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How do I apply sales settings to the files I want to sell?

Applying settings to your products such as size, price, paper type and limited edition settings, so they can be sold in your Shopify store.


Step 1: Login and upload your files

To apply these settings to your files, login to your creativehub account or sign up for your free account.

If your files haven’t already been uploaded, choose the files you wish to sell and upload them to your creativehub account.

To do this, click the ‘Upload’ button located on the right hand side menu or simply drag and drop your files onto the creativehub browser window.

Please note, sales settings can only be applied to the file types that we print: JPEG, PNG and TIFF.


Step 2: Select the files you want to sell

In your creativehub account, click the ‘Files’ option located on the lefthand side menu and then select the file or files you want to sell in your Shopify store by using the tick box in the top left of each file preview.

Then click the ‘Sell as print’ option located on the righthand side menu.


Choose your price, size and paper type settings

You are now on the ‘Sell as print’ page. To apply your desired settings, click the ‘+ Add print’ button. Then apply the following settings:

  • Set your size
    Both Imperial and Metric measurements are available.
  • Set your price
    You can preview the cost for the different sizes and how much the net profit will be once the print cost is deducted.
  • Limited editions (optional)
    If you want to offer your print as a limited edition, tick the box and apply the desired number of editions.
  • Set the paper type
    Choose from our range of 11 professional grade art and photo papers. Click here for more information on our papers.
  • Save your settings
    If you have multiple images selected, clicking ‘Save’ will take you to the next image to repeat the process. If you want to apply your settings in bulk, select the tick box offering this option, found below the ‘Paper type’ dropdown menu.

Updated on 25 November 2020

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