform are available in this article: Shopware 6 Guides.
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How to Import Products with Custom Attributes to Magento 2

- E-Commerce, Magento 2

Magento 2 import export debug log

When you import products to Magento 2, you may face various difficulties. If all items are suitable for the Magento 2 requirements, it is possible to transfer them to your website with no headaches. However, when custom product attributes enter the game, merchants usually experience difficulties. 

In the following article, we provide several tips on how to import products with custom attributes to Magento 2. Below, you will find various recommendations on how to streamline this process. First of all, we shed light upon how to enable the Magento 2 product import if you have to deal with custom attributes, avoiding the most common errors. After that, you will find a short guide on how to automate the procedure. Next, the article touches upon the topic of missing attributes. We explain how to create them on the fly automatically. And of course, products bound to third-party categories are also a topic of our discussion. We describe how to match them to the ones you use in your e-commerce catalog. More useful tips are available here: Developer’s Cookbook.
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How to migrate from Magento 1 to Magento 2 with Improved Import and Export extension

Migrating from Magento 1 to Magento 2 is not an ordinary routine. Using the standard Magento data import tool for that may be a difficult task if you are not familiar with coding and working from the command line. Even Magento 2 developers rarely rely on the standard instruments since the migration may prove difficult because of the difference between entities stored in M1 and M2.

MIGRATION ADD-ON IS NO LONGER SUPPORTED

That’s why having a tool that simplifies the procedure and leaves you with only mechanical tasks is a great time savior. In this article, we will talk about how to migrate to Magento 2 using the Improved Import and Export extension. Firstly, we will introduce you to the module. After that, you will find out how to import products, customers, and orders to your ecommerce website when you migrate from Magento 1 to Magento 2. The article sheds light on such nuances as getting an export table with a corresponding entity, preparing attributes for import, and transferring everything into your brand new storefront.

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