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A Step-by-Step Guide for Importing Bulk Products to Apimio
A Step-by-Step Guide for Importing Bulk Products to Apimio
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Written by Sarah from Apimio
Updated over a week ago

Here are the steps you need to follow to import bulk products on Shopify using Apimio:

Step 1: Create a Spreadsheet with Product Information

Once you've installed the Apimio app, the next step is to create a spreadsheet with product information. You can use any spreadsheet software, such as Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets, to create the spreadsheet.

The spreadsheet should include the following product information:

  • Unique ID or SKU

  • Product name

  • Product Description

  • Product Type

  • Product Image URL

  • Product price

  • Product variants (if applicable)

Step 2: Upload the Spreadsheet to Apimio

Once you've created the spreadsheet, you can upload it to Apimio. To do this, open the Apimio app and on the dashboard, click the "Import Products" button. Select the CSV or Excel file containing the product information and click "Import."

Step 3: Review and Map Product Fields

After uploading the spreadsheet, you must review the product information and map the product fields to the appropriate fields in Shopify. This step is crucial as it ensures that the product information is accurately imported into your Shopify store.

Step 4: Import Products to Shopify

When your CSV import starts in the background, you will receive a popup of import started successfully; after a few seconds, refresh your page to show all the imported products.


Importing bulk products doesn't have to be a time-consuming and tedious task. By using the Apimio app, you can easily import your product information in bulk from a CSV or Excel file, saving you time and effort.

With Apimio, you can streamline the process of managing your product information and have it centralized in one place. This allows you to easily organize, update, and optimize your product data, helping you focus on growing your business.


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