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How to add store policies on Shopify

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Lucy Doan Published on September 13, 2020

How to add store policies on Shopify

You can add or generate the following policies for your Shopify store:

  • Refund policy
  • Privacy policy
  • Terms of service
  • Shipping policy
  • Legal notice You can use HTML in the content of your store policies.

After you add your policies, they are linked in the footer of your checkout pages. Customers might need to see your policies before they check out, so it’s a good idea to link those pages in your store navigation.

Today writing will provide you with the guideline on How to add store policies on Shopify. Plaese read and follow my detailed instruction.

From your Shopify admin, go to Settings, choose Legal to go to the Legal section.

Step 1: Go to Legal

Step 2: Set up your store policies.

Enter your store policies, or click Create from template to enter the default template. Use the rich text editor to add style and formatting to your policies, and to add links and images.

Step 2: Set up your store policies

Step 3: Click Save to add your policies.

Finally, Click Save to add your policies.

Step 3: Click Save

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