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With BigCommerce modules in Make, you can manage the orders, customers, carts, customer addresses, products, and blog posts in your BigCommerce account.

To use the BigCommerce modules, you must have have a Big Commerce account. You can create an account at

Refer to the BigCommerce API documentation for a list of available endpoints.

Connect BigCommerce to Make

To establish the connection, you must:

Obtain your Store Hash in BigCommerce

To obtain your Store Hash from your BigCommerce account:

  1. Log in to your BigCommerce account.

  2. Under Stores, click on your store name.

  3. Under the Details section, your Store Hash can be found in the permanent address of your BigCommerce store.

    If your permanent address is, your Store Hash would be yourstorehash.

  4. Copy the Store Hash value shown and store it in a safe place.

You will use this value in the Store Hash field in Make.

Establish the connection with BigCommerce in Make

To establish the connection in Make:

  1. Log in to your Make account, add a BigCommerce module to your scenario, and click Create a connection.

    Note: If you add a module with an instant tag, click Create a webhook, then Create a connection.

  2. Choose a Connection type, either App or Personal.

  3. Optional: In the Connection name field, enter a name for the connection.

  4. In the Store Hash field, enter the Store Hash copied above.

  5. Depending on the Connection type you chose in step 2 above, fill in the following information:


    Client ID and Client secret are required fields.

    1. Log in to the BigCommerce Dev Center.

    2. Click on My Apps, and then click View Client ID for the app you created.

    3. Copy your Client ID and Client secret and store them in a safe place.

    4. If requested, use the following Redirect URI when creating your custom app:


    Access token is a required field.

    1. Log in to your BigCommerce account and in the left navigation click Settings.

    2. Under API (at the bottom of the page) click Store-level API account > + Create API account.

    3. Choose your Token type, name your API account, and choose the scopes you will need. Click Save.

    4. Copy your Client ID, Client secret, and Access token and store them in a safe place.

  6. Click Save.

  7. If prompted, authenticate your account and confirm access.

You have successfully established the connection. You can now edit your scenario and add more BigCommerce modules. If your connection requires reauthorization at any point, follow the connection renewal steps here.


At the time of this publication, all steps for Obtain your Store Hash in BigCommerce as well as obtaining the client credentials and access token in step 5 above were checked and verified to be accurate. However this may have changed, so please see the BigCommerce Knowledge Base for the most up-to-date directions.

Build BigCommerce Scenarios

After connecting the app, you can perform the following actions:

  • Watch New Order

  • Watch Updated Order

  • Watch Updated Order Status

  • Watch New Customer

  • Watch Updated Customer

  • Create a Customer

  • Search Customers

  • Update a Customer

  • Delete a Customer

  • Watch Abandoned Cart

  • Watch New Cart

Customer Addresses
  • Watch New Customer Address

  • Watch Updated Customer Address

  • Create a Customer Address

  • Search Customer Address

  • Watch New Products

  • Create a Product

  • Search Products

  • Get a Product

  • Update a Product

  • Delete a Product

Blog Posts
  • Create a Blog Post

  • Watch New Shipment

  • Make an API Call


This app uses webhooks to trigger a scenario when an event occurs instantly. All webhook modules have an instant tag next to their name.

When you create a BigCommerce webhook in Make, it is attached automatically and requires no additional set up.