Shopify is an e-commerce platform that lets you create an online store for your products. It lets you create and update products and orders. 



  • New Product

    Triggers when a new product is created

  • New Customer

    Triggers when a new customer is added

  • New Order

    Triggers when a new order is created

  • Order Updated

    Triggers when an order is updated

  • Order Paid

    Triggers when an order is paid

  • Order Cancelled

    Triggers when an order is cancelled



  • Cancel Order

    Cancel the specified order

  • Close Order

    Close the specified order

  • Create Customer

    Create a new customer

  • Create Order

    Create a new order

  • Create Product

    Create a new product

  • Create Product Variant

    Create a variant for the specified product

  • Delete Order

    Delete the specified order

  • Delete Product

    Delete the specified product

  • Delete Product Variant

    Delete the specified product variant associated with the specified product

  • Get Order

    Retrieve the details of the specified product

  • Get Orders

    Retrieve the list of some or all orders 

  • Get Order Transactions

    Retrieve the transactions for the specified order

  • Get Product

    Retrieve the details of the specified product

  • Get Products

    Retrieve some or all products

  • Get Transactions

    Get all transactions associate with the specified order

  • Re-open Closed Order

    Re-open the specified closed order

  • Search Customers

    Search customers whose details match the specified query

  • Update Order

    Update the details of the specified order

  • Update Product

    Update the details of the specified product

  • Update Product Variant

    Update the variant details of the specified product

Common Questions

To use Shopify in your workflow, you will first need to connect Shopify to Flow Enterprise. 

To do this, drag any Shopify action listed under Shopify service on the canvas and click on ‘Add New’ option listed under ‘Authorize SurveyMonkey’ field in the configuration window. You will be prompted to enter the name of your shop. If your shopify account URL is '', enter 'myshop' as an input for this field. 

After the shop name field, you can see the list of permissions Flow requires to create this connection. Click on 'Allow'. 

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Next, you will be prompted to login to your Shopify account, if you are not already logged-in. 


Once you have logged in to your account, you will be redirected to canvas. 

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Rename the authorization as per your choice and click on ‘Add’ link. You can now see the added authorization under ‘Authorize Shopify’ field. Once added, this authorization will be available in all Shopify actions and triggers.