Login to the BigCommerce dashboard and remain on the Home screen
From the left-hand side menu options, click on Advanced Settings and then click on API Accounts
From the Store API Accounts page, click on the Create API Account (blue) button, and from the drop-down select the Create V2/ V3 API Token option.
Under the Name section, enter SellerChamp
Leave API Path as is
Under OAuth Scopes
Checkout Content: None
Customers Login: None
Information & Settings: read-only
Order Transactions: modify
Create Payments: None
Get Payment Methods: None
Sites & Routes: None
Channel Settings: None
Channel Listings: modify
Storefront API Tokens: None
Storefront API Customer Impersonation Tokens: None
Click on the Save (blue) button at the bottom of the page to confirm the settings.
You'll now be presented with the BigCommerce API Credentials popup. Let it remain open as the below fields will be needed to be copied to SellerChamp:
Now login to SellerChamp
Go within your SellerChamp Settings page
From the menu options on the left-hand side, click on Marketplaces and then BigCommerce.
To the right, click on the blue button that says + Add BigCommerce Account
Under the Add BigCommerce Account page:
Store Name: Give your store a nickname within SellerChamp
The other options going forward will have to be fetched from your BigCommerce dashboard
Store hash: On the BigCommerce dashboard page (where the BigCommerce API Credentials screen is still on), within the URL, you'll observe a set of alphanumeric characters, after the word store-. observe the example below:
Take this hash of g06I7pyo5m, go into SellerChamp, and paste it under the Store hash section
Client ID, Client Secret, and Access Token is all required to be copied from the BigCommerce page already open.
Once done, simply click on the Connect Store button and you're all done.
Your BigCommerce inventory items will now automatically start to become visible within the SellerChamp inventory page.
Click here to view a video explaining the entire process.