Nick here from Shopify.
Can I ask what you mean exactly? I'm not 100% sure. Each domain can have one subdomain, but not multiple subdomains. So if you add three different domains to your store, you can have three different subdomains. But each added domain can only have one subdomain, not multiple.
Is that what you were asking or was it something else? Let me know!
All the best, Nick
That is already possible @shreyas_.
You can add 10 domains to your store and Shopify will provide SSL certificates for free to each domain. This includes the "www" subdomain, or other subdomains, but does not include the "myshopify.com" domain. So you can have a total of 11 domains including the .myshopify.com URL. The Shopify Plus plan has no domain limit.
You can see the full guide Shopify has for connecting a third-party domain here for more details.
This is an accepted solution.
Yes, it is available for all plans except the Shopify Plus plan which has an unlimited amount.
Would that mean I can connect two subdomains to the same store.myshopify.com site?
What if I want to redirect them to local versions of their store for example www.nafsi.online/ca to the canada shop, www.nafsi.online/me to the Middle East. They would each have their own inventory and products may vary.
What steps should I follow for that?
With this example, it wouldn't make too much sense to have them under the same store. If you wanted to point them to two different stores, it would be best to have two stores and then have each domain as the primary domain of the store from the country it is focused on.
But you can connect the two subdomains to one store if you like, but if each was to have their own inventory and products, you would more than likely need two stores.