You can easily migrate your old store to Shopify easily, quickly, and securely with MigrationPro. We have a simple 3-step process, making the migration process fast and painless.

Step 1: Set up the Source Cart

The first step to start the migration process is to set up your Source Store. Select the according Source Cart type from the drop-down list.

Then download the mp_connector package and upload it to your Source Store’s root folder.

Note: This action is only required for open-source platforms such as PrestaShop, OsCommerce, Zen Cart etc. For cloud-based platforms such as Shopify, you will need to get the API credentials.

Click the Download button to download the mp_connector package to your computer. Then unzip and upload it in a folder called mp_connector in the root directory of your source website (the website’s root directory is the folder containing index.php file) using FileZilla or cPanel.

Now go back to the Shopify Migration app screen, copy and paste your source store's URL into the 'Source Store URL' field and API password. Once there, click on the 'Next Step' button and this will take you to the Configuration page where you can select whatever data you want to migrate.

Step 2: Select data to migrate

In this step you will select what data to migrate. You can import entities like products, customers , orders, and customize the migration with Additional options and Advance Attributes Mapping.

After selecting all of the required settings, click on Next Step to continue.

Step 3: Complete the migration process

If you want to go ahead with migrating to the new platform, click Yes, do it! The migration tool will then begin working on the process.

The migration process may take a few minutes or longer depending on how much data your Source Store has. When you finish the process, you'll see a success message on your screen. You can then download the migration log for more information on what happened during the process.

And now the full migration is done. Congratulations, you've successfully transferred your data to Shopify!

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