Integrate Shopify with the ConvertPlus ordering engine to be able to process payments through the 2Checkout platform in over 200 countries and more than 100 currencies.
This integration helps you provide a localized checkout experience and multiple payment methods, and it's optimized to convert more visitors into customers.
Shopify integration is available only for 2Checkout accounts that handle their own tax and invoice management (2Sell and 2Subscribe).
If you already linked your 2Checkout account to your Shopify store using our legacy connector, you can switch to the new integration to benefit from the new ConvertPlus experience.
How to integrate Shopify with 2Checkout ConvertPlus
If you have just signed up with 2Checkout before you are able to start accepting payments for your Shopify store, you need to request and finalize the activation of your live account by completing a form, and provide information that will help us verify the business and identity of the individuals involved in your business.
Follow these steps to complete integration with Shopify:
2. You will be prompted to log into your Shopify account.
3. Install the 2Checkout ConvertPlus Connector.
4. If you are already using the 2Checkout legacy connector, you'll be prompted with this image. Before moving forward with installing the new 2Checkout ConvertPlus connector, you need to deactivate the legacy 2Checkout connector, as shown below:
- Click on Manage.
- On the next page, click on Deactivate 2Checkout.
5. On the Payment providers page, navigate to Alternative payment methods, and click the Choose alternative payment option.
6. On the Alternative payment providers page, select the 2Checkout ConvertPlus option.
7. Fill in your 2Checkout account details:
- Open a new tab and log in to your Merchant Control Panel.
- Navigate to Integrations → Webhooks & API.
- Copy the Merchant Code in the API section and paste it in the corresponding field on your Shopify admin page.
- Go back to the 2Checkout Merchant Control Panel and scroll down to the Secret Word section. Check if the INS secret word and the buy-link secret word match. If they don't match, edit them to match each other.
- Copy the buy-link secret word and paste it in the Secret Word field back in the Shopify admin page.
- There's one more step needed in your 2Checkout Merchant Control Panel to finalize your integration: you need to activate the Redirect URL.
- In the Redirect URL section check “Enable return after sale”
- For the Redirect URL section, leave the Approved URL field empty
- For Return method, select Header Redirect
- Click on Update to save the settings
8. Scroll down on the Shopify 2Checkout ConvertPlus configuration page and check Test mode for test transactions or leave unchecked for live transactions.
While on test mode, visitors coming to your website will not be able to place real orders, so do not forget to switch off this feature after doing a test in order to start accepting payments.
9. Click Activate 2Checkout ConvertPlus.
10. Click Save to update your settings.
11. That's it! The 2Checkout Convert plus integration is enabled on your Shopify store. Go to your store to see it in action!
1. To avoid potential delays with account activation, ensure that you have created your store in Shopify and that your store is visible so that the required reviews can take place. Please refer to Shopify’s manual here for instructions detailing their system’s operation. Shopify support can also be contacted here.
2. If any changes are made to your domain (to a custom Shopify domain/other), e-mail us the new URL at firstname.lastname@example.org in order to update your 2Checkout account, and thus avoid a communication mismatch. Currently, when you are using a third-party cart and want to have multiple URLs, you need to create a new account for each new URL.
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