How to activate integrated Shopify apps to use on PageFly pages

OverviewClick to copy

PageFly’s integration with other Shopify apps significantly enhances its utility, making it a powerful tool for building and optimizing eCommerce stores. By integrating with these various Shopify apps, PageFly not only allows for the creation of visually appealing and highly customized pages but also enhances the functionality of these pages, directly impacting sales and customer satisfaction.

How To Activate PageFly IntegrationClick to copy

There are many quick ways to direct to PageFly Integrations.

Step 1: Access Extra FunctionClick to copy

First of all, in the PageFly dashboard > head to the Extra functions in the left toolbar > Integrations:

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OR, in page editor > choose Add third-party elements > hit the symbol Settings or click in Edit your 3rd party elements. Then, you will be directed to the main dashboard of PageFly Integrations.

Step 2: Enable Third Party App IntegrationClick to copy

On the Integration page, you have the option to activate various third-party elements. Simply enter the name of the desired element > select the option to activate it.

In addition to activating third-party elements, the Integration page also provides the ability to filter these integrations by selecting specific categories and statuses.

Then to save time and improve efficiency, you can save filters by selecting specific integration categories and statuses. This will allow you to quickly access the integrations you need without having to manually search for them each time.

You can also soft the integration by:

  • Title (A-Z)
  • Title (Z-A)
  • Included elements ( Highest first)
  • Included elements ( Lowest first)

OR, in Page Editor, there will be listed all elements that integrated with PageFly, divided into categories.

To find your third-party element, you can use Search bar by name, or find by Categories.

To enable or disable any third-party elements, you can refer to this GIF:

Then, third-party elements which have been enabled will immediately display in the list third-party elements in all of your PageFly page editors. In contrast, which have been disabled will not show off in your list third-party elements any more.

With the third-party elements that require API connection, there will appear a popup window in which you can fill App ID and Secret Key to connect PageFly to that app. For example:

How To Request Integrations With PageFly?Click to copy

PageFly allows you to request integrations of your favorite apps with PageFly.

From the PageFly Dashboard > Extra functions in the left toolbar > Integrations, there is a button Request Integration in the upper right corner. This button will direct you to the form that you can request the integrations with PageFly.

Tips And Best PracticeClick to copy

You can pick a third-party app that suits the features and functionalities you desire. If there are any apps you cannot find, kindly contact our 24/7 support for assistance.

Otherwise, you can request integration with an app via our Integration Request form.

Frequently Asked QuestionsClick to copy

Which Apps Does PageFly Integrate With?Click to copy

PageFly integrates with many Shopify apps for content, products, marketing, and more.

How Do I Know If PageFly Integrates With A Specific App I Use?Click to copy

Check the PageFly Integrations page or Integration List in the app.

I Can’t Find An Integration For The App I Want To Use With PageFly. What Can I Do?Click to copy

PageFly allows you to request integrations for apps you’d like them to support. You can find the option under “Integrations” within the PageFly dashboard.

Are There Any Drawbacks To Using PageFly With Other Apps?Click to copy

It rarely happens but conflicts can occur. It’s recommended to test any new app integration thoroughly.

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