I see no reference to it in the Customer-Orders code template. I see "Buy Again" in the language/labels references.
My problem is that we have alot of customization (such as collecting custom fields) during the 'add to cart' process, and if a customer chooses "Buy Again" on a previous order, none of those customizations apply. So I'd like to just remove that link. Shopify documentation calls it Easy Reordering and says it is enabled by default, but it does not say how to disable it.
I've discovered that the code on that customer page is actually on Shopify itself, which is odd - so it does not appear to be editable - though the language could be edited. The solution to this problem was to disable the "Sign in with Shop" feature, which will default customer accounts back to the on-board classic version.
Did you ever figure out an onboard solution?
We currently need the same thing done as we have a lot of customizations as well but we'd like to keep the New Customer Accounts active.
What I mentioned (disable "sign in with Shop") is the only solution. You still have customer accounts, it's just reverting to the classic version. The core feature this takes away is Shopifys attempt at bridging all different sites together into one customer account... So customer goes to their account and sees orders from various Shopify sites they've bought on. Personally I don't like the idea of it anyhow.
Thanks for the reply. Huh, thats weird. Would you be able to link any documentation that shows that the "customer goes to their account and sees orders from various Shopify sites they've bought on"? I haven't seen anything that points to that and am currently coming up empty.
The core feature we were interested in was the password-less login which was the whole reason we made that switch.
Wish that Shopify made all this clearer in their docs tbh.
Maybe I misspoke. But the feature makes a universal wallet, payment options, addresses etc. Just click the button and try it out. Either way, there's no solution to your problem without disabling it. If you notice, when you use the feature the shopper is taken off of your domain, so you have no controls in there.
Ah thank you. Had me worries there for a second as we definitely don't want our users seeing orders from other Shopify stores on our stores account page haha. We also aren't experiencing that behavior in our testing.
Yeah we saw they are redirected to Shop.app. Appreciate you acknowledging your having that too.
I'm currently talking with Shopify Support. I'll follow up here if they give me a fix that works.
For now, thanks again!
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