The 'Settings' section is a field in which you can set and arrange many different things about your app. To navigate to the section, all you need to do is to click on the button at the very bottom of the side-bar menu as shown below.
Then you will see the below screen with two main sections. In section 1, you have a scrollable menu that contains all the issues about which you can change the settings. In the 2nd section, you can view how your app icon and your splash screen (opening image) appears on mobile screen.
Let's go over every single item on the left-hand side menu (section #1) one by one!
1. App Icon
The app icon is the icon that will appear on the user's mobile phone menu. To upload the icon you should click inside of the dashed lined square area as shown below.
When you upload your icon, it will be displayed in the second section as shown below.
Make sure the visual you are about to upload as the app icon is satisfying the given specs inside the spot pointed below. Otherwise, the image will not be accepted and uploaded successfully.
PS: You can change your app icon at any time you want. But it goes live on with the next update.
HINT: You can check our article explaining how to easily create a great app icon.
2. Splash Screen (Opening Image)
The 'Splash Screen' (Opening Image) is the image that will appear prior to the showcase screen when your app opens. To upload the splash screen image you should click inside of the dashed lined square area as shown below.
When you upload your splash screen (opening image), it will be displayed in the second section as shown below.
Make sure the visual you are about to upload as splash screen (opening image) is satisfying the given specs in the spot pointed below. Otherwise, your visual will not be accepted and uploaded successfully.
PS: You can change your splash screen at any time you want. But it goes live on with the next update.
HINT: You can check our article to easily create a great splash screen (opening image).
3. App Name
This is the section in which you give a temporary name to your app. This name will appear on the Shopney Preview App under your app icon when you are previewing your app.
You can change this name at any time. Please remember that the name of your app for Apple App Store and Google Play Store can be different from the name which appears here and from the one given on the store submission form that you fill just before launching your app.
4. Store Pickup & Local Delivery
This is the section where you can enable Store pick up and Local delivery functionalities on your app. If you use Shopify's own Store pick up and Local delivery features on your website, when you click on the switch and turn it on, they will be available on your mobile app as well and you will be able to view it immediately on your mobile device using our preview app. However, please note that if you get your store pick up and local delivery services from a 3rd party app, it is possible that they won't work on Shopney.
Additionally, you can turn this switch on if you have done any customization on your address fields and you want those fields to match your mobile app's address form during checkout, because with this feature, your mobile app checkout will look and function the same way your webstore checkout does.
5. Enable Discount
In this section, you can enable a discount code that you created on your Shopify account to use at your mobile store.
6. Abandoned Cart Notification Timing
Here, you can enable or disable abandoned cart notifications. And you can set the timing if enabled. Please remeber that the timing in this section indicates the time that needs to pass before sending the notifications after the moment that the cart gets abandoned.
7. Product Listing Image Scale
This is the part where you can make a fine adjustment to your product listing images if needed. Here, we provide you with two options as 'Scale To Fit' and 'Scale To Fill'. You can learn more about how it works by checking out our related article.
8. Configure Collections
In this section, you can give app-exclusive names to your collections and hide a certain collection from the search page of your app. To learn more about how to play around this section please read the related article.