The seller/vendor needs to sign up on the store or log in to access the account.
Go to this link (or click the button below) which you can use to signup/login.
Below is what the signup/login page for the seller will look like.
After you have created your seller account, you will have access to a personal dashboard, as seen below.
By clicking on the “Profile” tab you can then enter in your personal/ shop details…
…along with your payment method too.
Please upload your brand representative’s photo here.
Upload your brand’s logo here.
Scroll to the bottom of the “My Account” page to upload your brand’s Video Introduction under the heading “Store’s Banner Image.”
Click “Upload Banner Image” and then select “Video.” Next, you will be asked to copy your video’s YouTube Embed Code.
For Video Introduction guidelines and help, go here.
The seller can manage the invoice and all the other configuration. Simply click the “configuration” tab and then “invoice settings.”
Below is the screenshot of the invoice configuration that will be sent from the seller to the customer.
For the following highlighted section, the seller must be logged in to their brand’s personal Shopify account.
LOGIN TO YOUR BRAND’S SHOPIFY
All the data you grant access to the app are private and can’t be seen nor used by SQRSUN. They will only permit the app to keep your store synchronized with SQRSUN’s.
To set up your brand’s product synchronization with SQRSUN’s marketplace, a Private App needs to be created. Firstly the seller needs to visit the “Apps” section of his/her Shopify Store. Then, scrolling down to the bottom, You will get the “Manage Private Apps” option. Click on it to create a new Private app.
API Key and Password are the ones you will need to insert after.
The seller needs to login to his/her seller dashboard to configure the seller sync app details.
Seller Panel>>Configuration>>Seller Sync App Configuration>>Configure Details>>Save.
Now, configure the details here:
As soon as the details are configured, the seller will get an option to import his/her Shopify store products to the admin’s store.
The seller will have the option to map the admin’s store product type & collection with the product type & collection of their Shopify store.
Similarly, sellers can map the product type of their respective stores with the product type of your Shopify store.
Thus, clicking the Map Type, the seller will have the option to choose once product type from the admin’s store and map the same with the product type of his/her Shopify store.
Now, clicking on the Import Products button, the seller can import products from his/her Shopify store to the admin’s Shopify store.
Seller will have three methods to import products:
Choose a Date Range & import products that are created in between the entered range.
Import products by comma-separated product IDs.
Import products by product handle.
This way, sellers can import products to the admin’s store. Thus, all the products imported by the seller will be visible in the “Product Listing” section of his/her seller panel.
In case any seller’s product (listed on the admin’s store) is not synced with the seller’s store then the seller can sync products manually from the Product Listing section.
NOTE: As according to SQRSUN’s Guidelines and Rules, please ensure the product prices are the same across the brand’s website and our marketplace.
In the price rule menu, the seller can create a price rule to manage the price of the product on your Shopify store. The seller has to set the price rule:
The seller requires certain permission to create a private app to make the sync process work. In case the seller has missed enabling any permission and created the private app, still, he/she will have the option to register webhooks from his/her seller panel.
The seller can visit the Seller Sync App Configuration where all the webhooks get listed. Just register/unregister webhooks as per the requirement.
Using the seller Shopify store connector, the admin can now allow sellers to view/register webhooks from the seller panels based on the permission provided.
Seller Panel>>Seller Sync App Configuration>>Click Shopify Webhooks
All the registered webhooks will be listed like this as shown in the below screenshot. The seller can anytime unregister webbhooks from the listing.
The seller can unregister/delete webhook and can anytime register it again.
Sellers can now map products with their connected Shopify stores. In case a seller wants to map a product with a specific product of his/her Shopify store then, the variant will be mapped automatically.
Seller can map the products from the Product Listing>>Edit product>>Map Product button.
Clicking the Map Product button, the seller can choose whether to map the products manually or auto-map with any specific product with same SKU or Option Name.
On selecting the “Map Product Automatic” option:- The seller needs to choose a product from his/her Shopify store and then, choose the Map Type as “Map with SKUs” or “Map with Option Name”.
On selecting “Map Product Manually” option:-
Once you choose this option, the seller simply needs to select his/her Shopify store product with which the seller’s marketplace product needs to be mapped & click the Submit button.
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