Using MyWorks while selling across multiple Channels in Shopify

Effectively sell products across multiple channels, using Shopify as a "hub" with MyWorks keeping orders and inventory in sync with QuickBooks

Written by the MyWorks Team

Updated at January 25th, 2024

Although MyWorks is a direct connection from Shopify to QuickBooks, it's quite common to see our users with Shopify stores also selling on other channels, like Amazon, Etsy, eBay, Walmart, TikTok, Google, Facebook and more!  

Because MyWorks is deeply integrated with Shopify, our users have been the most successful when using Shopify as a “hub” - connecting their third party channels to Shopify, and then using MyWorks as the connection between Shopify and QuickBooks. This results in a seamless flow of information in both directions, as:

  • MyWorks is able to sync orders from any third party channel into QuickBooks, as these orders are also brought into Shopify when these channels are connected to your Shopify store. 
  • Since MyWorks will update Shopify with products, inventory levels, and/or pricing from QuickBooks, these updates will also be pushed out to the channels connected to your Shopify store.

Using the above approach, you can avoid multiple separate connections with QuickBooks, and keep their sales streamlined in Shopify, all while using MyWorks to accurately sync this information both directions with QuickBooks. 

Shopify has excellent connections to link popular channels to an existing Shopify store, like the below options:

And, MyWorks has powerful settings to allow for additional segmentation between orders synced to QuickBooks from different channels - for example, being able to set a different Class or Location in QuickBooks depending on the channel the Shopify order came in from.