Last Updated on by Dan S
Originally Published May 8, 2021.

How to easily & smoothly bulk import product images from Dropbox to Shopify using 2 apps

If your products are in Dropbox, you might want to import product images to Shopify. But doing it manually can be quite time-consuming, depending on the number of products you have in your store. 

Is there a way to import product images in bulk from Dropbox to Shopify, or do you have to do it one by one? Let’s discuss this in detail. 

Importing bulk product images from Dropbox to Shopify 

The best solution for you in this situation is to use an app that will import bulk product images from Dropbox to Shopify. 


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SyncIMG is an app that’s specifically designed for this purpose. 

It lets you import product images from Dropbox folders to your Shopify store. You can simply transfer your product images just like any other file on your computer. 

The app also supports automatic product mapping using the product handle and SKU. At the same time, all images are also backed up in Dropbox. However, it does not work with variant product images. 

Matrixify (Excelify) 

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Alternatively, you can use Matrixify (Excelify), which is a useful app for bulk importing product images during migration. Besides images, you can also transfer blogs, customers, draft orders, products, collections, discounts, and meta fields. 

More importantly, the app lets you migrate data from other platforms to Shopify too. Some common platforms include Magento, WooCommerce, Banggood, and Lightspeed. Importing products using CSV files in languages other than English can be hard, but this app makes it easy. 

The app also offers the following features: 

  • You can update the product prices 
  • Inventory can be updated by location too 
  • You can import multiple images from one row – separate them by the semicolon 
  • Allows you to update product positions in the collection 

If you don’t want to use an app, there are other ways to bulk upload product images. You do this by using Shopify admin settings.

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