Cherry-pick the Shopify data you need from the Shopify connector
Deploy simple Python scripts to fit the Shopify data to your schema
Send the user data directly to your backend
Access all the objects the Shopify API offers
A checkout is considered abandoned when a customer leaves the checkout after the first page without completing their purchase.
A customer represents a customer account with the shop.
Discount codes enable specific discounts to be redeemed.
An inventory item represents a physical good. It holds essential information about the physical good, including its SKU and whether its inventory is tracked.
An inventory level represents the quantities of an inventory item for a location.
A location represents a geographical location where your stores, pop-up stores, headquarters, and warehouses exist.
An order is a customer's request to purchase one or more products from a shop.
The record of the line items and transactions that were refunded to a customer, along with restocking instructions for refunded line items.
The Product resource lets you update and create products in a merchant's store.
A Shopify shop.
An object representing exchange of money for a product or service.
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Select the data you need from our library of connectors.Browse our connectors.
Use our standard schemas, or develop custom mapping scripts so data comes in how you want it.Browse our standard schemas.
Receive new data directly in your backend via database, filestore, API, and more.
Our embeddable components give customers an intuitive way to link their accounts.Read more in the docs.
Maintain visibility into your integration workflows with detailed job logs, reporting, and real-time alerting baked in.