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1. How Quiver Works + Integration

We aim to make integrating with Quiver as simple as possible - we have apps on Shopify, Magento and WooCommerce as well as a custom API. Below are instructions that explain how these integrations can be completed.

We have a short 2 minute video here that shows you how to install the Quiver app within Shopify - please follow these instructions.

Note: if you're currently on Shopify's monthly plan you may not have carrier calculated shipping enabled - we need this enabled to be able to work with you. To do this you can move to an annual plan or;

1) Visit https://help.shopify.com/en/questions#/contact/chat and ask to "upgrade account to enable carrier calculated shipping". This will cost an extra $20 per month.

2) You can now install the Quiver app. You may need to uninstall it first if it's part installed - but once reinstalled it'll then work.

Note: If you don’t have any Shipping Profiles because previously your store did not support delivery, you will need to create a new Shipping Profile and assign Quiver carrier rates to it. This will allow customers within London to see Quiver delivery options. From inside your Shopify admin, the steps are as follows;

  1. Create a new shipping rate
  2. Settings -> Shipping and Delivery -> General Shipping Rates -> Not shipping from (section) -> Your default location -> Add rates -> Create New Rates -> Done

  3. Create a new shipping zone
  4. Shipping to (section) -> Create Shipping Zone -> Zone Name = UK -> Search countries and region = United Kingdom

  5. Create a carrier rate
  6. Shipping to (section) -> Add rate -> Use carrier or app to calculate rates -> Quiver -> Done

  7. Save

  1. Ask your contact at Quiver to create a “Magento merchant and app.quiver.co.uk account”.
  2. You need to then install the Quiver plugin from the Magento store. It can be found here. Follow installation instructions here.
  3. You need to then update the Quiver settings inside your Magento admin portal at /admin
    1. Click through Stores > Configuration > Sales > Delivery Methods > Quiver
    2. Enable the extension
    3. Add the following API key: <MERCHANT-SPECIFIC-API-KEY> (found in app.quiver.co.uk)
    4. Click ‘Save Changes’

  1. Ask your contact at Quiver to create a “WooCommerce merchant and app.quiver.co.uk account”.
  2. You need to then install the Quiver plugin from the WordPress store. It can be found here via the web or at /wp-admin/plugin-install.php?s=quiver&tab=search&type=term from your /wp-admin page.
  3. You need to then update the Quiver settings inside /wp-admin
    1. Click through WooCommerce > Settings > Shipping > Quiver Delivery
    2. Add the following API key: <MERCHANT-SPECIFIC-API-KEY> (found in app.quiver.co.uk)
    3. Click Save Changes
  4. Then you need to give Quiver REST API access inside /wp-admin
    1. Click through WooCommerce > Settings > Advanced > REST API
    2. Click "Add key".
    3. Set "Description" to "Quiver".
    4. Set "Permissions" to "Read/Write".
    5. Click "Generate API key".
    6. Save Consumer Key and Consumer Secret and add inside app.quiver.co.uk or email louis@quiver.co.uk with the details.

  1. Ask your contact at Quiver to manually create a 'Custom' merchant, an app.quiver.co.uk account and provide an API key (also accessible through app.quiver.co.uk)
  2. You can then read quiver.readme.io/ on how Quiver APIs work and how to authorise requests.

Here's a short video that goes through the Quiver checkout flow and discusses our endpoints.

How Quiver Works

Product Demo
Customer Tracking Demo
Merchant App Demo
Manually Book a Delivery Demo
Book Delivery from Store Demo
Emissions Saved Demo
Inventory Alert Demo