Our Etsy integration allows resellers to publish products to Etsy Stores and receive orders into their workflow. This is provided alongside the support for Shopify, users may choose to offer a mixture of each storefront. Etsy describe themselves as a global online marketplace, where people come together to make, sell, buy and collect unique items. 

Create Seller Account and Store

To begin create a seller account at https://www.etsy.com/sell, you may choose to authenticate with Etsy or another provider such as Google. Etsy provide you with one shop from each seller account which requires a unique verified email address and shop name.

Choose your store language, home country and currency and then progress through the wizard by hitting the Save and Continue button. Note that the currency selected here should be the same as products you intend to publish, each store has a fixed currency and home country, although global delivery is available.  

Choose a unique shop name and progress through the wizard by hitting the Save and Continue button.

Create a dummy listing so that the wizard can progress, any information that is valid is acceptable at this point, the listing can be removed once the wizard is complete. Once the listing is created created hit the Save and Continue button, then the Do this later button to continue with wizard, incurring only one listing charge. 

Setup your merchant payment information, Etsy billing credit card and two factor account security guided by the wizard, hitting the buttons at the bottom at each stage to progress. 

Once complete you will be taken to your store front page.

Essential Store Settings

Select the Shop Manager icon on the top row and you will be taken to a dashboard. this is the home page for shop management and monitoring and can be bookmarked to https://www.etsy.com/your/shops/me/dashboard.  Hit the Listings tab to show the dummy listing created earlier, from here it can be deleted by selecting the checkbox within the listing and hitting the Delete button.

Select the Settings icon, then Delivery settings and then Create profile. At least one manual delivery profile is required with at least one destination for deliveries to the store home country, including carrier selection, etc. The profile name is not important here however the form should be completed and saved before any products are published via the App. Foreign destinations can also be set to support international shipping information display on the store front.


You may customise the appearance, branding and content of the storefront to your liking with the instructions provided by Etsy at https://help.etsy.com/hc/en-gb/articles/360000338047-How-to-Set-Up-Your-Storefront?segment=selling. Marketing subscriptions are available at https://www.etsy.com/your/shops/me/your-subscription which may be lower cost than standard fees depending on usage.

Next Steps

Keep track of your store URL domain, for example www.etsy.com/uk/shop/MyShopNameUnique, this is needed to configure your store in the App and publish products in App v2.