If you've also added the SparkLayer code snippets to your Shopify store, these will need to be removed manually.
When you follow this process, this will disable customers, product and order updates to SparkLayer but will not delete the data until you contact us to remove your account.
When does the subscription to the SparkLayer app stop?
Once you've remove the sales channel, this will then cancel the SparkLayer recurring billing changes with immediate effect.
Please note, depending on when your billing cycle to SparkLayer began, you may see charges you're not expecting. Please contact us if you would like us to investigate.
Transferring SparkLayer to another Shopify store
When you first sign up to SparkLayer, you'll be asked to associate your account with a Shopify URL (i.e. storename.myshopify.com). Once that's done, SparkLayer will be locked to that URL and will begin synchronising products, customers, and enable you to install the Frontend code snippets to test it out.
You may be wanting to trial SparkLayer on a test or development Shopify store just to see how it works before you fully commit to using it. The good news is, it's possible to transfer accounts by following the below steps!
First, sign into your Shopify store and uninstall SparkLayer via the steps detailed above. This will disconnect SparkLayer from the Shopify store
Select Shopify and re-enter the newShopify URL you wish to connect (i.e. new-storename.myshopify.com)
You'll then be taken to the Shopify admin and asked to reinstall SparkLayer and select a plan.
Once that's completed, you'll then be returned to the SparkLayer Dashboard. SparkLayer will then begin synchronising your products and customers and you can then re-install the Frontend code snippets on the new store
If you require any assistance in transferring your Shopify store, please feel free to contact us