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The original Barcode Printer app, created by Shopify to work with Dymo printers, is being sunsetted and will no longer be available to use with your Shopify store.
Instead, you can use the new Retail Barcode Labels app to print labels.
Learn more about the Retail Barcode Labels app at the Shopify Help Center.
We’ve just released a simpler way for you to navigate between your Shopify stores.
Now, when you log in to your Shopify admin, you'll see a new dropdown menu in the upper left corner. This dropdown contains all of the stores where you have an account with the same email address. Clicking on a store name will bring you to that store’s Shopify admin.
To help make your stores more secure, your email address (as well as those of your staff) needs to be verified for each store. If your email is not yet verified, then you will be asked to verify your email address before you can switch to other stores.
Learn more about switching between Shopify stores from the Shopify Help Center.
In order to provide greater clarity and ease of use to your customers during checkout, Shopify's checkout team has made some changes to the credit card and debit card input fields!
- Cardholder name is becoming Name on card
- CVV is becoming Security code
- MM / YY is becoming Expiry date (MM / YY)
For a more consistent customer experience, the name of input fields related to expiry and issue dates of cards are now standardized to Expiry Date (MM/YY) and Issue Date (MM/YY).
If you use one of your theme’s supported languages, then you don't need to do anything. We'll update the translation automatically.
If you use custom translations for these fields, then we’ll update your existing translations so that they match the new standardization.
If you need to change your custom translation as a result of this, then you can do so from your Shopify admin. Learn more about creating custom translations for your theme and translating your checkout from the Shopify Help Center.
We're excited to share that our team has been hard at work to bring receipt printing to the Shopify POS app for Android. If you're using the Android POS version 3.5.0 or newer, then you'll see new receipt printing options in the app:
- connect a receipt printer from the POS app
- print a transaction receipt or a gift receipt
Provide feedback on the new features directly to Shopify's retail service specialists by sending an email to email@example.com.
Now you can find POS receipt numbers from an order's details page in both web and mobile.
By using receipt numbers instead of order numbers for customer receipts, Shopify has made notable improvements to the speed of POS checkouts. When your in-person customers can check out faster, it's good for everyone!
You can find the receipt number in the header area of each POS order from your Shopify admin and from the Shopify Mobile app.
To speed up performance, products can no longer have more than 250 tags (whether they're created automatically by an app or created manually in the Shopify admin). Any products that already have more than 250 tags will keep their existing tags, but they can't have more tags added to them unless enough of their existing tags are deleted to bring them under the new limit. This limit currently applies to stores on the Advanced Shopify plan and below.
We're making international selling easier!
When shipping products to international buyers, you need to provide a Harmonized System (HS) code and a country of origin for the products. This information is used by customs to calculate duties.
We've introduced a new way to look up HS codes from the product details page, so you don't need to visit an external website. You can also specifiy the country of origin from the product details page.
When you print international shipping labels by using Shopify Shipping, the HS code and country of origin are automatically added to labels, which saves you from repetitive work. Other shipping apps can also use this information through our API.
Learn more about import fees from the Shopify Help Center.
Shopify has a new version of the Google Shopping app, and the old version is being deprecated and won't be available any more.
You can learn more about switching to the new Google Shopping app from the Shopify Help Center.
When you receive a payout from Shopify Payments, it's labelled "Shopify" on your bank statement by default. You can now edit the payout statement descriptor from the Shopify Payments settings in your admin.
This change can help merchants with more than one store to identify payouts from each store on their bank statements.
Learn how to view your Shopify Payments payouts from the Shopify Help Center.
We've improved the product details screen in Shopify POS so that you can look up inventory quantities across multiple locations.
Retail staff can use Shopify POS to identify out of stock products in-store. They can also tell shoppers about the product inventory that's available at other locations to help make the sale.
Learn more about product details in Shopify POS at the Shopify Help Center.
Give your customers a more seamless return process!
You can now print return labels from your Shopify admin, so that you can include them in shipments. If a customer has to return a product, they can use the label that you sent.
You can also create, send, download, and print return labels from the Shopify mobile app - no need to do it from your computer!
Learn more about creating and sending return labels from the Shopify Help Center.
You can sign up now to attend a webinar about updates to Shopify with our Support team.
This hour-long webinar is focused on the changes Shopify's made in the last month. You'll be in touch with the Support team, so you can ask any questions about updates to Shopify that impact your business. Get more info about what's new in Shopify!
Sign up to learn more about what's new on the Shopify Webinars page.
Merchants in the European Union are being asked to submit or verify their VAT number, or let Shopify know that they don't have a VAT number. Account owners who are affected by this change will receive an email from Shopify. The European Union requires VAT registrants to provide their VAT numbers to Shopify, and requires Shopify to collect VAT numbers.
Introducing a simpler way for Shopify Plus merchants to automate their business with Flow. Templates are sample workflows that you can use right away or customize for your store. Find the most popular workflows in a template library that's organized by business area.
Templates make it easy to automate your business so you spend less time building workflows. Get started by visiting the Templates tab in Flow.
You can now control access to the Marketing and Discount sections of your Shopify admin.
Give the right permissions to the right people
Give your marketers the Marketing permission and let them create new campaigns and view past campaigns. Give your customer service reps the Discounts permission and let them create and manage discounts.
We've made it faster to remove a domain that's set as the primary domain for your Shopify online store.
In the past, you needed to change the primary domain before you would see an option to remove it. Now, just click Remove beside your online store's primary domain to remove it from Shopify - done and done!
Learn more about removing a third-party domain from Shopify in the Shopify Help Center.
Get more control over your slideshows when you use the latest version of Venture, a free Shopify theme for your online store.
With Venture's options, you can customize your slideshow in the following ways:
* set the slide height to match the first image in a slideshow
* display part of a slideshow image that you want to feature
* pause the slideshow and change the slideshow speed.
Sell globally in up to 9 currencies and get paid in your local currency all on a single store!
Selling in multiple currencies is now available for Shopify Plus stores using Shopify Payments, for all of the countries where Shopify Payments is available.
Learn more about multi-currency from the Shopify Help Center.
Between February 4th and March 4th, Shopify Plus merchants with customized checkouts will have the opportunity to upgrade to the latest version of Shopify's checkout, getting access to increased stability, better security, and new features.
For merchants who don't upgrade during this time, Shopify will be automatically upgrading checkouts between March 4th and March 14th.
To learn more about the preview and upgrade process, and see the full list of changes included in this version, you can view this document in our Help Center: https://help.shopify.com/en/manual/checkout-settings/checkout-upgrade
Shopify Payments merchants in Germany and Spain will begin seeing 0% VAT on their Shopify Payments fees starting on their February invoice. The fees are subject to the reverse charge. Merchants will need to account for the VAT in their country. The Shopify Payments Terms of Service will be updated to reflect this change. Account owners who are affected by this change will receive a notification from Shopify. Merchants will need to verify their VAT number with Shopify as a part of this change.
Shopify Shipping offers the lowest USPS shipping rates available anywhere and access to two additional mail classes.
Here’s what’s new:
Priority Mail Cubic pricing is available to merchants on the Shopify and Advanced plans. Cubic pricing is a deeply discounted rate for shipping small packages weighing up to 20 lbs. Save up to 90% off retail Priority Mail costs. This is a great incentive to offer free expedited shipping to customers.
Shopify continues to offer First-Class Package International Service (FCPIS) at 2018 rates instead of 2019 rates. You get up to 21% off retail shipping costs when you ship internationally. These are the lowest FCPIS rate available anywhere.
Parcel Select Ground and Media Mail have been added as shipping methods. These are low-cost options for shipping packages that aren’t in a hurry. Include these methods to build a free shipping strategy for your store.
We’ve just released a simpler way for you to navigate between your Shopify Plus stores. Now, when you log in to your Shopify admin, you will see a new dropdown menu in the upper left corner. This dropdown contains all the Shopify Plus stores where you have an account with the same email address (account name). The stores are grouped in the dropdown by business (based on your Shopify contracts). Clicking on a store name will bring you to that store’s admin.
To help make your stores more secure, your email address (as well as those of your staff) should be verified. When your email is verified, then you can switch to your other stores without being prompted for your passwords. If your email is not verified, then you will be asked for your password.
Learn more about the dropdown at the Shopify Help Center.
Introducing a new pricing strategy for the Shopify Plus wholesale channel that lets wholesale customers order the products they want!
Volume pricing by product allows your wholesale customers to mix and match product variants to meet your store's wholesale pricing requirements. When you set up volume pricing by product, the minimum order quantity, maximum order quantity, and volume is calculated based on the total quantity of all of the variants for each product. You can still choose offer pricing based on the specific quantity of individual variants in an order, too.
Learn More about wholesale pricing from the Shopify Help Center.
Recent product features in Shopify caused changes that made Postmates incompatible as a delivery method. We are exploring other options to support on-demand delivery in the future.
You can also search the Shopify App Store for available third-party local delivery apps.
We've removed the Canada Post for Shopify app. If you're located in Canada, you can show Canada Post rates at checkout and buy discounted shipping labels directly from your Shopify admin. There's no need to install an app to do this any more.
This doesn't impact stores using Shopify Shipping with Canada Post.
Now, when you create a marketing campaign in Shopify, you can base your campaign on a goal instead of starting a campaign at the same time as a specific marketing activity.
By thinking of a goal or objective before starting a marketing activity, you can more easily plan for and organize the marketing activities that you create on Shopify.
Learn more about marketing campaigns from the Shopify Help Center.
Visit Shopify Community to engage in meaningful conversations with other Shopify merchants and partners. Use new features like accepted solutions, search subscriptions, and private messaging. Register and join the conversation at Shopify Community!
Tax calculation is challenging, and mistakes impact your operations and customers, and can also make you vulnerable to penalties. Now, worry less about your Canadian sales taxes with automated rate updates and registration-based sales tax collection.
Automated rate updates
Never track sales tax rate changes in Canada again! Shopify will handle this from now on - GST, PST, HST - all automatically updated so you have up to the minute sales tax rates across Canada.
Registration-based sales tax collection
Not sure where you should be charging taxes? Check out our Canadian Sales Tax Guide. Once you’ve got an idea of where you should be charging taxes, Shopify removes the guesswork. Select the provinces you’re registered in and get going!
Learn more about setting up Canadian taxes at the Shopify Help Center.
Offer your customers more options to pay with tap transactions for Shopify POS.
If your store uses the the Tap, Chip, and Swipe reader in the US, then you can now accept Apple Pay Cash and Discover tap payments. Tap transactions reduce the time at checkout, making payment quick and easy.
Learn more about the Tap, Chip & Swipe Reader at the Shopify Help Center.
Control the access that your staff members have to the apps and channels in your Shopify Plus store. Now you're able to give the right user the right access - reducing the risk of mistakes.
Existing staff permissions have not changed. Users who had the old Apps setting will continue to have access to all apps. Full permissions users can modify apps and channels access for your staff members from the Account page in Shopify. Learn more about restricting app and channel access in the Help Center.
Shopify Plus merchants can now prevent select staff members from exporting store data. You are now able to grant access to areas of the admin, such as orders, without allowing staff members to export data.
Export permissions are now separate from the existing customer, product, order, and draft order permissions. Any staff that had permissions for Customer, Product or Order will still be able to export these records. If you want to prevent staff from exporting data, you need to remove the export permission from their profile.
Easily add your own shipping policy to your store! 64% of customers look for a shipping policy on the product page. Once you add your shipping policy, customers can view it from links on the product page, the cart, and checkout.
Learn more about adding a shipping policy at the Shopify Help Center.
Offer invoicing as a payment option to your customers. Klarna Pay Later allows customers to defer payment interest-free, at no risk to you.
Klarna Pay Later is available only to merchants in Germany using Shopify Payments.
Learn more about Klarna Pay Later for Shopify Payments from the Shopify Help Center.
In-person customers can manage their own split and partial payments using the Customer View display app
Customers can enjoy a smooth checkout, because now they can manage their split payments and partial payments using the Shopify Customer View display app. This app operates on a separate Android device that works with Shopify POS iOS, currently in beta.
Learn more about the Customer View app at the Shopify Help Center.
You've been asking for it, and we heard you loud and clear.
Introducing a new way to assign and print barcode labels for your products. Continue to use your Dymo label printer, or take advantage of new label sheet printing with your laser or inkjet printer.
These barcodes work with your current barcode scanner, or within Shopify POS using your device's camera.
Learn more about retail barcode labels at the Shopify Help Center.
Your customers can check out faster using the improved Express checkout section. The express checkout is personalized to highlight the most convenient checkout method for a customer when the information can be detected.
The personalized checkout is now available for stores in all supported languages. While it's available on all Shopify plans, Plus stores will get this feature as a part of the next checkout upgrade.
Sell and get paid in different currencies is now available for stores using Shopify Payments in the US! Sell to customers who are in a different country than the country where your business is located, without needing to set up a separate bank account.
Selling and getting paid in different currencies is now available for all of the countries where Shopify Payments is available.
Learn more about selling and getting paid in different currencies from the Shopify Help Center.
We've disabled the Online Store search endpoint from being indexed by malicious and fraudulent search queries routed through search engine crawlers, to provide greater stability for your store and admin search.
As a result, crawlers like Googlebot will no longer index pages that begin with
/search. This will have no effect on product pages, collections or any other Online Store page. It also has no effect on visitors using your store's search.
During the busiest times of the year, like Black Friday and Cyber Monday, customers can check out faster.
When there’s high sales volume, processing payments at checkout happens separately from creating orders in your Shopify admin. Customers can check out right away, but there’s a delay before order confirmation emails send, and before you see the order in your Shopify admin.
For example, if you have a flash sale and get thousands of orders a minute, you’ll see a banner on your orders list notifying you of the delay, but you’ll be making sales normally.
This helps improve customer satisfaction with your store and increase conversion rates.
Process refunds and exchanges faster by refunding the balance directly to a gift card. Credit the balance from refunds and exchanges directly to a gift card in Shopify POS.
Learn more about refunding to gift cards in the Shopify Help Center
Protect your store with 3D secure authentication, which provides an additional layer of security for online credit and debit card transactions. When you use 3D Secure with Shopify Payments, your customers need to verify their identity with their bank during checkout. After a customer’s identity is confirmed using 3D Secure, a fraudulent chargeback can’t be filed for the order.
Learn more about 3D Secure from the Shopify Help Center.
Process returns more quickly by creating return labels for Shopify Shipping in your Shopify admin. No need for a separate account or additional steps.
Learn more about return labels in the Shopify Help Center.
This feature is available only for US stores on domestic orders at this time.
Customers can more easily find what they're looking for using improved storefront search in English and Japanese.
The improved search applies weights to specific fields, to make matches for search terms in those fields appear higher in results. For example, we've given titles more weight than descriptions, so products with titles that match search terms are listed above those with descriptions that match.
We've also applied stemming to some fields, which reduces words to their root form. So if someone searches for "knitted sweater", a product called "knit sweater" matches, because "knit" and "knitted" have the same root form.
Learn more about storefront search at the Shopify Help Center.
Accept credit card payments with Shopify Payments - now available in Spain! Stores in Spain can use Shopify Payments for payment processing with features like chargeback management, accelerated checkouts like Apple Pay and Shopify Pay, and payout management.
Learn more about Shopify Payments in Spain.
Customers on your store can now pay by Venmo.
Venmo appears as an accellerated payment option on your Shopify store as well as on dynamic checkout for customers that use the Venmo app. Your store needs to be in the United States and to have PayPal Express Checkout enabled for checkout, and the customer needs to have the Venmo app installed.
Your customers can check out faster using the improved Express checkout section. The express checkout is personalized to highlight the most convenient checkout method for a customer when the information can be detected.
The personalized checkout is now available on English language stores, with more languages to come. While it's available on all Shopify plans, Plus stores will get this feature as a part of the next checkout upgrade.
Read and understand your bill more easily with the updated bill design!
The updated bill clarifies the total breakdown of your fees and provides direct links to charges. A new bill summary includes a payment timeline that shows how and when your bill is paid.
Learn more about Understanding your bill from the Shopify Help Center.
Record each product’s cost to see how they contribute to your business’s profit margin.
You can now add the Cost per item to products in your Shopify admin. If you're on the Shopify Plan or higher, then you can use three new profit margin reports and five new profit finance summaries to better understand your profit.
Developers can leverage the API to manage product cost data in third-party apps.
Create discounts that apply automatically at checkout! Customers who add products eligible for your Buy X Get Y discounts to their carts see the discount applied to their orders at checkout.
Learn more about automatic buy X get Y discounts at the Shopify Help Center.
Returning customers who use Shopify Pay see a Buy with Shopify Pay button when they check out. This is part of our continued efforts to remove friction at checkout and to reduce abandoned carts.
We've improved how you refund an order from the Shopify admin. You can now use a dedicated view to select items and process a refund. Improvements also include showing any applied discounts on items and more clearly indicating the fulfillment status of items.
Learn more about refunding an order from the Shopify Help Center.
This version of the Shopify POS app adds support for Brazilian Portuguese, French, German, Italian, and Spanish, and includes the following features:
- Scan a barcode to add products to exchanges and add information about reason for exchange.
- Add tax exemptions on line items.
As of October 16th, Pinterest no longer supports Buyable Pins.
If you're using the Pinterest sales channel, then no action is required. Pinterest will convert your existing Buyable Pins into Product Pins. Product Pins link directly to the product page on your online store, making it easy for Pinterest users to checkout on Shopify. You can continue to sync your Shopify products to Pinterest through the sales channel, as these will now be discoverable through search on Pinterest as Product Pins.
Learn more about the Pinterest sales channel at the Shopify Help Center.
Create automated workflows across your Shopify Plus store and apps. Connectors extend the power of Shopify Flow to the tools you use every day, eliminating many of the tasks you’re manually doing or patching together with custom code or third-party solutions.
If you have an app installed that has built a connector, the app's custom triggers and actions are available when you create a new workflow. You can start a workflow from an event triggered in one app, and end it with a task actioned in another.
Learn more about Connectors for Shopify Flow and download example workflows for your favorite apps.
Create better slideshows for your online store when you're using Shopify's free Debut theme, now with more options for images and layout. Improved settings include image cropping, text alignment, and call-to-action buttons, as well as mobile layout updates.
This version of the Shopify app adds support for Brazilian Portuguese, French, German, Italian, and Spanish, and includes the following features:
- Run ad campaigns directly in Shopify from the new Marketing tab.
- View permissions, charges, and privacy policies for your apps within app details.
Access your Shopify Capital information from the Settings page in your Shopify admin. Previously, you could access Shopify Capital only with a direct link or by viewing your Home page analytics. Now, you can see the Capital section from the Settings page if you are at any of the stages of funding:
- You have an open offer.
- You're waiting for approval.
- You have active financing.
- You've repaid the full amount.
Learn more about Shopify Capital from the Shopify Help Center.
Activate Fraud Protect for Shopify payments to protect eligible orders against fraudulent chargebacks. When Fraud Protect is activated, online orders processed through Shopify Payments are analyzed and classified as either "protected" or "not protected". This means that you can fulfill orders with confidence, knowing that payment is guaranteed on protected orders.
Fraud Protect is currently available only to select merchants within the United States.
Learn more about Fraud Protect at the Shopify Help Center.
Simplify your marketing efforts! We just launched Marketing, a brand new section in Shopify designed as a central location for your marketing campaigns. The Marketing section includes our first Shopify-built marketing tools for advertising on Google and Facebook.
We’ve heard your feedback loud and clear: now you can use your own UPS rates to create labels in Shopify and save time while fulfilling orders by managing everything in one spot!
Instead of leaving Shopify to fulfill UPS orders, quickly and easily print your UPS labels during the order fulfillment process in your admin. You’ll be billed directly by UPS for your label purchases.
Note: This feature is only available for U.S. stores on the Advanced or Plus plan.
We've restructured Google Shopping so that features are available from the places in the admin where they make the most sense. Instead of accessing the Google Shopping app from the Sales channels list, sync your products to Google Shopping from the Apps page in your Shopify admin, and create Google Smart Shopping campaigns from the Marketing page.
Learn more about the Google Shopping app from the Shopify Help Center.
Use your phone or tablet's camera to scan product barcodes! Quickly add items to cart, and check out your customers without any extra hardware.
Learn more about using Barcode Scanning at the Shopify Help Center.
We've simplified the steps to creating a checkout link from the Buy Button channel. Select any product, and simply copy the link into an email campaign, social media post, or text message to send customers directly to a checkout. It’s a fast way to promote any product, anywhere! 🚀
Also, if you’re creating an embedded collection, you can now set images to a fixed size to create a uniform look for each product!
Finally, we’ve made it easier for you to get started with the Buy Button channel by including more educational content and clear next steps. 🎉
Learn more about the Buy Button channel from the Shopify Help Center.
Shopify managed domains can now be transferred between stores from your Shopify admin - no need to contact Shopify Support in most cases! This is great if you own multiple stores and you want to transfer your domain from one store to another, or if you're transferring a Shopify domain to any other store.
Learn more about transferring Shopify domains from the Shopify Help Center.
Track inventory accurately, everywhere it's stocked! If your business has multiple locations, like retail stores, pop-ups, or warehouses, you can now manage inventory and orders across all your locations in Shopify.
To make sure your inventory quantities are always up to date and you don't oversell, orders and sales are also assigned to locations.
There are a few new ways to update your inventory quantities across all your locations too. Use the inventory list, bulk editor, product page, or a CSV file. You have complete visibility into where all your products are stocked.
Learn more about locations in the Shopify Help Center.
Print packing slips while you’re fulfilling your orders. If you buy shipping labels in bulk with Shopify Shipping, you can print packing slips at the same time. Edit your default packing slip template using HTML, CSS, and Liquid from your shipping settings.
Selling your Shopify products on Instagram just got better! Add shopping stickers to your products in Instagram Stories to make it easy for customers to find them. You can also tag your products in Instagram posts. Customers who find your products on Instagram can tap a link to view and buy them from your online store.
Instagram stories let people share as much as they want throughout the day, with the ability to share multiple moments in photos and videos, which appear together in a slideshow on a user’s story.
Good to know: Shopping stickers can be added to images in Stories, but not videos.
Learn more about selling on Instagram by using the Instagram sales channel from the Shopify Help Center.
Shopify Payments Germany 🇩🇪is available for stores located in Germany! Accept both credit card and SOFORT transactions on your store through Shopify's integrated payments system. Shopify Payments offers a streamlined payment experience including order and chargeback management, Shopify Pay, Apple Pay, and in-house payouts from within your Shopify admin to help simplify your payments.
Learn more about Shopify Payments Germany and how it can benefit your business.
Update inventory quantities without risking making changes to other product details, using the new CSV export and import tool.
Unlike the existing CSV file for products, this CSV is focused exclusively on updating inventory quantities. The benefit of a more focused spreadsheet is that it's faster and easier to update inventory quantites in bulk, without risking overwriting other product information (such as publishing details or product images).
This feature is extra useful to support your inventory cycle or annual inventory counts!
Learn more about exporting or importing inventory with a CSV file in the Help Center.
You don't have to create custom pages for your store policies any more! 📜
Add and update your store policies from an easy-to-find, dedicated section, and link to them from your store menus. In the past, you could see your store policies, like your Terms of Service, on your checkout page, and you could update them from the Checkout settings. Now, you can find policies in the Settings > Legal section.
Best of all - Add any policy to any menu in your online store, to make it easier to keep them up to date. One source of truth! You won't have to worry about forgetting to update these legal documents in two different places.
Learn more about store policies from the Shopify Help Center.
When a customer who uses Shopify Pay returns to your store within 30 days, they can check out faster than ever.
Customers returning to the same store can now use Shopify Pay without an SMS validation. This will work for customers using the same device and browser within 30 days of their last order. Instead, customers will be redirected to the new pay.shopify.com landing page to confirm their details.
This is another big step to reducing friction on the checkout!
Learn more about the Shopify Pay customer experience at the Shopify Help Center.
We've beautifully redesigned the Shopify App Store from ground up to help you find the right app for your unique business.
Choose the best app for your business with streamlined listings, clear app information, and a simplified pricing structure. Search is now more accurate than ever, with relevant information available right on the search results page. Finally, app recommendations are smarter than ever and tailored to you.
Give your customers the chance to leave a tip! Add tipping to the checkout for in-person orders processed with the credit payment method. Your customers can have the opportunity to share their appreciation for great service in your store.
Learn more about collecting, tracking and refunding Shopify POS Tips.
Good news! With Shopify Payments, now you can sell in a preferred currency and get paid in your local currency. This means you can sell to customers who are in a different country than the country where your business is located, without needing to set up a separate bank account for that currency.
Selling and getting paid in different currencies is available to stores in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Ireland, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, Germany, and the United Kingdom.
Learn more about selling and getting paid in different currencies from the Shopify Help Center.
Share more of your beautiful product photos with customers in the same Buy Button template! 😀
We’ve made an update to the first Buy Button template (product image, price, and button) so you can include all of your product images, instead of just variant images.
In addition, we’ve updated the Change product and Full width preview buttons in the Buy Button sales channel to make them more visible. You might not spot the difference at first glance, but we wanted to mention it anyway. 👍
Visit the Shopify Help Center to learn more about Buy Button.
Include freebies with any number of eligible products in an order! Buy X Get Y can now be applied multiple times per order, so you have a lot more control over your giveaways. 🏷
Check which apps are currently on a trial and how many days you have left. Account owners can view specific billing information for apps. 🎉