You can press the “Settings” button and configure when to receive e-mail notifications, and to which e-mails.
By default, the e-mail is sent to Shopify store owner on every event except when starting new manual import (as this is probably something you already know you are doing so you might not need an e-mail about that – but in case you still need it, you can switch it on).
To see how to remove duplicated Products from your Shopify store, watch this video or read on.
How to remove duplicate Products from your Shopify store?
So you have this store with your products duplicated for some unfortulate chain of events.
1. Export your Products to Excel file – without any variants or images, just plain Products
This will give you one row per product.
2. Sort your exported Excel file by two columns at the same time: Title, Handle
Take your exported file, open it.
Use the Excel “Sort” feature to sort by two columns at the same time:
This will make all the same titles get together one after the other. And then it will sort those same Titles by Handle – in such a way that your correct product will be the always the first one.
If you have another reason for duplication and you don’t have equal titles then you still can find other factors that could allow you to sort all the rows so that the correct one is always the first one.
3. Make the formula that will show TRUE for duplicated row of the same title, and FALSE for the first one
Now that all your duplicate rows are nicely sorted together with the first row as the correct one, you can proceed to mark – which ones you want to keep, and which to delete.
Add new column with name “Duplicate?” and put the following formula in the row 2 there:
Copy this formula all the way down.
4. Filter Excel rows to show only the duplicate rows
Set the filter to keep only those rows where “Duplicate?” equals TRUE.
5. Copy the columns ID, Handle and Command to the new clear sheet
Select the A, B, C columns and copy filtered values to a new clear file.
Then set the name of the sheet to “Products” so that the app knows that those are Products in this sheet (double-click the “Sheet1” to rename it).
And then change the Command column value to “DELETE” for all those copied products.
Result should look like this:
6. Import that file with Excelify app
Upload that file to Excelify app and press “Import” button.
Watch your duplicate products get deleted.
See in your Shopify Admin – and be pleased by the result that all the duplicates are now gone, and you have just one copy of each product.
It should look like this now:
Good to know
You can de-duplicate also Collections, Customers, Pages, Orders, or anything else – the same way.
If you have the export file with Variants, just first copy your ID, Handle, Command, Title columns to new sheet and use Excel function “Remove Duplicates” – then you will have just one row for each product. And then you can use this tutorial from there.
If you have more advanced situation, our Support can help you remove duplicates.
If you want to export only products that don’t match any of the listed SKUs, you can apply that filter now.
Apply the filter by SKU, choose the “not equal to any of”, and put the SKU numbers split by a comma in the filter box.
For an example: SKU-1, SKU-2, SKU-3