Here’s four good reasons to try Data Den, Warely’s newest Shopify App
While Shopify does backup their platform, this backup is not accessible for individual account restoration needs. This means when something goes wrong with your account, such as installing a rogue 3rd party app that messes up your theme, Shopify customer support won’t really be able to help you. Without having your own data backed up, lost, deleted, or corrupted data cannot be recovered and you’ll be forced to start over from scratch.
Our innovative data management technology will help you recover your meta-fields, navigation lists, and product images [among other things!]. We’ve integrated the latest technology to ensure we can capture more data types than other solutions. We’re constantly working to improve our features and deliver more value to your business.
Why does my store need automated backups?
1.) People make mistakes. Did you know that human error is one of the most common unpreventable events that causes downtime or wasted time? Whether it’s a new employee, or a freelancer working on your store, rest assured that you’d be able to roll back any changes.
2.) Hone in on SEO changes. If a recent adjustment to your product descriptions, titles, and other content or themes did not work in your favor, Warely makes it easy to roll back these content changes.
3.) Third party apps compromise data. It can and does happen. Sometimes third party apps (custom or on the app store) can accidentally delete or change content such as themes, products, customers, pages, inventory, and more. Warely protects your store against these mistakes.
4.) Manually exporting your data as CSVs is time consuming, unsustainable, and doesn’t cover the majority of your content types. With Data Den, you can customize your reporting exports and identify which content is important for you to receive.
Our solution was built with for stores of all sizes to help merchants succeed and prevent loss. Our theme and asset automatic backups provide a git-style revision history so you can easily identify and roll back changes to your store’s front end code and themes — including comparable image history, and git-style code side by side comparisons to see any changes to your theme’s code, style, and liquid files. This is revision history for your themes, allowing you to pinpoint exactly what went wrong to roll back errors in your code caused by 3rd party apps or your own developers.