Clicking on the “Etsy Configuration“, Seller needs to enter his/her Etsy store’s details such as Etsy Shop Name, API key, and Secret key.
NOTE:-Seller on Etsy can get his/her Etsy store name from the “Accounts” section of his/her Etsy Store. Loginas Etsy Seller>>You(at the upper right corner)>>View Profile>>Get the Store Name.
How to get API & Secret Key?
To get the API key and Secret key, Seller needs to login to his/her Etsy Store and “Create An App” using Developer Account.
Do refer the attached Screenshot:
Once the Seller creates the app, he/she will click on the created app to get the API and Secret Key details.
Further, seller can copy the API and Secret key from here and paste it in the “Etsy Configuration” section.
Once the Seller gets the API and Secret Key, he/she needs to fill all the details in the Etsy Configuration section of the Multivendor Seller Panel.
Once the Etsy Seller configures his/her Etsy Store’s details, Seller can start importing products from Etsy to Multivendor.
As soon as the Seller adds all his/her Etsy shop details in Multivendor, an “Import Products” button gets added to the same page.
Further, clicking on the “Import Product” button, Seller will get two methods to import his Etsy store’s product to Shopify.
Method 1: Using single or comma-separated Listing ID(s)
Using this method, Seller needs to enter the Listing ID(s) of the products that he/she wants to import and then click on the “Import” button to get those products imported from Etsy to the Multivendor app.
Method 2: Import Products using CSV
In this method, Seller can upload a CSV file having a list of all the product’s listing IDs to be imported at a time in bulk. Once uploaded, Validate the file and click on the Submit button.