Shopify Flow is an ecommerce automation platform that you can use to automate common tasks in your store. These workflows are triggered by internal events that run in your store, such as an order being created, or a customer being added. Workflows check that certain conditions are met and then run an action. Actions can include changing an object in your store, such as tagging a product or canceling a risky order. An action can also send email and Slack messages, and make HTTP requests.
Creating a workflow is a 3-step process. Select a trigger that will start the workflow, the conditions that must be met before any actions can run, and the actions that the workflow will complete:
What Is ecommerce automation?
Ecommerce automation is a combination of software and processes, which help you to reduce manual and redundant tasks.
Examples of ecommerce automation include tagging customers for segmentation and marketing, standardizing visual merchandising, streamlining tracking and reporting, canceling high-risk orders, and so on.
- Create workflows
- Workflow guidelines and best practices.
- Workflow triggers, conditions, and actions
- Sending emails and Slack messages in your workflows
- Workflow examples
- Ecommerce automation