The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on May 25th, 2018. Since the law has become topical at many e-commerce companies, we would like to give you a brief overview of the regulation and its implementation at Spreadshirt.
For those of you making use of the Public API, there’ll be a few important changes coming first thing in 2018. This article will tell you everything you need to know.
Until now, all designs in the ‘Marketplace‘ and the ‘Create Tool‘ have been treated the same. Both areas of the website will now be streamlined to target different groups of customers. This will impact the search algorithm of the Create Tool. In future, only designs priced below a certain limit will be shown in the Create Tool. The design price you set will also affect the ranking.
For all of you techies out there: a change is on the horizon for the Spreadshirt API. If you’re not sure what the API (Application Programming Interface) does, it’s best left alone. Spreadshirt’s API is chock-full of information that allows other systems to ‘talk’ to our systems and access the information they need. If we’ve tickled your interest, this blog post is for you.
Wouldn’t it be great if your customers could personalise products with your designs at will? Our developers have just added this function to the SpreadShop so that you can now integrate the T-Shirt Designer in your Shop. Find out how and what options there are available to you after the jump.
We keep improving the SpreadShop and its administration, and there’s a lot of work done behind the scenes to make your experience a better one. Some adjustments may have a direct impact on the look … Read more