29 NEXT
Search…
⌃K
🌟

Get Started on 29 Next

First steps for building out your new store
This reference guide is useful when you’re setting up a 29 Next store for the first time.
As a first step, login and navigate to the Settings menu to begin configuring your store. Ensuring that your Settings are fully configured is an essential step to complete before you can launch your store and accept live sales.

Essential Settings

Follow our step by step Getting Started guides to build out your essential Settings:

Technical Settings

Once your basic settings are in place, you may choose to grant API access for your developers and third party Apps at this step. Also, configure Webhooks or Redirects for custom functionality.
Check out the 29 Next Developers Documentation for more info on building Apps and integrations.

Optional Settings

At this point you may wish to implement Sales Tax, Subscription settings, customize Tags for segmenting events and data. Otherwise, you may revisit these areas at any time.
The 29 Next Settings Guide offers a comprehensive overview of each of the options and functionalities of various store settings.

Apps

Apps and extensions can be enabled and configured at this stage. For example, if you plan to accept PayPal in your checkout, you should enable the PayPal app and input your account credentials.
For extensions related to shipping and fulfillment, such as Shipstation, remember to return to Fulfillment Settings > Partners after setup, and ensure that any Partners are updated so that orders “Processing By” setting is pointed to your preferred App integration.
Once your core settings have been configured, you’re ready to add products to your store’s product catalogue.

Catalogue

When you’re ready to set up your products and categories, it’s useful to review the Catalogue guide for detailed information.

Order Management

Once you're ready to get up and running with live sales on your store, review the below guides to learn about Order Management, how to find and access Customers, Orders, and perform common tasks associated with them.
To manage Support Tickets and customer service related functions, review the support guide.
Explore the content below to learn more about features and concepts, best practices, and platform news.