Do it yourself
Move your store to Shopify without the need for specialized tech skills.
Make the move with confidence
Import your store details at once and know everything is correct.
Launch your store quickly
Get your store up and running so you can make sales and build customer loyalty.
About Store Importer
Switch to Shopify smoothly with the Store Importer app. Without any specialized technical skills required, you can move important business information like products and customers into Shopify quickly. And since there’s no impact to your current store, you can maintain business as usual while you get up and running.
Support for the most popular online platforms
The Store Importer supports today’s most popular online & point of sale platforms:
- Big Cartel
The Store Importer can move details for products, customers, orders, and inventory, depending on your current platform.
You can also use Store Importer to migrate from other platforms that aren't listed above. To do this, select Shopify from the dropdown list in the app, and visit the Shopify Help Center for step by step instructions on how to migrate your data using Shopify's CSV templates.
How it works
- Export a copy of your current store's information
- Use the Store Importer app to import your data into your new Shopify store
- Review and edit the transferred information before you launch your store
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Most recent reviews
Great for testing separate dev / sandbox sites! Plus, it's absolutely free, so it's pretty great value for what it is.
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I used this App to import my customers from MailChimp to Shopify and it was done just like that after struggling for a while to do it myself. Thank you for this easy-to-use app.
It did the job!!! Worked perfectly.
Most importantly it was able to import an Etsy shop that had been suspended*, which is something at least one other app could not do.
*(The CSV had been downloaded before it was suspended, I don't know if doing it after would affect the result).