While Shopify’s default settings are great, there are a few things you can add and change to get the most out of your cool new store!

Let’s discuss it step by step. First, click the Settings button in the lower left corner of the control panel.

Screenshot showing Shopify settings
Legal Settings

This is an important setting — without it, you’re operating illegally.

Every online store needs a Refund Policy, a Privacy Policy, and a Terms of Service (ToS) Agreement.

Luckily, Shopify can build one for you based on your settings. Again, remember that we are not lawyers and this is not legal advice. Once your business is generating revenue, I recommend an attorney to review these documents for you.

Simply click the three Create from template buttons under each section.

Screenshot showing Shopify refund policy template


Next, create pages for each document. Right-click Online Store and open it in a new tab (so it’s easy to copy and paste from the Legal settings page).

Under Online Store, click Pages then Add page.

Screenshot showing Shopify pages setting


Title the first page “Refund Policy”. Go back to your legal settings tab and copy the entire refund policy, then paste it in the new Refund Policy page in the other tab. Click Save. Repeat for your “Privacy Policy” page and “Terms of Service” page.


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