If you’ve added a product from another dropshipping app or created a product manually in your Shopify admin, then you can connect it to Oberlo.

After you connect your Shopify product to Oberlo, then you can place your orders through Oberlo and take advantage of features such as automatic product price, inventory, and availability updates.

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Before you start, review the following considerations of how connecting a Shopify product to Oberlo affects your Shopify product and your orders:

  • Unfulfilled orders that contain your connected product are automatically synced to Oberlo and you can place them through Oberlo.

  • Shopify product ID, URL, and statistics don’t change. If you use Google or Facebook channels, then your product listing isn’t affected.

  • Product variant details such as title, description, images remain the same in Shopify.

  • Your Shopify product’s inventory management settings are changed to the Oberlo app location.

  • Your Shopify product’s price, availability, and inventory are updated based on your auto updates settings.

Connect your Shopify product to Oberlo

To connect your Shopify product to Oberlo you need to map the Shopify product variants to the corresponding AliExpress product variants.


  1. Find the AliExpress product that you want to connect to your Shopify product, and then copy the AliExpress product URL. You can use the AliExpress Dropshipping Center to find your product using a product image.

  2. From your Oberlo admin, click Products, and then click IMPORT FROM SHOPIFY.

  3. In the Import Shopify product to Oberlo window, click SELECT next to the product that you want to connect to Oberlo. The panel shows only Shopify products that are disconnected from Oberlo.

  4. In the AliExpress Products field, paste the URL of the product that you want to connect to your existing Shopify product.

  5. In the Unmapped Shopify variants section, select the AliExpress product variants to connect them to the corresponding Shopify product variants.

  6. Click SAVE.

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