This article explains how to export all or a few orders to a csv file.
You may want to export a list of your orders if you're passing them on to a fulfillment service, or for your own records or book keeping.
To export a large number of orders at a time:
From your shop admin, go to the Orders page.
Check the checkbox next to all the orders you want to export. If you wish to export all of your orders, click on the checkbox next to orders in the list heading. This will select all orders in your list.
To export only a certain type of order (e.g. only fulfilled orders, or only closed orders), first apply a filter to your order list.
Click on the Export button at the top of the page on the right-hand side.
A new window will pop up asking if you want to "Export currently shown orders," or "Export orders by month or quarter." Select the option you want (if you want to Export all your orders, or you've applied a filter to your list to export only a certain type of order, choose "Export currently shown orders").
A CSV file containing your orders will be downloaded instantly.
Once the file is downloaded, you can open and view it in the text editor of your choice.
In addition to the product name under the
Lineitem name field that is exported, Shopify now exports the specific variant name as well. It appears as:
Lineitem name | "product name" - "variant name" |
The variant name will only export if it is not a default value. That is to say, none of the following variant names will export in the CSV file: "Deafult", "Title", or "Default Title"
To add some context, here's a snapshot of what an exported Orders CSV file looks like, focusing on that Linteitem name column.