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You want to switch to ShopBase but wonder how can you move your store from your current dropshipping platforms, like Shopify or WooCommerce?

Well, we’ve got you covered. Follow the instruction here, and enjoy the amazing tool Migrate to ShopBase that supports you with free Shopify migration to ShopBase.

In this article
A. For Shopify user
B. For WooCommerce user


A. For Shopify user

For former Shopify users wanting to move to ShopBase yet still being afraid of losing data, ShopBase developed Migrate to ShopBase app to sync products and collections (customers, orders, discount codes would be synced in the future) from Shopify.

Shopbase integrates these methods for Shopify merchants to choose with detailed instructions.
Import products by Migrate to ShopBase app
Import products to ShopBase by CSV file

When you export your products, the images associated with each product are not included in the CSV file. Then if you want to move your products from Shopify to ShopBase, you need to upload your product CSV file to your new store while your old store and its product listings remain viewable. To ensure that your product images remain accessible to you, leave your original store and its products intact until you finish the import process. This allows your ShopBase store to assign the correct product image to each listing.

B. For WooCommerce user

By default, WooCommerce doesn't support CSV file or URL export to quickly migrate to ShopBase. Merchants from WooCommerce have to find extensions on Wordpress to set this up before using Migrate to ShopBase app by URLs. For example, the free dropshipping plugin [Export All URLs](https://wordpress.org/plugins/export-all-urls/#description) can help merchants to export all product URLs to import to ShopBase. The steps are as below:

Install the plugin.
From your WooCommerce admin, go to Setting > Export all URLs
After export URLs, you can use Migrate to ShopBase app to move data to ShopBase easier while keeping their product & variant IDs so ads performance won’t be impacted.
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