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Published on: February 4 2023 by pipiads

See and change Product positions in Shopify Smart Collections (Automated Collections)

here's something awesome about the smart collections and their products. you see, you have here, for example, manual sort where you can change the positions. but of course, if you have many collections, how do you change? how do you know at first what products there are in those smart collections and how do you change their positions? so, with excel file, you can export smart collections with the rules and with linked products to the excel file. alright, so if you download that exported file here, you can see there is this, this collection here, this collection available in stok. it takes up so many rows because here are those products which exist in this collection. so there's a product ID, the position and the handle and so, basically, yeah, those, those are the positions and if you, if you need to change them, you can, for example, change it like that, for examples, swap it, let's make Airbus three, one, eight appear as as the first one. we can delete those, save and import back the same file. alright, so it updated one collection and now, if we refresh it, yep, you should see that Airbus is now here on the top and of course, there is a lot more to that. you can also change the rules. that's, that's already known. but first. at first the app is identifying when you are importing. it identifies by the ID, but if it doesn't find the product by ID in that collection, it will search it by the handle. and it's very valuable if you are exporting products from one shop and importing them into the other with all the collections. so your export and import will basically retain the same positions of those products as you have them in your export file. and yeah, and as always with with all the excel file, imports, you actually don't need any other columns. you can just delete those columns and basically update only what you need to update. so in this case, for example, we will again update the positions. but you must remember that. let me show you here there is a column: sort order. the sort order should- we should- be always manual. so if you will not have the manual sort order there, you will still see in the export, you will still see the the products which are in this collection. but here the positions would be empty. and so let's imagine if, if you have a collection which didn't have the sort order manual, you can import it, you can make it manually sorted and at the same time change the product positions in the same import, and I'll show you one other way how to change the. let's put the Challenger on the first place, but now we will not have positions. we will have it like this: we will just move the challenger on the top and, yeah, for example, you can set: this is position one. Boeing will be positioned too, and for all the other positions we just leave empty, and it means that it will retain the same order as it is in this file. so we specifically specify that: okay, I want this as first and this as a second, and sort order as manual, and that's it. and even if we will set for exam poor manually here, but it's the best selling order here. you see, now the Challenger, is it? okay? the Challenger is first, let's put lowest price. okay, now we have this kind of sort order. but as soon as we will import this file, okay, now, now refresh, boom. you see, you have the sort order manual, and the first is challenger, then is Boeing and then all the rest of the products in this order as they appear here. yeah, that's how it basically works. have fun, you.

How to Backup Shopify Pages, Collections

welcome back guys. I know it's been a few weeks since I uploaded a video, so I wanted to come back with something really special today. so today we're gonna be toking about backups and why it's super important that you have a backup app installed on your Shopify store. now most of you might think, wait a minute, it's a SAS product. obviously, Shopify has backups of all their software because if they didn't, their business would be over in one outage. but I'm not toking about backing up the software for Shopify. what I am toking about backing up is your personal data. so it's taken a lot of effort for you to put in the description, the images, the configuring Shopify to make sure that it works exactly for your business. you want to protect this information so that if there is a situation where it wouldn't be, if Shopify goes down and loses your data- that's not what we're toking about. we're toking about is whether or not a staff member or someone who's working for you accidentally goes in and makes the wrong change. they go and change a complex system that you've already set up and you have no idea how they made that change, made the change in their. so what we want to do is we want to be able to provide you with a backup so, in case that this happens, it's easy for you to go and restore to your previous version. it also allows you to be more confident when you're rolling something new so that if you do make a mistake or something does happen that you weren't intending, it's easy to rollback. so I'm gonna hop up on my screen now and I'm gonna show you how to install the backup app that we recommend and how to get it going right away. so if we're on my screen and we go to apps, there's a couple ways that we can go and get this app now. the app that we're gonna be installing is called rewind I oh so on my demo store, I've already gone and installed it and I started doing a backup, because it takes a few hours for the first backup to go through, especially on this store where I have a thousand products installed on it. I wanted to get that started before we went and did this video. but here is how you go and add in the app. so if you go to the location, some will see a slash backup and I'm gonna put that location here as well as in in the description. it'll take you directly to the page. so let's go and test that out. so if we go to Sun Bowl dot, CA, slash back up, hit enter, it's going to refer us directly to rewind back up. we can hit the add the app button and it's going to ask us to confirm and put in our Shopify store location. once we put in our Shopify store location, it's gonna ask us to approve the app and then it's gonna start doing the first backup. now, once it starts going through the first backup, it's gonna take a little while. now you can just close this window and leave it as it is, because what they're going to do is they're gonna send you an email telling you when the backup has been completed. so you're getting any an email. it's gonna tell you how many products were backed up. it's gonna tell you all your themes or collections, your navigations, that sort of thing. so, once that is finished and then I'm gonna go and show you how to restore it. okay, now that that's finished, now I'm going to show you guys how to restore a backup. so if you want to go into the dashboard and you want to start off by going to apps, we're gonna scroll down until we get to the rewind i/o backups for Shopify app. we're gonna click into that and we're gonna go into the app. now. this app is really easy to use. it's super simple and it's super straightforward. so what we can do is we can go into the rewind vault and we can restore our products, either one at a time, so if we made an error on a single product, we can restore that product, or we can restore the entire store. if that's something that we're looking to do, so let's go into the vault and then we can select a product. so we're gonna select a product and, because we're currently processing it, there's gonna be a number of products in here that are gonna solely filter in as we go, but we can still restore a product right away. so we're gonna go to a SOHO Python handbag. we're gonna go to the versions. we can see the exact version of the product that we want to be able to restore. we're going to get arrows on right and left hand sides once we have multiple backups. so rune line is only going to show you versions if something has changed. so on this current demo store that we have, nothing has changed since we first took the backup. if there was different versions of a change. you would get arrows on the side which would allow you to select the one that you want. now I can hit rewind product. it will come up and it will give me a warning whether or not I want to rewind it. I hit yes, it will process it and then it will restore your product. so now you're very easily able to go and do it. so this is that's a basic overview of how you install the rewind backup. now there is one other piece that I want to show you is if you want to go and restore your entire store. now I'm still backing up this current one, but when it's finished I can go in and I can restore the entire store. so that's everything from themes to collections to menus, the whole snapshot of what your, your website looks like. I can go and I can restore that. and so if you're about to do a huge rollout or you're going to be updating information on a wide scale and doing a bunch of changes and you want to make sure that if you mess it up, you can go back, you can get, enter the store, rewind and remind the whole thing back to the beginning. so that's basic overview of what I have for you guys today. I hope this is super helpful. remember, you do need to backup all your stuff, even if you're on a SAS service. that information that you have created over the years of working on your store is invaluable and you don't want to accidentally delete it because he clicked on the wrong button. that's up for me today. I hope you guys are having a great week and we will catch you in the next one.

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Collection Filters in Shopify 2.0 - Full Tutorial & Concepts

shopify 2.0 has completely changed the way that filtering works. we now have a brand new filters section under the navigation in the shopify dashboard. we can finally filter by price. we can filter by product options like size, without having to tag products with the size or the price, as we had to do previously. on the other hand, we are losing tag based filtering and i know that's a big deal for many of you, especially if you have a large store. your entire catalog may have been organized around tags and now you have to rethink your whole system. it's maybe even a deal breaker for you with upgrading to shopify 2.0. but don't worry, i'm going to give you some tips on how you can transition from the old tag based filtering system to the new one. in general. in this video i'll quickly discuss the differences between the old filtering system and the new one in shopify 2.0. then i'll move on to kind of a tutorial format. i'll teach you everything about setting up filters and i'll show you lots of examples. first i'm going to show you how to set up basic filters like size and price. then i'll show you how to create your own custom filters using fields. my example will be filtering by fabric- and you'll be able to filter by cotton, wool or polyester, and you can apply this knowledge to whatever it is that you sell. it's going to be the same concept. i'll also briefly tok about color filters and why this is the most difficult kind of filter to set up, and finally, i'll discuss filtering apps. there are a couple of situations when filtering apps might be the best solution for your store. for example, if you still really need filtering by tag and you also want filtering by price and other advanced filters, right then you might need to use an app. but first let's tok about the difference between the old filters and the new ones. so, finally, filters are now a built-in part of shopify instead of being a feature of a theme. that's very important difference. this is the reason why the whole system has changed. filtering in shopify used to be done inside of the theme. some themes had filters and some did not. so if you wanted filters, firstly you had to get a theme that actually offered that feature, and what you would do is you tag your products and then you set up the filters inside the theme customizer- not inside the shopify dashboard, but inside the theme, right, and this was very inconvenient because every theme had a different way of setting them up. you had to read the instructions for that partikular theme and then you had to name your tags accordingly, right? so usually with underscores or dashes or some specific format, so that those filters got grouped and they would show up in the correct way. this was bad for a few reasons. firstly, it's confusing. there were many times when a client asked me to help with a bug when really it was just a matter of naming the filters correctly. it was also time consuming because you had to manually tag all of your products or you had to use some kind of bulk editing app to do that. you know also, you're just creating a whole lot of tags on products, which is kind of messy. and then, lastly, if you change themes or if you even update the same theme, but you have to set up the theme settings again, you also have to set up the filters again, right? so in general, it was just hard to manage. so now we finally have filters built into the shopify admin. you can find them under online store navigation page and it's a lot easier to use, at least for basic filters. it just makes sense. you simply tik what filters you want to activate, right. you don't need to do a whole bunch of tagging, so you save time. your product stays cleaner. this also means that the filters are now standardized and will work across themes in exactly the same way, except for color filters, but i'll get to that. but still now, when you change or update themes, your filters stay intact. there is a separation between your themes and the filtering. you don't have to worry about moving to a new theme. your filters will not break, they will just work. there is a downside, though, for many stores, and that is that tag filtering isn't really an option anymore. so if you're watching this video to confirm that, then yes, it's true, no more tag filtering. you will still be able to add tags to products. tags are not going anywhere, but they're more intended to be used for internal administration, organization of your store- right for things like automatik collections, for example, and not so much for customer facing things like filtering. instead of tags, the new filters now use actual product data, things like the price, the product type, the vendor, the product options or the variants that you have, like size or color or whatever you may have- and, of course, meta fields for those custom fields, for those custom filters. if you don't know what meta fields are. i'll be teaching you in this tutorial as well, so let's tok about each of those in a little bit more detail, okay? so, as you can see, this filters menu is kind of split up into three sections. we have this: products, product options and meta fields. i'm going to tok about this one now. i'm calling it product properties because it's properties that the product has on its own without you adding anything to it, so like the price, the availability. now it has these four properties: availability, price, type and vendor- and that's all there is to it. you can't add to these. these are the default filters that every shopify store will have. the most useful of these is probably the price filter, because this is the one that was most painful to set up in older themes. so here i've got- actually here i've got a price filter on the old version of turbo and, as you can see, i had these tags like under 25 and then 25 to 50, and then 50 to 75. those were the price ranges that people could filter by, and then i had to tag all products with this kind of pricing and if there were two different variants and they were in two different brackets, then i had to add two of these tags to them. that was very difficult to do- obviously not on my store because it's a test store, but i've definitely done this on client stores and it was a pain. and look, now the situation has changed completely. it's so easy. you just tik this box, hit save and then you will have the price filter appear on your theme. it will look differently on different themes, so in dawn we actually have to enter a number, right? so i want all products that are under eighty dollars. i would enter eighty dollars. we see this filter zero to eighty, we can go from forty or whatever. anyway, it just works and you really don't have to do anything besides check this filter. so, my god, so much easier and saves so much time. and the other one is the product type. that's something that you should pay attention to as well. i know that a lot of stores they don't even use this. they don't even fill this out because previously it was not that useful, but now it is one of the major filtering types and shopify obviously wants you to use that more. so you should think about naming your product types in a way that actually helps customers browse your store. okay. so the next filter type that i want to tok about is the product options. now, these are actually dynamically taken from the options or the variants that are on your product. so here i have a size option, right, and that's where we're getting size from here. and if my products did not have any options- like if it was a single option product like this water bottle that i have here- it has no options- if all of my products had no options, then we would have nothing here. so it's possible that on your store you don't have anything here at all. and likewise, if i did add options, for example, if this bottle has two different variants- you know it has a one liter bottle and it has a 500 ml bottle for americans, that's, you know, 32 and 16 ounces- and so now this product does have variants or options. if i save, that, that's immediately going to be updated. if we refresh, that's immediately going to be updated in th.

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Bulk Export all Products from Shopify in 5 Minutes with Product Variants | Intellemo

hello. one of our ecommerce clients has their website on shopify and needed to export their product list to create a backup of the same. you may want to export your product list for various reasons, such as creating a backup, editing them or for simply importing them to some other platform. i'm common product manager at intel mo and in this video we'll see how you can export your product list from shopify. after you have logged into your shopify account, you can click on products right here and then click all products, so all your products with the required information will come here, and then you can click on export right here. since we'll be exporting all the products, we'll select the second option and then click on the button export products. since i'm exporting all the products, my export will be delivered on my email id. i've received a file containing the product list and then save it. as you can see, all the required information has appeared here in different columns. we won't get product id here, so to get the product id, we will go back to our shopify account again and in the url just ahead of admin will write variance dot json. question mark limit is equal to 250. this is because shopify shows only 250 products when we want to look at their product id and, as you can see, product id for all the products will appear right here. so you can either simply copy paste it in your text editor or you can also right click, add, save as. so i write here variance id and save my file. now, to get products of page 2 in my url, i'll write and page 2, so i'll save this as well. now, if i go back to the sheet, then you'll realize that the category is also missing. so for this you can either edit in type right here, or you can also create a new column with the name collections. so i'll insert a column here and i'll write collections. if you do not want to put categories for every product manually here, then you can click on more filters right here, and in the collections you can select a category, let's say select, show it here, and then all my products which are in the short category will get displayed, and then i'll export these right here separately. so again, this has been delivered to my mail id. similarly, i can change the filter. for example, here i'll select shoes this time, and for selecting any other category i'll simply clear the filters. again you can collate all these sheets which you've received from shopify so that your category is visible to you in the sheet that you're creating. we hope you can easily export your product list from shopify now. if you want, you can import the same in intel. most dashboard steps for the same are given in our next video and you can find its link in the description below. this will help you in launching your marketing campaigns easily, in few minutes, with our ready-made ads. if you like this video, then give it a thumbs up, share and subscribe you.

How To Get Variant IDs for products in Shopify (using Liquid)

hello, all right, I'm going to show you how to get variant and product IDs for a list of products and shadow 5 for which you have the handles. I'll show you how I got those real quick. the reason for this is because I need to do a lookup based on all these items in need their variant IDs so they can hang on to the cart, to the page. so, basically, from products you export all products. thanks, yes, we take that over to Google sheets and you just import like this, and then I just copy this to new ones so I will type the original and then deleted the products that I don't need and then just copy these handles over here in a sublime text. and doesn't seem like there's a nice easy way to get all these, so I'll show ya used before, but should just so. first, what we're going to do is we're going to create a new layout file, and the idea here is basically going to be that we have a blank layout file and everyone's just use Shopify to fill out anything using this actual, real, essentially uploading. it's going to be a new layout product- oops, not HTML page- and then let's make little paged. see if that worked. Oh, but we did know, at templates page they do it way out: missing toking. all right, like that. better. now let's see if that word been sweet. okay, so now I have all these handles and so what's coming from here? so all I've got to do- I think the easiest way- is to just use the all products, or a which is just all products, and then you can call it directly by the handle, and this would get us up to 20 at a time. sass gets you the product and then variants, first [Music], oh yeah, so let's just see if that works, and I could miss remembering this. it's possible we can do all these the same time, but no promises. there's also something where you can paginate products by a thousand, but I think that they would have to be in a collection to do that. one thing you can just all right, bada-boom, so that works for easy copy-paste, the array that all reference here, when I basically just need to pull in that very an ID once I know the color selection. so basically, that's how I would do it. since there's only one hundred and fifty six of these, I would just do it eight times. do that to get all these, which is what I'm gonna do, by just four smg's. see, I think it caps out, or at least you used to- County calls per page: [Music]. yes, so I'll just do those in eight batches. anyone knows an easy way to get around that without having to group them all into a collection? let me know all ears. but yeah, that's right, that's how I do it.

How it works? - Matrixify for Shopify Data Import / Export using Excel

Matrixify is basically a Swiss knife for managing your Shopify store data. But let me quickly show you the basic things, how how it works, so that you can get an initial grasp. So, for example, we have an empty store. there are like no products, nothing. And we have Matrixify app - here on the side and we just want to build our store data Right. so we uh, make an Excel file where there are some products, for example, Let's make it 10 products. We assign a sheet name - here will be "Products", because each data entity can have its own sheet. Basically we can put here by products, customers, orders and so on, Any kind of data that is in your Shopify store, And then we save it like "test file". Then we go to the import section and upload the file. It will analyze what's inside that file and here you will see that, Okay, it found "Products" sheet with 10 items in it and with just the title, And here we can change some Options like schedule the import or do a repeated import. what should we do with that data, how we process it or where to send the results file and so on. But basically we start the import and we see now that it has finished and it has produced the results file. We can download the results file and see and see that for each product it says okay and in the comment it says what happened to this product. In that way, if something goes wrong, you can always read here exactly what the error is for this partikular item. And if we go to products, then we see that our products are here, created Right. and the same way to the opposite direction. you can export the data from your store and here you can select what sheets to include in your export. Like, we can take the products and maybe customers, and then we can expand those and select what kind of what column groups we want to include here, or either unselect specific columns or include everything, if you like. and here notike that it has this "Slow" tag, which means that to get this data it will take a bit slower And something is "Very Slow", so pay attention to those. Then there are "Customize Columns" - you can reorder those columns. you can assign specific value, what do you want to set for "Command" and so on. Also remove from here, if you like. Then you can apply filters, How to filter, like what partikular data to include in this export. So, for example, "Type" [equals to any of] and something And again - the same with the Customers, because we selected those as well. And again - the Options is about scheduling where to put the results file. You can also upload them to a server like FTP or SFTP server And you can format the dates in a specific way. And also you can choose what formats to export to - whether it's Excel or CSV, or even to different other export formats. Right, and when you run the export, then it will generate that specific file for us. And also, while it's running: Okay, it's finished, but you saw there was a Cancel button, so you can cancel it anytime. The same is valid for imports. So we download the file, Then we can see all the fields that you selected and actually how it works. you can change anything here - like update and import it back and it will update: update those products with those partikular fields that you have included in this file. Like also, you can use Google Sheets to compile your data and import from that URL here, or you can also choose a server like FTP or SFTP server to import, Or actually from any URL. It also concerns the migrations, because we allow migrating from many systems, So there is very much to tok about. So here you can see the history of all the jobs and change different settings And, of course, upgrade the paid plan. And if you need additional help - here down when you scroll down is the link to this "How it works" tutorial. Here's this video you are watching now, And I strongly suggest you to go take those 10 minutes and read through this "How it works" page, because it has a lot more to explain about what you can do with Matrixify. And also here we have a documentation about each sheet, and all their fields are explained, Everything you might need to actually work with your data. Here is the template file that you can download - where you can see all the possible fields that you can use. Also the documentation about the UI. In case you need to migrate to Shopify from your existing platform, then you can look into this Migrations tutorial and all the systems that you can migrate from - to Shopify using the Matrixify app. Yeah, and if none of that helps - we are here for you. So here is the "Contact Us" page. you can reach us on Slack or by email and we'll be there to help you anytime. So see you inside Matrixify.