This app is for you if you manage Shopify store data, you like precision, and you need to control the outcomes of
your work. Beneficial is if you know how to use Excel (or similar spreadsheets apps), or at least are willing to
learn those things.
If you have used Shopify CSV export and import feature, then this is your next level tool. If you feel like CSV
files and manual data entry limit you in any way - it is very likely that you will find your solution here.
You import the same structure Excel file as you export.
Download this Excel file and use it as an example and as a template.
The app is updating your Store data on Shopify database, so you own your data at all times. Even after
you uninstall the app.
We know you spend too much time on creating and updating your Collections of products. You might be even paying
somebody to do that for you, and then re-check it yourself anyway, because of potential errors.
If you use Excelify.io for just this one thing - you have bought your precious time and sanity back. You will be
able to import and export collections yourself, if you decide to do so; and have a clear overview - what's inside
each of those collections by doing an export.
Whatever fields you see in your Shopify Admin, you are able to export and import them with Excelify.io.
You can bulk-update any of those fields individually or all together.
Yes, you can export and import Orders now, and you can copy them from one store to another with the same
Having Metafields as just additional columns along with items they are attached to, makes your data whole, and you
can edit, add or delete them just as any other field values.
Those include also Variant Metafields.
SEO metadata is also there.
If you tried to import products or customers with CSV files in other language with special language encoding, you
know the pain. With Excel files your data will be imported correctly.
All your exported store contents fit into that one exported Excel file. You can easily copy your store by just
importing that same exported Excel file to your other store.
Whichever plan you choose, you have one additional store included in the same price. Send your both store URLs to
our Support, and we will put them on the same plan.
See the tutorial: How
To Clone Your Shopify Store?
Import manually or schedule, or auto-repeat imports from files from Dropbox, Google Drive or Google Sheets.
Schedule the import from a file that is found on URL - to always load your up-to-date data from that file. That URL can be an FTP path too, like ftp://user:email@example.com/path/to/file.xlsx.
You can specify the "Tags Command" for Products and Customers - to MERGE, DELETE or REPLACE the Tags.
Export and import Product Variant Metafields with column name prefix "Variant Metafield:". Works the same as "Metafield:" columns.
Export products that belong to a certain Collection.
Specify custom file name for the export, so that auto-repeated exports can have the same URL - use for further automation.
Schedule and repeat exports at certain time intervals. Use for backup and for taking automated data snapshots.
New format "Excelify: CSV" to export your whole store to zipped CSV files, allows virtually unlimited data volumes. And you can import that too.
Set the import to start at a certain date and time, and repeat it at given time intervals.
Each collection can have one image. You can import and export "Image Alt Text" for those images - great for your
You know those additional attributes that you can pass from product and checkout pages? You can export and import
them now, too.
You can filter Products – to export only those, which contain fragments of SKU.
To filter by several fragments, split them by comma.
You can identify Products by having just the "Variant SKU" column - to bulk update or delete Variants or entire
In the "Command" column you can specify for each item what to do with it: NEW, UPDATE, REPLACE, DELETE. Now you can
You can now not only export, but also import Orders to your store.
If you need to remove images from product descriptions, check the box under Options button when importing.
Field [metafields.key]: must be unique within this namespace on this resource; product_id prefix_option is missing;
end of file reached.
When you need to update variant data, you just need Product Handles, and then - SKU, Barcode, or just option values
that are used for variant - smart MERGE will find that variant and update its fields.
Export your Shopify products to Amazon Inventory Flat File, which you can import in Amazon Seller Central and sell
your Shopify products there.
Never lose images by accident. You can provide the command for each image to tell, what to do with that: MERGE,
DELETE, REPLACE. MERGE is the default.
You can provide the command for each variant to tell, what to do with that variant row: MERGE, DELETE, REPLACE.
You can export and import Pages in bulk.
Now the 5x speed is even more faster than before, and 10x for Enterprise Plan is well 10x faster than Basic.
Export Products in Google Shopping Data Feed format. Exports only published products. Can use the filter to export
Filter Products export by Handle, Title, Vendor, Type, and Tags.
Also, filter Orders export by dates.
You can export and import Imate Alt Text field for Products, and update alt text by importing that back.
Now you can choose finer details what data to export for each item so that you don't have to delete unneeded
columns and rows when updating data.
If Shopify will not be able to import all Product images, the app will issue a warning about that in Import Results
"Import Comment" column.
Product variant reordering can now be done by changing "Variant Position" number and importing that column in as
When exporting, all the base rows like Title, Vendor, Tags, etc.
are filled also for duplicated rows, so that you can filter and group them easier in Excel.
Speed: Metafields import speed doesn't depend on Metafield count anymore. Even for 100 Metafields per item, it
will import as quickly as with no Metafields.
Delete: You can delete Metafields for items just by clearing values in that Metafield column, and importing.
Set type: Metafield can have "string" or "integer" type, which is now auto-detected from Excel cell type, and
set correctly when you do the import.