This one is the easiest to fulfill. To get the Shopify Store Name, just go to your Shopify account and copy the name of your store as it appears in the browser’s address bar. For example, our test store’s name is faster tech, but it appears as faster-tech on our browser’s address bar.
Just copy how it appears on the URL (do not include myshopify.com or the rest of the URL) and paste it onto the Shopify Store Name field in Imonggo.
Go to the next tab to get the Shopify Account API Key.
Follow the steps below to get the Shopify Account API Key.
1. Go to the Apps page on your Shopify account.
2. Click the Manage private apps link near the bottom of the Apps page.
3. In the next page, click the Create a new private app button.
4. The next page has three sections. The first section is App details. Enter the following:
Private app name: Imonggo
Emergency developer email: email@example.com
5. Then click the Save button on top-right save the initial settings.
6. Confirm by clicking the I Understand button.
7. Then scroll down to the second section, Admin API. It is a bit complicated, so please tread carefully. You have to copy the API key and the Password and paste them into the Shopify Integration page in your Imonggo account.
a. Copy the API key in Shopify…
b. … and paste it in the Shopify Account API Key field on the Imonggo Shopify Integration page.
Go to the next tab to get the Shopify Account API Password.
Please accomplish the last tab first before proceeding with this one.
c. Copy the Password in Shopify…
d. … and paste it in the Shopify Account API Password field in Imonggo.
e. Then click the Save button in Imonggo.
8. Go back to Shopify and scroll down to the Admin API Permissions part of the Admin API section.
Copy the Permission types above. In summary:
- Customers should be on Read and write
- Inventory should be on Read and write
- Orders should be on Read access
- Products should be on Read and write
- Store content should be on Read access
9. Then scroll to the last section of this page, called Storefront API. Leave it unchecked. Then click the Save button at the bottom right.
Go to the next tab to get the Shopify Webhook Token.
Getting the Shipping Fee Stock No should be easy.
- First, create a product in Imonggo that will stand as the Shipping item.
You may assign the cost and price to be zero, because you may change it on the fly in Shopify. What’s important here is the product’s stock number.
2. Copy the stock number of your Shipping product and paste it onto the Shipping Fee Stock No field in the Shopify Integration page in Imonggo’s Settings.
3. Then click the Save button to finalize the integration between your Imonggo account and Shopify.
That’s it! You may now use Shopify with Imonggo.