Setup Multi Currency Data Feed For Shopify

Shopify now supports multi-currency data, which means FeedArmy can create data feeds using different currencies. In this article, I will cover the steps to set this up.

Step 1) Enabling Additional Currencies In Shopify

Log in to Shopify and go to Settings > Payments

Shopify Payment Settings

Now click on manage next to your payment gateway. In the image example below, you will see its a testing gateway. However, for any other payment gateway, the setup is the same.

Now click on add currencies and add all the currencies you want to support.

Step 2) Checking The Page Data

First, we need to check if the prices visually changed on your product landing pages. Navigate to a random product landing page of your choice, in the URL, if you see a query string after your product handle, such as ?variant=32691944357963 add the currency as followed &currency=GBP. If all data is correct, you should see a different price and currency symbol.

Then with that URL, check the Rich Results (Structured Data Testing Tool), make sure the prices are also in the same currency, in this case, GBP.

Step 3) Choose a Target Country In FeedArmy

In Feedarmy > Import Tools > Platform Settings, choose the target country you want. For example, if you select the United Kingdom, then when you import product data, all prices and URLs will be imported with the GBP currency. If you choose a target country that you did not set up a currency for in Shopify, then all prices will be set to the default store price.

Make sure to enable the update rules for Price, Sale Price, and Link.

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