When you connect to Shopify, you'll see a bunch of customizable settings that look like this:
You can come back to this screen anytime by clicking on Notification > Shopify.
These are "meta" messages that aggregate your sales by count, by location, or by what's popular in a given time frame. See full details here.
Roundups are turned on by default when you add Shopify notifications - check your Events tab to see the latest roundups!
Create Fomo notifications when product image is not present
When this setting is disabled (like in the example above), Fomo skips generating notifications whenever your Shopify connection imports an event without a product image.
If you find that you are missing Fomo notifications, you may want to try enabling this setting temporarily. You can add a fallback image by navigating to your Shopify Template > Image.
Add to Cart Events
Generates a Fomo event whenever a visitor adds an item to their cart. See our full explanation for this setting here.
This setting will be turned OFF by default as most stores experience very high add to cart volumes and can use up your notification limit.
If your store is newer and does not have a lot of sales or other events to display, you may want to turn on Add to Cart events.
We recommend using Flows to display notifications in a specific order so that Add to Cart Events won't be over-displayed.
**NEW** Inventory Alerts
When the Inventory notification is turned on, visitors on a specific product page of your Shopify store will see a Low Stock alert for the product they are looking at.
The Inventory event will display if the remaning inventory lower than the Inventory Threshold you set. In the example above you would see the event if the inventory count is fewer than 100.
This is what the template looks like: