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Managing multiple currencies with Shopify integration
Managing multiple currencies with Shopify integration

How to manage multiple currencies with Shopify integration

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Written by Dayvid Lorbiecke
Updated over a week ago

Katana enables you to sell in Shopify in multiple currencies while automatically converting all foreign currencies on your orders to your base currency.

Read more about multi-currency in Katana here.

Multi-currency is part of our Standard and higher plans. You can try it for free for 14 days! Please have a look at our pricing page for more info.

Shopify requires you to set up currencies in your store in order to serve your customers in various currencies. Shopify store settings (Shopify store currency, Shopify default location, Tax inclusion/exclusion) are updated in Katana once a day and can be manually triggered by reconfiguring Shopify integration.

Whenever a sales order is synced to Katana from Shopify then the actual currency of the order is brought over to Katana. This means the order will show the same currency as in Shopify also in Katana. Your sales amounts are converted to base currency so you are able to consistently keep track of your sales in a familiar currency for you.

As sales orders are synced to Katana from ecom then Katana will fix the currency rate for that order. It is still possible to edit the currency rate, but the order will not be updated daily to a new conversion rate, as it would be with manually created open orders in Katana.

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