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Learn about integrating Affirm into the Shopify platform so you can provide Affirm as a payment option to your customers.

Overview

Shopify is an all-around e-commerce platform that allows you to build your own online store. This page describes the steps to integrate Affirm into the Shopify platform. After integrating Affirm, your Shopify site will:

  • Display Affirm promotional messaging
  • Offer Affirm as a payment option on the checkout page
  • Process Affirm charges in your order management system

Before you begin

Before you start, we recommend reviewing the following information:

Retrieve your keys by going to the Affirm Merchant Dashboard

1. Go to https://www.affirm.com/dashboard
2. Sign in with Google, or use your email and password.

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Affirm Dashboard

The work email address that you use to sign-in to the Affirm Dashboard must be granted access by your Dashboard's administrator or your Affirm contact.

Need help accessing the Affirm Dashboard?

Getting started

You can find all the relevant Shopify documentation below. To simplify the integration process as much as possible, we used a logical documentation structure to guide you through the integration flow.

Add Affirm promotional messaging

Adding Affirm promotional messaging is a required integration step, and you should complete it before testing your integration.


Integrating Affirm

Learn how to install Affirm and process transactions in Shopify.


Shopify Plus features

Try out some additional e-commerce features that are exclusive to Shopify Plus.

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Questions?

You can reach our support team at any time using the Developer Support widget at the bottom of the page.

Updated 2 months ago


Related topics

Get started with adding promotional messaging.

Using the promotional messaging app

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Learn about integrating Affirm into the Shopify platform so you can provide Affirm as a payment option to your customers.

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