Wonderful news! We are pleased to inform you that Shopify integration is now available on Hubventory. Making it possible for you to create an order and send it back to Shopify when an order is received, as well as upload and update your product inventory from Shopify as quickly as possible.
Your inventory is updated as you publish or unpublish products inside Shopify. Additionally, whenever your Shopify inventory falls below the threshold, your integrated product in Hubventory is made inactive.
Do you want Shopify orders to be generated automatically as they come into Hubventory? To learn more, visit https://support.hubventory.com/support/solutions/articles/73000604238-settings-shopify-integration
Remember that Shopify is currently only available to registered brands in Hubventory and not to retailers.
How to integrate your Shopify products with Hubventory.
Integrate your Shopify to Hubventory by logging in to your Hubventory Account > Settings > Integrations > Shopify.
Click Sales Channels in Shopify's left-hand menu and type "Hubventory" into the box that appears. Continue your search in the Shopify App Store if you need to download, then click Install.
You can add and remove products from a sales channel. In Hubventory, there are two ways to assign products to sell:
On the right side of the page, under SALES CHANNELS AND APPS, click Manage to add products one at a time. Then choose Hubventory and press the save button.
Go to your product index and select multiple products there to add more than one item. Next, select Add available channel(s) by clicking on More actions, selecting Hubventory by selecting the checkbox, and selecting Make products available.
Use the Shopify App to download Hubventory as a sales channel.
Look for the products you want to make available in Hubventory by going to Products and using the filter option to check.
4. Click the three horizontal dots next to "Make Products Available" in Hubventory once all of your products are ready to be made public in your Hubventory account.
Finally, once you have all the products ready to sync to Hubventory, navigate to Sales Channel > Hubventory and click Connect.
The following will be integrated into Hubventory automatically. Keep in mind that Shopify is the only place where the following list may be modified and that you cannot delete any integrated products:
Visibility - As you publish or unpublish your products in Shopify, Hubventory will also update immediately.
Inventory - keeps track of your inventory on Shopify
Price - will follow your price range. If your Shopify prices are retail, don't worry; Hubventory will help you convert them to wholesale rates by choosing your margin, which will be added to the prices of all products. To learn more, visit this website: https://support.hubventory.com/support/solutions/articles/73000604238-settings-Shopify-integration
Size - Hubventory creates the same sizes as you have them from Shopify that it will reflect inside the Custom Sizes page.
Color - To promote the color options you have inside Hubventory, make sure to adjust back from Shopify and have color options as a variant. Once you've done that, you may map your product to the ideal shade for the retailer's search filter.
And these are the fields in Hubventory that you need to manually update, either one at a time or in bulk using the office template in Hubventory. (https://hubventory.com/dashboard/brand/products/import/csv)
Category - Download the official CSV template for Hubventory and select the tab > Valid option to view the list of all categories that would be the most appropriate groups for your products.
Country of Origin
Lead Time - The period of time it would take the Brand to produce or prepare the Products for Shipping.
Shipping At - On or around this date, a particular item is made available for shipment. It will be regarded as Immediate once the date has passed.
For instance, one variant comes in three colors; two of them are now in stock, but the third is a preorder. An availability date for the preordered style is required.
Case Qty - It is the bare minimum of packs a retailer would have to buy. If I write 2, it signifies that the required minimum order for this product is two packs. The customer can only select in increments of 2 once the item is placed in the cart. Example scenarios:
1. You must order a minimum of one (1) pack:
Women's clothing sizes are 2S, 2M, and 2L.
Pack price: $120
Case Number: 1
There are six items in total, and they cost $120 when placed in the cart.
2. You must order a minimum of eight (8) items:
Size is Women > Junior > 9
Price per piece: $20
Case Number: 8
2 cases added to the cart equal a total order of 16 pieces in size Junior > 9 for $320.
3. There is no pre-pack for the item or SKU, and there is no minimum order quantity.
Price per unit: $8
Case Number: 1
Add 10 to your cart to receive 10 pieces in size M for only $80.