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How to: Integrate Magento 2 with ShippingEasy

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IMPORTANT: this document outlines the process to integrate Magento 2.1 and 2.2 with ShippingEasy. ShippingEasy recommends a minimum version of 2.1.3 to ensure that order status updates work properly with split orders. We support up to Magento 2.3.2.
If you have a Magento v2.0.x installation, please upgrade to v2.1.3 or higher for best results with ShippingEasy.
If you have a Magento v1.x installation, click here for alternate integration steps.

 

Magento 2 is a popular eCommerce solution. Whether you're brand new to ShippingEasy or have an existing account, it's easy to integrate your Magento 2 store with ShippingEasy!

Choose which section of this guide best describes where you are starting from.

If you are setting up a ShippingEasy account for the first time

  1. When setting up a new ShippingEasy account, you will be directed to start adding orders by integrating a store. To being the store integration process, click on the button to Import from Store.
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  2. Next, you will fill in your stores credentials. Magento 2 will be populated in the Store Platform drop down.
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  3. Within the Magento 2 Store Url field, type your store's full web address. Ex: http://www.myshop.com
  4. In the Magento 2 Username field, enter your Magento admin username. Then enter your admin password into the Magento 2 Password field.
    NOTE: the user must have administrative permissions to Sales, Products, Stores. If you would like to setup a separate user with these permissions, you can do so by going to Magento > System > User Roles > Create new role. Then going to Magento > System > All Users and creating a new user with the role permissions you just created.
  5. Complete your store integration by configuring your stores credentials. These steps are outlined in the third section of this article.

If you are connecting your Magento 2 store to an existing ShippingEasy account

  1. Navigate to the SETTINGS tab and click on the STORES & ORDERS page under the INTEGRATION section.


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  2. Once there, click on the the + Add New button on the side of the screen.
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  3. From the Platform drop down menu, select Magento 2. Complete your store integration by adding your store URL, username, and password.
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  4. Within the Magento2 Store Url field, type your store's full web address. Ex: http://www.myshop.com
    magento_2_url.png
  5. In the Magento2 Username field, enter your Magento admin username. Then enter your admin password into the Magento2 Password field.
    NOTE: the user must have administrative permissions to Sales, Products, Stores. If you would like to setup a separate user with these permissions, you can do so by going to Magento > System > User Roles > Create new role. Then going to Magento > System > All Users and creating a new user with the role permissions you just created.
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  6. Click Save.
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Configure your ShippingEasy store settings:

  1. Now you'll have the option to configure your store settings. Learn more.
    TIP: if you skip this step now, you can access these settings later by navigating to SETTINGS >> STORES & ORDERS. Then click the Edit store settings link below your Magento 2 store details.
  2. Once integrated, orders placed within the last 14 days will begin syncing with ShippingEasy.
    NOTE: if you are on a Magento Community edition, the speed of your order download into ShippingEasy is dependent on the download speed of the server you're hosting your Magento store on.

That's it! Your Magento 2 store is now connected to ShippingEasy!


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