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We’ve got three HUGE releases for the month of May. Whether it’s improving your store’s aesthetic, smoother shipping processing, or easier payment options, these updates will streamline and simplify the selling process from beginning to end. Check out our new features and learn how to apply them to your store below.

Product Image Zoom

Product Image Zoom is a 21st century way to showcase your products. Now, when customers are browsing your store, they can click on product images and get an expanded “lightbox” view. From there, they can navigate around the image to get a closer look at every facet of the product.

This is especially great for selling on mobile. Mobile customers can zoom and drag the image with their fingers to get an up-close-and-personal look at the item.

Make sure to update your theme for this feature to take effect in your store. While you’re at it, take a look at your product images to make sure they’re the kind of stunning, high-quality visuals you want representing your product.

PayPal Express Checkout for Personal Accounts

While we’ve always had PayPal as a checkout option, we recently updated to the new PayPal Express Checkout. It’s sleeker, simpler, and works better with mobile apps like Instagram and Facebook. The best part: with the latest update you can now use this feature even if you don’t have a PayPal Business account.

See how this feature works and learn how to set up your account here.
Unifaun Integration

Last but not least, we have a new feature to make shipping even easier. It’s an integration with Unifaun, which allows you to automatically send order details to many different shipping carrier accounts. This will make shipping way easier and way faster, especially in Nordic markets.

To learn more about this integration and to see the carriers available, click here.

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Molly Corless

Molly has been marketing for small startups for over 5 years. From marketing automation to Facebook ads to copywriting, Molly has figured out the key to growing a business from the ground up. She lives in rainy Portland, Oregon with her dog named Hamms.

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