This page describes how to use Census with Shopify.
In this guide, we will show you how to connect Shopify to Census.
- Have your Shopify account ready.
- Have the proper credentials to access to your data source. See our docs for each supported data source for further information:
Note: Census will only query Shopify based on the syncs/objects that you configure
- 1.Census connects via OAuth, so you need a Shopify user that can login to the instance with the following permission scopes:write_productsread_productswrite_customersread_customerswrite_ordersread_orderswrite_inventoryread_inventorywrite_fulfillmentsread_fulfillmentswrite_assigned_fulfillment_ordersread_assigned_fulfillment_orderswrite_merchant_managed_fulfillment_ordersread_merchant_managed_fulfillment_orderswrite_third_party_fulfillment_ordersread_third_party_fulfillment_orders
- 2.There is some setup that is needed to do on the Census side to setup Shopify, while this process is under construction, please contact us via email or start a conversation with us via the in-app chat with the topic: "Shopify Setup". In your communication please provide your Shopify Store URL so we can get started on your set up!🏗
Census currently supports syncing to the following Shopify objects (Contact us if you're looking for more!):
Tag ID, Handle
✅ (via Product)
Census also supports Shopify's Custom Metafields on Customer and Product as well.
Census supports setting product images by passing a Arrays and Nested Objects Array to the
imagesfield on the Product. The images array needs to be a set of one more objects that contain URLs to each image you want to upload. It should look something like the following:
srcfield is required.
Update or Create
Customer, Inventory Level, Order, Product