Shopify

Updated 2 weeks ago by Yohan Loyer

Shopify is a complete e-commerce solution that allows you to sell your goods online.

How it works

By integrating Shopify with Gorgias you can:

  • Perform Shopify actions from Gorgias such as refund, duplicate, create, and cancel order. No need to switch screens over and over again.
  • Display the customer profile and the last orders from Shopify when you receive a message.
  • Automate common questions with macros and workflows, thanks to message intent classification.  "Where's my order?"- type of requests can easily be automated, using Shopify variables inside of macros.
  • Prioritize tickets based on customer data.

Gorgias is a customer service helpdesk built for Shopify stores. In this video, we will show you how to reply to customer requests easily and quickly:

Setup instructions

To connect your Shopify account to Gorgias:

  1. In Gorgias, click "Integrations," then click "Shopify"
  2. Click "Add Shopify"
  3. Log in with your Shopify account

Nice job! When a customer contacts you, you’ll see their profile and orders in the sidebar.

Multiple Shopify stores

Connect multiple Shopify accounts to a single Gorgias dashboard using the same process described above!

  • Integrate all the support email addresses of each store, as well as their social media accounts, into one single account in Gorgias.
  • From there, you'd be able to create rules and macros that are specific for each store and gain a lot of time on support.
  • The email signatures are set per email integration so you can set up different signatures for each store.
  • Finally, if you want to add a live chat to each of the stores you manage and handle all the live chats from a single Gorgias account, this is possible as well.

Shopify Actions

If you open any of your tickets where the customer has some Shopify data, you will notice a number of different possibilities concerning that data in the right ticket sidebar in Gorgias. From here, in just a few clicks, you can:

  1. Create a new order

In the right sidebar, in an existing Shopify customer's card, click on the button 'Create order':

Here, you can:

  • add existing products via the search input
  • add custom items
  • apply a discount on a line item (percentage or fixed amount)
  • change quantities
  • remove an item
  • add a note
  • add tags
  • apply a global discount (percentage or fixed amount)
  • add shipping
  • charge taxes (or not)

Then, you can choose to create the order as paid or pending. You can also choose to email the invoice to your customer. You can then type a custom message for your customer.

The invoice email is being sent from Shopify's end.

  1. Duplicate an order

In the right sidebar, click on the button "Duplicate" to open the "duplicate order" modal:

Here, you can:

  • add existing products via the search input
  • add custom items
  • apply a discount on a line item (percentage or fixed amount)
  • change quantities
  • remove an item
  • add a note
  • add tags
  • apply a global discount (percentage or fixed amount)
  • add shipping
  • charge taxes (or not)

Then, you can choose to create the order as paid or pending. You can also choose to email the invoice to your customer. You can then type a custom message for your customer:

By default, when you open the modal, you can see that:

  • we apply a 100% global discount
  • if there is a shipping line, we set its price to 0

    Furthermore, we now fetch the available shipping rates via the Shopify API, so that you can quickly add a shipping line, as you can see on this screenshot:

  1. Check remaining stock

In the 'Create order' and 'Duplicate order' Shopify actions, we display the number of products in stock as well:

  • When you search for a product (on the right)
  • In the order itself (in the new column: "In stock")
The stock data is updated in real-time!

  1. Cancel an order

In the right sidebar, click on the button 'Cancel' to open the 'cancel order' modal:

Here, you can:

  • set quantities to refund
  • set shipping amount to refund
  • set custom refund amount
  • set the reason of the cancellation
  • restock items
  • notify customer

  1. Refund an order

In the right sidebar of a ticket, click on the button 'Refund' to open the 'refund order' modal:

Here, you can:

  • set quantities to refund
  • set shipping amount to refund
  • set custom refund amount
  • set the reason of the refund
  • restock items
  • notify customer

    However, while many refunds are also returns, not all of them are. You will notice that you have the option to change the quantity (QTY) of the item that you are refunding for your customer before you complete the Refund action. If you don't want to process a return at the same time, simply change the QTY fields to 0 before hitting 'Refund' to complete the action.

If the quantity is set to anything else but 0, the action will trigger in Shopify as returning an item as well.

  1. Display customer's cart

Among other data we pull from Shopify, you are also able to check which exact items the customer has in their cart! The cart option will be visible if the customer reaches out via live chat integration. Please note that the integration needs to be added via a one-click installation as if the chat code is added manually to your website, the cart option will not be visible, as this is a default setup.

The cart is only updated when you receive a new customer message, so if the customer contacts you and adds something inside the cart you won't see the items until you receive another customers' message within chat. Furthermore, if the customer cart was empty at the moment they contacted you, the cart won't be displayed until you receive another message and there's something inside the cart.
  1. Edit order from Shopify

You can now edit orders from Shopify. This feature allows the agent to edit Shopify orders directly from the widget whether or not the order is fulfilled.

The Edit order action is not available for archived orders, orders placed more than 60 days ago, and orders placed in a different currency than your store’s currency.
  1. Edit the shipping address

You can now edit the shipping address (new one or pick an existing one) directly in the Shopify widget.

Additional features

You can customize the Shopify widget on the right sidebar further, until the information displayed is just what you need for your daily workflow.

To customize the fields that are displayed, please click on the little gear icon in the upper right corner of any ticket where the customer has some Shopify data. A widget settings page will then open up for you as shown below:

From here you can simply grab any piece of info found in the list on the left and then simply drag and drop it to the desired display place in the sidebar on the right. If you do this on any one of your tickets, all of the other tickets where the customer has Shopify data will start displaying the same field as well from then on.

FAQs

Click here to view our Shopify FAQs.


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