Migrate Shopify Private apps to Custom apps

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On January the 24th 2022, Shopify has effectively decided to deprecate Private apps in favor of Custom apps. This means, that going forward all our connections to Shopify will be made using Custom apps too. We will however continue to support existing Private apps to allocate time for you to migrate to Custom apps. New shops created in Feedr will only be possible using Custom apps.

Migrating from Private apps to Custom apps is fairly simple. All you've have to do, is create a new Custom app in Shopify and then update the shop integration details under settings to use the Custom app instead. To create a Custom app in Shopify, please follow these steps:

  1. Log in to Shopify
  2. Click "Apps" in the left sidebar
  3. Click on the "Develop apps"-button
  4. You might be prompted to accept various Shopify policies
  5. Create a new app by clicking the green "Create an app"-button and enter "Feedr" as app name
  6. On the "Overview"-tab click on the "Configure Admin API scopes"-button
  7. Now you need to grant the following permissions:
    • read_product_listings
    • read_products
  8. Save the granted permissions
  9. Finally, go ahead and install the app by clicking the "Install app"-button in the upper right corner
  10. Now, Shopify will reveal three different keys, you'll need when creating your shop in Feedr:
    • Admin API access token
    • API key
    • API secret key

Note that Shopify will only reveal the Admin API access token once. If you loose the key, it can't be retrieved again. You can however uninstall the app and reinstalling it again to get a new Admin API access token.

You've now created a new Custom app. Please go ahead and update the shop settings i Feedr with the new integration details.

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