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Store Management
Updated over a week ago

In this article, you will learn how to check & edit your store details and get to know the most important sections & actions all Koongo merchants may need to trigger.

After a successful set up of the connection between your store and Koongo, a new Store is created. You can find the list of all available Stores within the Left Menu or main Dashboard.


Store Information

  • Products imported - the number of products imported

  • Channel Profiles - the number of selling channels added

  • Order Connections - the number of order connections added

  • Orders - the number of order imported

  • Last import Status - the result of the last product update performed

  • Created at: the date & time of the app installation


Main Sections


Get a quick Overview of the selected store, number of channels added, number of orders or last products imports performed.



Check & manage your existing selling channels or add new ones.



Check & manage your existing order connections or add new ones.



Check all products, categories and attributes imported from your store.


Store Settings

It allows you to edit your store details. For more details, please check Store settings specific articles for your e-commerce platform.


Main Actions

Import Products

You can manually update product data stored in the Koongo database. Note: Useful only in rare cases since products are automatically updated within 5 > 15 > 30 minute intervals according to your Service Level. Once a day, Koongo performs a full product re-import for all projects & plans.


Product List

It allows you to check the list of products imported into Koongo per-viewing most important attributes such as SKU, EAN, ID, Product_type, Price or Stock.


Product Detail

It will show you all product data imported for every item including all attributes, tags or metafields besides images, categories or variants linked in case of parent items.


Remove Store & Uninstall Language

It allows you to remove the store from Koongo (available only for some platforms)
It allows you to uninstall the specific store view / language (available only for multi-language installations)


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