In this article, we'll take a look at the six available settings within your Shopify Settings Tab. Please remember to click on Save Changes after making any changes to the settings.
1. Set a Custom Internal Name for your Shopify Store
If you have more than one Shopify store integrated with your QuickBooks Commerce account, it will be useful to name them with unique identifiers to avoid mixing up stores.
You can set a unique store name within the Name field. Click on Save Changes once set. The updated name will be reflected within the 'My Apps' side-bar.
2. Product Sync
All Product information: Two-way sync of all Product and Stock Level updates.
Only Product Price and Stock Level: QuickBooks Commerce will not sync any other attributes other than Price and Stock Level.
Don't sync any Product information: Only orders will be synced. Changes to Product and Stock Levels will not be synced.
3. Import Customers As
When an order comes into QuickBooks Commerce from your Shopify store, a relationship will automatically be created on QuickBooks Commerce using the customer information on the order. This option will determine what type of relationship will be created (only new customers are affected): Consumers or Business Customers.
4. Default Document Theme.
This setting will determine the default theme for documents and branding. Emails will be sent based on the email templates selected in the default branding theme.
5. Enable Shipping Notifications to your Shopify Customers
With this option is enabled, Shopify will automatically send a shipping notification email to the customer when you fulfill a shipment on QuickBooks Commerce.
6. Disable future sync of Product Description
With this option is enabled, your product description will no longer be synced from Shopify and vice versa. However, existing product descriptions will still remain.