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How to get API credentials from Ecwid?
How to get API credentials from Ecwid?

In this article, you'll learn how to get Ecwid API credentials

Updated over a week ago

In order to ensure a seamless migration with MigrationPro, it is essential to establish API access to your Ecwid store. This article will guide you through the steps to create a Postman collection, which will help you retrieve your store's Personal collection URL, a critical piece of information needed to initiate the migration process.

Just so you know, API access is only available for paid Ecwid plans. Unfortunately, Ecwid does not provide API access for its Free plans.

Step-by-step Guide to Creating a Postman Collection for Your Ecwid Store

Step 1: Log in to your Ecwid Admin Panel

Step 2: Set Up the Ecwid API

Once logged in, click this link to access the API settings page. This is where you start the setup for the Ecwid API.

Step 3: Connect with Ecwid

On the API settings page, click on the "Connect with Ecwid" button. This will redirect you to the API Console page.

Step 4: Retrieve the Personal Collection URL

Ignore the steps listed on the API Console page. Your focus should be on the URL provided in the second step, highlighted in red in the screenshot above. The URL will be in this format:

Copy this URL, as this is your Personal Collection URL.

Step 5: Input the Personal Collection URL into MigrationPro

Now, go back to your MigrationPro connection page. Locate the 'Personal collection URL' field and paste the copied URL into it. This is the final step to setting up the migration.

Step 6: Click the "Check connection" button to establish the connection.

And voila! You have successfully created a Postman collection for your Ecwid store and retrieved the API access credentials. You are now ready to initiate the migration process via MigrationPro.

โ€‹Remember, our support team is available to assist you should you encounter any difficulties during this process. Happy migrating!


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