Hi I use a third party feed management platform to help with optimising my product feed. The way this works is that I add the feed URL into the third party console, I enrich the feed, the third party app spits out a new product feed, I put this feed URL into Merchant Center. In order for this to work I need the URL where my feed is stored in my Shopify site. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
Hey, @elchenuk !
Emma here from Shopify. Welcome to the community!
To access the product feed URL for your store, you'll just need to append .atom to your collection URL. You can obtain the feed for all of the products in your store, or for only certain collections. For example,
Let us know how you make out!
Emma | Shopify Social Care
We use Flexify and Google Shopping app for our ecom clients. Both work great. For the former, just click on the app name inside Shopify > Apps and you can get your feed URL once your app is setup.
I use exactly the same method you instructed, but i got a bigger issue. All my Shopify details somehow was added into "Description" column (please refer to the attached image). As you can see, from the brand, prices, condition, image link, link, description... somehow all was in just that column. I have no idea, and Facebook keeps rejecting my data feed.
Please instruct more.
I am having the same issue using this feed URL. WHAT IS THE PROTOCOL. Pinterest is sending me DAILY EMAILS, SUB:There’s a problem with your data source
And I have unchecked this box for (so what gives?) My data source is password-protected
I'm further advised... Your data source should be a URL that links to a tab-separated (.tsv), comma-separated (.csv), or extensible markup (.xml) file hosted on an external site with metadata formatted in English.
Anyone trying to help can see this LEARN MORE link to do so: https://help.pinterest.com/business/article/data-source-setup
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