Connectors

You can use connectors to start and end workflows with triggers and actions built by apps. When you use a trigger, the app sends data to Shopify Flow. When you use an action, Shopify Flow sends information to the app.

Creating workflows with connectors

With connectors, you can create workflows with a combination of triggers and actions that are from Shopify or an app that you have installed that has built a connector.

To create a workflow that involves a connector:

  1. Install Shopify Flow.
  2. Install an app that built a connector. To view a list of apps that integrate with Shopify Flow by using connectors, go to the connectors for Shopify Flow collection in the Shopify App Store.
  3. Set up the app. Depending upon the app, this could involve creating an account, subscribing to a paid service, or adding information about your store.
  4. Create a workflow in Shopify Flow. Choose the following parts:

Trigger - Start a workflow from an event in Shopify or from an app. Condition - Set conditions that determine if a workflow should run. Action - End a workflow with a task actioned in a store or app.

The following list contains popular apps that support connectors. Note that some of these apps require that you have a paid subscription.

Back in Stock

The Back in Stock app supports the following trigger:

Product variant demand changed - This trigger sends data to your workflow when demand for a product increases in Back in Stock.

Example workflow

Receive an email when the demand for an out-of-stock product increases.

How it works
  1. This workflow is triggered when the demand for a product increases in the Back in Stock app. Back in Stock sends the demand information to your workflow.
  2. Shopify Flow sends a notification email to you and your staff.
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Bulk Discounts

The Bulk Discounts app supports the following trigger:

Discount codes created - When Bulk Discounts creates 100 discount codes, this trigger sends the codes to your workflow. If you create 500 discount codes, then this trigger will run 5 times.

Example workflow

Receive an email with 100 discount codes as soon as they are created.

How it works
  1. This workflow is triggered each time that Bulk Discounts creates 100 discount codes. Bulk Discount sends the codes to your workflow.
  2. Shopify Flow emails you the discount codes so that you can add them to your store.
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Edit Order by Cleverific

The Edit Order app supports the following action:

Edit and add items - This action sends order data from your workflow to Edit Order. When Edit Order gets this data, it adds one or more items to the order. Edit Order cancels the original order and creates a duplicate order to replace it. The extra items are added to the duplicate order.

Example workflow

Add extra items to an order.

How it works
  1. This workflow is triggered when an order is created in Shopify.
  2. Shopify Flow sends Edit Order the order and the item to add to it.
  3. Edit Order cancels the original order and creates a duplicate order to replace it. The extra items are added to the new (duplicate) order.
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Klaviyo

The Klaviyo app supports the following action:

Track an event - This action sends data from your workflow to Klaviyo for it to track.

Example workflow

When a customer's loyalty tier changes, track this change in Klaviyo.

How it works
  1. This workflow is triggered by Loyalty Lion when a customer moves up a loyalty tier. Loyalty Lion sends the tier information to Shopify Flow.
  2. Shopify Flow sends data about the customer to Klaviyo (to track the event) and Loyalty Lion (to add bonus points to the customer's loyalty account).
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Loyalty Lion

The Loyalty Lion app supports the following triggers:

  • Customer moved down a tier - When a customer's loyalty tier decreases, this trigger sends the data to your workflow. You must have a paid subscription to Loyalty Lion to use this trigger.
  • Customer moved up a tier - When a customer's loyalty tier increases, this trigger sends the data to your workflow. You must have a paid subscription to Loyalty Lion to use this trigger.

This app also supports the following actions:

  • Add points - This action sends data to Loyalty Lion to add points to a customer.
  • Change tier - This action sends data to Loyalty Lion to change a customer's loyalty tier.

Example workflow

Give loyalty points to customers who review your products.

How it works
  1. This workflow is triggered when a customer submits a review to Stamp.io. Stamp.io sends the review information to your workflow.
  2. Shopify Flow sends Loyalty Lion information about the customer, including the number of loyalty points to give to the customer. Loyalty Lion adds the points to the customer's account.
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Example workflow

Create loyalty accounts for new customers.

How it works
  1. This workflow is triggered when a new customer is created. Shopify Flow sends Loyalty Lion information about the customer, including their loyalty tier. You need a paid subscription to Loyalty Lion to run this workflow.
  2. Loyalty Lion creates an account for the customer and adds them to the tier.
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NS8 Storefront Protection

The NS8 Storefront Protection app supports the following trigger:

NS8 Order risk analyzed - When an order has been evaluated by NS8, this trigger sends data to your workflow.

Example workflow

Receive an email when you receive a suspicious order.

How it works
  1. This workflow is triggered by NS8 when it identifies an order that should be investigated. NS8 sends its recommendation to Shopify Flow.
  2. Shopify Flow emails information about the order to you or your staff to investigate the order.
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Pre-order Manager

The Pre-order Manager app supports the following trigger:

Pre-order created - When a pre-order is created in Pre-order Manager, this trigger sends data to your workflow.

Smile.io

The Smile.io app supports the following action:

Send smile activity - This action sends data to Smile.io to create an activity.

SMSBump

The SMSBump app supports the following action:

Send SMS via SMSBump - This action sends an SMS message using SMSBump as the provider.

Stamped.io (Product Reviews Addon)

The Stamped.io app supports the following trigger:

New review - When you receive a new review from Stamped.io, this trigger sends data to your workflow.

This app also supports the following action:

Stop review request survey - This action sends data to Stamped.io to remove review request emails from an order.

Swell Rewards

The Swell Rewards app supports the following action:

Reward points - This action sends Swell Rewards reward points for a customer.

Tapcart

The Tapcart app supports the following action:

Send push notification - This action sends a push notification to your mobile app using Tapcart.

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