When you request from Shopify Admin to remove the Customer data, then the app will receive this request from Shopify and will remove all the exported, uploaded and imported files which were related to Customers or Orders.
When you delete the app, then all your files are deleted from the app history.
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).
Scroll down to the “Import” section, and paste the URL there.
Then press the blue “Upload from URL” button – so that the app can upload the file and analyze it.
Don’t worry – it will not import that just yet, you will need to set additional options first.
4. Schedule the regular import from that Google Sheet URL
After the app has finished uploading and analyzing the file, you will see the “Options” button there.
Press that button and set up the import options – the scheduled time for your next import in your Shopify store time zone.
And repeating time interval.
Your eventual options will look like this:
Notice the “Take import file from URL” – that is pointing to your Google Sheet. The app will download the fresh file each time it repeats the import.
Now, press the “Schedule Import” button.
It will schedule the import and if the date and time for the first import have already passed, then the app will start the first import shortly after you schedule it.
Good to know
You can see the progress of all your scheduled imports and exports in the “History & Schedule”. You can also cancel any of those jobs from there. You can download the import results file from there, too.
The scheduled time is in your Shopify store time zone.