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How to integrate a third-party app
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Written by Stefan
Updated over a week ago

Connecting platforms becomes seamless with integrations. This article simplifies the process, guiding you through the integration of popular apps such as Facebook Pixel.

Note: Ensure your app supports snippet code implementation. If so, it means it can be implemented by adding a code snippet to your website's code.

Before we proceed, take a moment to verify if our App Store already supports your app before proceeding further.

Step 1 - Preparing your code

Firstly, generate the code snippet that should be integrated into your storefront's code. The instructions on this heavily depend on the platform you're looking forward to integrating. In this case, we will use Facebook Pixel as an example.

Facebook Pixel

On Meta, navigate to the Ads Manager page and set up your ad account - unless you did it already. Now, open up the Events Manager and click the Connect Data Sources button.

Proceed by selecting the Web option, then click on the Get Started button. Select Facebook Pixel as your connection method, then click Continue. Lastly, fill in your website's name and URL and click Continue.

Now, we have to get the Facebook Pixel's code snippet. Click the Install code manually button, after which your code snippet should show up.

Step 2 - Code implementation

Navigate to Themes > Edit code > Layouts > Main > Template.njk, then paste your code snippet just before the </head> tag. After saving the changes, your app integration will be completed.

Troubleshooting

If the integrated app does not work as expected, we suggest you try clearing your browser's cache. If that does not help, feel free to reach out to our support team for further assistance.

Summary

By seamlessly incorporating third-party integrations, you can optimize and diversify your e-commerce capabilities. These tools not only enhance efficiency but also contribute to a more streamlined and enriched user experience.

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