How to Sync Woocommerce Listings with Made By Her
Syncing Woocommerce Listings
From your Made By Her Seller's Dashboard, navigate to Configuration > Woocommerce Configuration and complete the form.
How to find the API Key and Secret Key:
Login to WordPress>>Go to WooCommerce Settings>>Advanced>>REST API>>Add Key>>Click on Generate API Key>>From here seller will get the API Key as well as the Secret key.
Once that's done, the Seller will need to enter the following Secret & API keys in WooCommerce Configuration section of the Made By Her app.
On the same page, after entering the store URL & keys, the Seller will have the WooCommerce Delivery URLs.
Now, the seller will enter these URLs while setting Webhook & get all the data through there. That is, whenever an order is created or product is created/updated/deleted at Seller’s WooCommerce Store, the same will be updated in the Multivendor app.
Coming back to the Made By Her App again, Seller can now map admin’s product Categories & Tags with her own WooCommerce categories & product tags.
From this section, Seller will map admin’s pre-defined store collections with seller’s WooCommerce Collection.
MARK:- The category mapping works only for the manual collections, not for the automated collection.
Now, clicking on the Map Collection button, the seller needs to select collection of admin’s store that she wants to map with the collections of her WooCommerce store. This will be a One to Many Mapping.
How to Add Webhooks:
In order to update the Product Inventory automatically on Woocommerce Store once any order is created on her WooCommerce Store, webhooks must be installed.
Seller can now add 4 new webhooks as Product Created, Product Updated, Product Deleted, and Order Created.
Follow the below-given Procedure:
WooCommerce>>Settings>>Advanced>>Webhooks>>Add Webhook>>Enter the above details>>Click on Save Webhook.
Once these four webhooks have been added, the store will be connected.
How to Import Products from Woocommerce to Made By Her
Once the seller configures WooCommerce details on her end, she will get an option to Import Products. The seller can click on it to import the products from WooCommerce by using 3 different methods.
Method 1. Import Products by choosing a Date Interval.
Seller can select a date range to import the product created in between the selected range.
Method 2. Import Products by Product IDs.
Seller can enter the comma-separated Product IDs and import all of them in one go.
Method 3. Import Products by Product Slug.
Seller can enter the Product’s slug and import that product.
Note: Product Slug in WooCommerce is Product Handle in Shopify.
Once items have been imported, you can view the products in the Product Listing section of their respective panel.
Descriptions: "Short Description" in Woocommerce will not transfer to Made By Her. If you notice your product descriptions are not syncing with the rest of your product information in your listing, put the description under "Long Description" in Woocommerce and then it should sync properly.
ONCE YOUR PRODUCTS HAVE BEEN IMPORTED, YOU MUST SELECT THE COLLECTION AND SHIPPING METHOD FOR EACH PRODUCT. Since we use our own Collections for sorting purposes, these cannot be synced.
**If a Shipping Method is not selected, the customer will get an error message at checkout and will not be able to complete their purchase.
Automatically synced products will need to be approved by Made By Her Staff, but don’t worry, we receive an email as soon as products have been imported and we will review them right away.
*If you have any issues after following this tutorial, please contact email@example.com for assistance.