Duplicate Your Orders Using The Shopify Admin

Duplicating a single Shopify Order is pretty straight forward and we think done most efficiently using the Shopify admin.  It works with the click of a few buttons and you can review the order before performing the duplication.

Duplicate From The Order Admin

To duplicate your orders, you need to first navigate to the order you want to duplicate.  At the time of this writing, Shopify doesn't have a way to duplicate orders in bulk or from the list page.  …

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How to Change CSV File Encoding to UTF-8 with Google Sheets

When opening a file in Excel or LibreOffice, you may notice some characters don't display properly.  This can be frustrating, and feel overwhelming but we've found a pretty easy fix that we think can help you get this figured out. 

One way to solve this problem is to ensure your file is encoding in UTF-8.  This can get tricky as tools like Excel and LibreOffice have many different versions, so figuring out where the settings are can be confusing.

We've …

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Shopify Tip: How to Add Metafields to Products and Variants Without Using an App

Shopify has supported Metafields for a long time now but there was no option to manage them directly via the Shopify Admin so merchants often had to use third-party apps to add/update metafields.

A recent update takes care of this where Shopify merchants can now manage metafields directly from the Shopify Admin wihout the need of an app or writing custom code to interact with the API.

Metafields allow merchants to attach additional attributes to resources such as products, variants, and …

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How to Create a Basic Pivot Table in Google Sheets

Google Sheets has a "Pivot table" option which allows you to create summary reports from your existing data.

In this tutorial, we'll show you how to create a basic pivot table from a list of individual order data.

The pivot table will group the data by the "Created At" column and will display the following:

  1. Number of orders per day.
  2. Total quantity of all line items ordered per day.
  3. Average order value per day.

Step 1: Select the range of data to summarize. …

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How to Generate QR Codes in Google Sheets

A QR code (short for Quick Response code) is a two-dimensional barcode that allows you store a lot more data compared to standard UPC barcodes.

You can easily scan it with your smartphone's camera and because almost everyone now has a smartphone, it's becoming more and more popular.

Because QR codes can store more data, this also allows for many more use cases.  They're especially very helpful as a shortcut for entering long texts where it's easy to make …

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