GraphQL Admin API reference
The GraphQL Admin API lets you build apps and other integrations for the Shopify admin.
Getting started with the GraphQL Admin API
Learn how to authenticate and start making queries with the GraphQL Admin API
All GraphQL API queries are made on a single endpoint, which only accepts POST requests:
Learn more about getting started with the GraphQL Admin API.
Available GraphQL Admin API resources
Access APIs — View and manage the access that has been granted to you by merchants.
App APIs — View and manage an online store's apps.
Billing APIs — Get paid for your app by collecting a one-time charge, a fixed monthly fee, or a variable monthly fee based on usage.
Bulk operation APIs — Create and manage bulk operations.
Common APIs — Common Admin API objects.
Customer APIs — Help merchants manage their customer data.
Directives — A directive describes additional options to the GraphQL executor. It allows GraphQL to change the result of the query or mutation based on the additional information provided by the directive.
Discount APIs — Help merchants to offer flexible discounts and manage their marketing activity.
Event APIs — Fetch event data or register webhooks to keep your app synced with the merchant store.
Inventory APIs — Manage inventory levels across multiple locations.
Metafields APIs — Manage public and private object metafields.
Online store APIs — Update a merchant's online storefront and its content.
Order APIs — Give merchants new ways to receive, process, and manage their orders.
Products and Collections APIs — Access and manipulate a store's catalog using product and collection APIs.
Scalars — Scalars are primitive values such as Int or String. GraphQL queries and responses take the form of a hierarchical tree; the leaves on these trees are GraphQL scalars.
Shipping and fulfillment APIs — Show custom shipping rates at checkout, or register your app as a store's fulfillment service and then manage its fulfillments.
Shopify Payments APIs — The Shopify Payments API lets you access information about a merchant's Shopify Payments account.
Store properties APIs — Update an online store's properties and policies.
Translation APIs — Create and manage translations for translatable resources.