On Shopify, these are the policies that can be added or generated for your store:
- Refund policy
- Terms-of-service policy
Besides those three fundamental policies, depends on where your store is located, there might be additional store policies you could add or generate, which are:
- Legal notice
- Shipping policy
It is recommended that you link your store policies page in your store menus as customers might want to view them when checking out.
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For the instructions on how to add or generate store policies on Shopify on Desktop, view this article below:
How to add or generate store policies
Step 1: Go to Legal in the Setting section
From your Shopify store admin account, go to the
Setting section with the cogwheel symbol, then visit
Step 2: Add or generate store policies
Your Legal page with all of your current store policies is now on displayed. Review them and make any necessary changes by entering in the textboxes your store policies or agreeing to use Shopify default policies templates by clicking the
Create from template buttons.
Step 3: Click Save
When you are done, click the
Save button to record all the changes made.
Follow the three simple steps presented above and you have already been able to add or generate store policies on Shopify. After your policies are added, your customers could view them from links in your checkout pages footer or your online store menus.
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