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Why do we need collaborator access?
Why do we need collaborator access?

Not sure what Shopify's Collaborator Access Requests are used for? Let's dive in

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Written by Rachel
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What is collaborator access?

Collaborator access allows you to grant access to your admin portal to a certified Shopify Partner directly from their account, and limit their permissions by managing what they can and cannot see.

Why do we need collaborator access?

Our goal is to provide you with a solution that requires minimum to no action from your side, and although we are fetching all the relevant data using Shopify’s API, some data is unavailable through this channel. Therefore, we ask for the least amount of access possible, so we can automate page speed boosting, seo and image optimization without exposing any unnecessary information.

What are the permissions that we usually request?

  • Orders - Our pagespeed boosting and image optimization has a direct correlation to conversion rates and ROI so it's important to be able to view these metrics.

  • Customers - Our pagespeed boosting and image optimization has a direct correlation to conversion rates and ROI so it's important to be able to view these metrics.

  • Marketing - Our pagespeed boosting and image optimization has a direct correlation to conversion rates and ROI so it's important to be able to view these metrics.

  • Manage and Install Apps and Channels - By granting us access to your installed Shopify apps, we can reproduce bugs you might face and debug them, to promise a smooth experience with our app as well as assist with personalized onboarding.

  • Manage Settings, Policies and App Billing - To allow our team to quickly set you up with any issues you may have with respect to onboarding, configuring settings or policies.

This option will not count against your store’s staff limit and will only grant us minimal permission to manage your Shopify page speed and image optimization.

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