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Integrate Shopify


Shopify integration is available only for 2Checkout accounts that handle their own tax and invoice management (2Sell and 2Subscribe). 

Shopify Settings

Perform the below set of instructions in your Shopify account to integrate it with 2Checkout.

  1. Log in to your Shopify admin area.
  2. Under Settings select Payments.
  3. Under the Select a Credit Card Gateway drop-down, select 2Checkout.
  4. Enter your 2Checkout Account Number (SID).
  5. Enter the INS Secret Word from the 2Checkout Merchant Control Panel. After logging in to your 2Checkout account, navigate to Control Panel: → Integrations → Webhooks & API → Secret Word → INS Secret word
  6. Your INS secret word should be the same as your buy-link secret word (found under Dashboard → Integrations → Webhooks & API, scroll down to the Secret Word area, as shown in the image below). Edit your INS secret word and buy-link secret word to match each other, then copy and paste them into the Shopify admin.

INS secret word.png

8. Click Activate to save your changes.

2Checkout Settings

Follow the below instructions in your 2Checkout Control Panel to finalize the Shopify integration process.

  1. Sign in to your 2Checkout account.
  2. Navigate to Dashboard → Integrations → Webhooks & API section
  3. Follow these steps to activate 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
    • Save settings

Important Note:

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 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.

About Shopify

Shopify is the Internet’s most elegant, simple and affordable commerce platform aimed at providing businesses with easy to use e-commerce solutions, taking the challenge out of setting up and managing e-commerce storefronts. Shopify’s scalable and flexible full-featured platform enables any size business to efficiently launch and operate an online or in-store retail presence with ease.

Integrations with major shipping companies make shipping easier, while fulfillment services let Shopify store owners take the hassle out of inventory management and logistics. Shopify has an App Store ( which hosts a variety of apps to fill every need, ranging from accountancy services to shipping label printers, analytics to social media integration tools. The Theme Store ( features over 100 premium and free eCommerce templates.

In addition to powering your eCommerce website, Shopify also includes free, built-in mobile commerce shopping cart features so your customers can browse and buy from your store using their mobile phone. Shopify also includes a Mobile App so you can view all vital information about your shop from your iOS device, like checking your sales statistics, or viewing products, orders, and customer data.

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