Modify Shopify Product Weight
Hey guys, Chris from Icon Ecom here. Today we are going to discuss how to update the weights for your products in your Shopify store. This process is only necessary if you have old products that you have been with Printac or Icon Ecom for a while. We did not use to push the weights over with our products in Shopify, so if you have old products that you want to be able to update and charge the calculated shipping rates on instead of the flat rate shipping that you are used to, then this is the video for you. If you are a new customer or even just from the last couple of weeks, go in and look at your products. It's likely that the weights are already in there, and you can skip this video. This is just for customers that have been around for a while that want to update their weights.
- If you already have products pushed over to your Shopify store and you want to set those up for the calculated rates as well, you can come into Shopify's mass edit feature.
- Select the products that you want to edit and come in here to edit products.
- If the weight field is not already there, come in here to add fields, and select weight under shipping.
- If you have multiple sizes, all of those additional sizes would show up here as well for you to be able to add the weight on.
- It can get rather tedious if you're updating a lot of t-shirts where you have five-six plus sizes that you need to update the weights on.
- You can pick a middle of the road size like an XL or 2X and just put that in for all of your t-shirts just to save you the work of having to go in and edit each one.
- The mass update feature here is pretty good. You can get these weights from your Printac account.
- If you come into products and select any of the products, you'll see a shipping info option here which will give you the weight and dimensions.
- Shopify does not use dimensions in their calculated rates unfortunately, so there can sometimes be a little bit of a difference between our calculated rate and what Shopify's calculated rate is.
- You can grab the weights from here for your products and put those over into your Shopify store.
Updating the weights for your products is necessary if you have old products that you have been with Printac or Icon Ecom for a while. Shopify's mass edit feature makes it easy to update the weights for all your products at once. You can get the weights from your Printac account and put them in your Shopify store. By doing this, you can charge calculated shipping rates instead of the flat rate shipping that you are used to.
Shipping Orders on Shopify (Importance of adding Product Weight)
- The importance of adding weight to products on Shopify
- Personal experience with not adding weight
- How to add weight to products
- Adding weight saves time when fulfilling orders
- Shopify automatically calculates shipping based on weight
- Adding weight during product creation saves time in the long run
Steps to add weight:
- Go to All Products
- Click on the product you want to edit
- Go to the Variants section and click Edit
- Add weight in the Weight section
- Save changes
- Adding weight to products is a valuable step in Shopify
- Saves time and effort in the long run
- Don't make the mistake of not adding weight
How to Add Shopify Shipping Rates - Free Shipping, Flat Rate Shipping, & Weight-Based Shipping
In this video tutorial, Sam from Keycommerce shows us how to set up shipping settings in Shopify. He explains that there are three main ways to set up shipping rates: free shipping, flat price, and weight-based. The choice depends on the products, the store, and how the products get to the customer. Sam also mentions that you can set up profiles to categorize different products and give them different shipping rates.
To set up shipping rates, you start by going to the settings panel and then to shipping and delivery. Then, you can create a shipping zone and add in your rates. You can set up integrations and apps to calculate your rates for you. Sam shows us how to segment products and charge different rates based on weight or price. He also mentions that you can use your shipping as a sales and marketing strategy.
In conclusion, setting up shipping settings in Shopify is easy and can be tailored to your specific needs. By thinking about your store and customers, you can use your shipping rates to encourage more sales and increase your average order value.
How To Add Weight Variants To Shopify Products
Kier Anderson with DigitalRed Zone is back with a follow-up video to answer a question about adding weight variance to products in a Shopify store.
Steps to Add Weight Variance:
1. Add your product, title, description, and images as usual.
2. Ignore pricing and weight if there will be multiple variants.
3. Add your variants (e.g. large and small) and save the product.
4. Edit the variant and add the pricing for each variant.
5. Add the weight for each variant (e.g. large is 1 pound and small is 0.5 pounds).
6. Save the variant.
7. Publish your product.
By following these simple steps, you can add weight variance to your products in your Shopify store and accurately calculate shipping costs. If you have any further questions, don't hesitate to reach out to DigitalRed Zone for more help.
FASTEST WAY to Bulk Edit Prices on Shopify!
Hey guys, in this quick video, I want to show you how to edit the prices of your products on Shopify in the fastest way possible. I noticed that many people are not doing it efficiently, so I figured out a trick that can save you a lot of time.
1. Open up your products and click on inventory.
2. If you're selling clothing or jewelry, make sure to put specific keywords in your title to group all the items together.
3. Click on the product you want to edit and select Edit variants.
4. Highlight all the variants on the left side by pressing command + down arrow (or control + down arrow for Windows).
5. Type in the new price and it will be automatically saved for all the variants on that page.
6. Open up multiple tabs to edit multiple pages at once.
7. Make sure to save each page before closing it out.
8. Wait until the checkmark appears to ensure that all changes have been saved.
- Use the open link in new tab option for faster editing.
- Keep the tabs open to edit multiple pages at once.
- Add specific keywords to your titles to group similar items together.
- Don't close out pages until changes have been saved to avoid wasting time.
I hope this trick helps you save time when editing prices on Shopify. It's a simple but effective method that can save you hours of work. Don't forget to subscribe for more tips and tricks on dropshipping!
How to weight your product for shipping| calculate weight and shipping for Shopify
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In this quick video, I want to help those of you who don't know how to determine shipping costs for your products. It's important to properly weigh your products so that you can enter the correct shipping information on your website and avoid losing money on shipping costs.
Here are some tips:
- Get yourself a scale that can measure in pounds, ounces, and kilograms.
- Weigh each product individually and write down the weight.
- If you sell a combo set, weigh all the products together to get the total weight.
- Use an e-commerce platform like Shopify to enter the weight of your products and calculate shipping costs.
- Don't forget to add an extra box to your shipping cost to cover the cost of boxes and tape.
I hope this video was helpful for those of you who had questions about shipping costs. Make sure to check out my ebooks for more business tips and tricks. Thanks for watching!
Adding Weights Using Shopify app
In this article, we will discuss a simple and easy way to add weights to your Shopify app. We will go through the steps of adding different sizes to your Shopify weights and the tools you will need to accomplish this task.
1. Ensure you have the Shopify app downloaded and your shipping scale is ready.
2. Make sure your scale is postal friendly and accurate.
3. Zero out your scale before weighing your products.
4. Fold your products neatly to ensure accurate weights.
5. Write down the accurate weights for each size.
6. Input the accurate weights into your Shopify app.
7. Double-check to ensure the correct weights are entered.
8. Focus on adding weights for now and come back to inventory and international duties later.
Adding weights to your Shopify app is a simple and easy process that can be done with just a few steps. With the right tools and accurate measurements, you can provide your customers with accurate shipping rates and labels during fulfillment. Don't forget to double-check your entries and come back to other details later. Happy selling!
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