Paste your legal guidelines into the Content text box. All right! Exactly the same thing happens to me. I created the legal guidelines, saved them, but they don`t appear on my website. Ideas? You can create webpages in your Shopify admin. Web pages are useful for displaying information that rarely changes or to which customers frequently link, such as an “About Us” page or a “Contact Us” page. When you add your store policies, they are automatically linked in the footer of your checkout pages. Customers may need to review your policies before checkout, so it`s a good idea to link to these pages in your store`s navigation. Merchants selling in Japan often add pages to display their store`s legal policies, and then add links to those pages to their store`s footer menu.
I seem to be the only person in the world who has this problem because I googled this problem and no results came, every good Shopify page seems to have the “generate” buttons except mine. So, is there a problem with my Shopify? Where are my Generate Policy Page buttons? You can add legal options to your stores by following these steps A blog post can be a great way to explain how your business is dealing with COVID-19 concerns using a less formal tone than you would adopt in your legal guidelines. Is there a problem with my Shopify? Every tutorial I watch, and everywhere I look, I see that there should be buttons on my “legal page” to automatically generate terms of service, privacy, and refund policies, but there are no such buttons on MY right Shopify page. Shopify gives you the ability to create store policies and legal documents in your Shopify admin with the click of a button. This is important because it gives your customer a written policy that can protect you if you have a dispute with a customer. Let`s put this in place together. In the administrator, click Settings, and then click Legal. Let`s start with the refund policy. Returns, refunds and exchanges are part of the business.
Customers may be dissatisfied with their order for a variety of reasons. Thank you for your reply Kimi, but as I said, there are no legal options in my Shopify settings, it`s missing. I think I have limited user permissions in the store. Which user role has legal options in their settings? When you add Store policies, a link to those policies is automatically added to your checkout pages. However, creating new pages for your legal policies and linking them to your footer will ensure that customers will be able to view the legal policies on every page of your online store. Hi Kimi, I have the same problem, no legal option. It is an advanced plan. Learn how to add pages to your online store and link those pages in your store navigation.
After you create the templates, you can add them to a page in your store if needed. You can add the links to your fonts to the footer or main menu so they can be easily found by your customers! Copy the text of these template directives, and then you can go to the online store > pages > add a page. Then paste the text into this new page and save! After that, you can go to the > Navigation online store and add these links to your favorite navigation.