Yes. This is made possible by a special data mapping function that allows you to assign a given field from the imported file to a field located on the customer's card.
Yes. Please note that each imported customer must have at least the required fields such as login, first name, last name, address, zip code, city.
Yes. This is made possible by a special data mapping function that allows you to assign a given field from the imported file to a field on the customer's card.
Yes. When you place customer passwords in plain text in an XML or CSV file, they will be encrypted and then imported into the store.
No. You have to perform the operation yourself on the list of imported customers.
If the store domain has not changed and we have in CSV or XML file the logins and passwords of our clients, there is no such need. However, it may be an ideal moment to remind customers about your store and its current promotions.
At the moment, the maximum size of the import file cannot exceed 2 GB. However, this is enough to import many millions of customers.
Yes. Just before importing customers into the store's database you can modify customer data in the window reproducing the customer edit tab.
Yes. When the import of a customer has failed, we can re-import him by correcting the data based on the error information.
Yes. In the list of unimported customers, there is a column at the end of the table with information about import errors. The most common errors include: incorrect login, missing first name, missing last name, missing city, incorrect zip code format.