Shopify Product Feed URL, Shopify XML feed, Shopify Product Feed – All you wanted to know
The definition of a Shopify Product Feed URL in the minds of every Shopify store-owner might be a Shopify XML feed which contains all the necessary product data like title, price, SKU, weight, variants etc. But the reality is not as simple as that!
So read more to to learn:
Shopify provides a default XML feed for all products as well as for your product categories(known as collections). And, you can grab a bare basic XML feed without any bells and whistles, here is how…
To get the Shopify Product Feed URL for all products, use the following template, just replace yourstore.com with your store’s URL in the below example.
Each collection has its own URL. For example, if your store’s collection URL for a specific collection is
http://yourstore.com/collections/collection-name, then just add .atom to the end of the URL to get its Shopify Product Feed URL, which will be like:
To get all the products as well as to filter your Shopify products, you must use the awesome Shopify API. The API contains many endpoints, each with many properties which may be a dream come true for every Shopify Store owner.
By utilizing and using the Shopify API to its full glory, you can programmatically extend the power of your Shopify store by leaps and bounds.
So we chose the road less travelled when we chose to build FeedEdge which is a fully automated Shopify Product Feed App
FeedEdge uses Shopify API to build customized feeds that meets the specification of online marketplaces, comparison shopping engines and social commerce sites etc.
Related Read: Shopify Product Feed Apps
Helpful to remind the things.
Upender, Glad to know that it was helpful.
yes, It works.
thanks i just find my feed shopiy thank you
thought i had found my solution to creating a Pinterest catalog. unfortunately Pinterest does not support .atom
What are you trying to achieve? Please elaborate.
I can pick that up, I need to autopopulate Pinterest boards with specific Shopify collections and putting .atom come up as unable to read.
Kudos for this comprehensive article.
Thanks again for making a complex topic an easy read.