Facebook Feed by Littledata is a Shopify app which provides a reliable way to sync your Shopify store with a product catalog in Facebook. You can then serve Dynamic Ads for Products (in conjunction with Facebook Pixel), or sync products with your Facebook Page shop or Instagram Shopping (on the paid plan).
The app is trusted by thousands of merchants for a reliable FB product feed for any type of Shopify product catalog. Benefits include:
Copy the URL from the Facebook Feed app
Go to the Commerce Manager section of Facebook Business Manager and click Create a Catalog
Under Catalog menu on the left, select Data Sources
Select a Data Feed
Select an Ecommerce / Products catalog
Select a Scheduled feed
Paste in the feed URL from the Facebook Feed app. No username or password is needed
Choose a daily schedule and select to 'Add automatic updates'
Now name your feed and select the store currency
Facebook will import the products and warn you of any issues
Finally, your product catalog is ready to use
Note: Compatibility with Facebook shop is only available on the paid plan
When you create a new Facebook shop, Facebook creates a blank product catalog linked to the shop. You should replace this catalog with the one you set up in the previous section.
The free plan supports up to 500 products (if you have more than 500 products, you can use the free plan but the feed will be limited to 500 products). Upgrading to a paid Pro plan allows you to:
We offer a monthly Pro plan as well as a lifetime Pro plan at a major discount. These plans can be activated within the app.
Yes, you can manually regenerate ever 3 hours if needed by clicking
Facebook requires all your products to have a Google Product Category (GPC) set if you want to use checkout for Facebook Page shops or Instagram Shopping. This is because different categories have different refund and return policies.
Sorry, although our feed sends a
product_type attribute for every product in the feed, the setup of collections in Facebook shop is not yet automated. This is also true of setting up product sets in the catalog manager, which in turn feed into shop collections. For now, you need to add collections or create a product set manually.