so you have the ability to integrate all of your team members, reduce workflow bottlenecks, and streamline your existing Shopify development process. A centralized home for your customers’ stores We’re also introducing the ‘Managed Stores’ page, a centralized home that provides a comprehensive overview of all existing customer stores you work in. From the ‘Managed Stores’ page, you can request access to a new customer’s existing store and create a collaborator account. Once approved, you can log in to any of your client’s stores with a single click, simplifying the process of switching from one client project to another. Shopify Partner Dashboard – Managed Stores Page This page also gives your team quick access to the details of any store you’re currently working on.
Click on the name of any connected store and you’ll immediately see your full history with that store, including: Commercial and customer contact information Your revenue sharing history with that client The net income of the store. The applications and themes that you have installed in their store. You may also be interested in: Now you can easily access the stores of clients with Bermuda Email Lists collaborator accounts. An optimized workflow for Shopify apps We’ve also improved the way you interact with apps you’ve built for Shopify within your dashboard. From the “Apps” page, you can see an overview of all your existing and unpublished Shopify apps, including their total installs, publishing status, customer ratings, and earnings to date.
A Centralized Home
Clicking on any of your apps will show you additional details. About that specific app’s performance, user information. As well as payment and installation history. Shopify Partner Dashboard – Apps Page Together, these app management updates give you a quick view of how your apps are performing, giving you the information you need to focus your team’s marketing and optimization efforts on areas with the greatest potential impact. We’ve also improved your workflow for creating new Shopify apps. Within the new ‘App Info’ tab, you can easily manage details like your app’s public name and icon, callback URLs, and authentication credentials. You can also enable or remove various Shopify extensions for your app, such as admin links, app proxies, and admin display capabilities, directly from the “Extensions” tab.
You can also now enable the sales funnel functionality for any of your new Shopify apps. Directly from the ‘Extensions’ tab (shown below. Giving you the ability to create marketplaces and shopping experiences. For your customers. Shopify Partner Dashboard Extensions tab You may also be interested in. What the most successful applications launched in 2016 can teach you for 2017. Even more features for your team to explore. There are tons of other cool features we’ve included in the new. Partner Dashboard that we think your team will love. While we won’t go too deep into the rest of them. Here’s a quick list of some of the extra things we’ve added. Quick partner search We’ve taken inspiration from. The search feature found in the Shopify admin and added. It to your dashboard experience.
Your Customers’ Stores
You now have the ability to access the Shopify Help Center. The Web Design and Development Blog. And other helpful resources with a simple search query from. The comfort of your work environment. Greater security. We’re also introducing two-factor authentication to provide. You with a more secure login process and protect sensitive information within your account. Once enabled, you will be prompted for the following information. Each time you or your team members attempt to log in: the account password. A one-time authorization code generated by a mobile app or SMS text message. You can enable this new security feature by visiting your profile from the top right of the dashboard. References at a glance All of your Shopify referrals can now be seen at a glance on our updated referrals page.