🔑How to configure and sell license keys?

Welcome to the instructional video for the BIG Digital Downloads Products application.

I'll guide you, step-by-step, on how to vend your personal license keys via the app.

Imagine, for instance, you're an authorized distributor for Photoshop and wish to trade license keys for Photoshop CS5 and CS4.

It's presumed that you possess a collection of license keys for these two Photoshop editions.

Your initial task is to input these keys into the application.

Head over to the 'License Keys' section and select "New License Key".

Now, input your license keys. Ensure it's one key per line for Photoshop CS4.

It's crucial to attach a tag to this batch as we'll use this label later to pair these keys with the digital item your buyers will secure.

The label can be any descriptor, it's merely a marker.

For demonstration, I'll utilize the tag "CS4".

Press "APPLY", and repeat for your subsequent batch for Photoshop CS5, using a distinct tag. For this, I'll opt for "CS5".

Now, as evident, we possess numerous license keys, each tagged, and primed to be linked to your digital items.

Your next move is to establish your digital items in the app and tether these keys.

Venture to the 'Digital Products' section and tap on "New Digital Product".

It's assumed that a Photoshop item has been set up on Shopify, so we'll hunt for it when the window emerges after selecting "Select Product".

Here, we'll adjust the various parameters of your digital item. In the "Access Provided to Customer" dropdown, select "License Keys". Opt for "Use my own license keys" next, and jot down the tag you applied earlier. In this scenario, I'll type CS4.

Afterwards, insert the official Adobe Photoshop link and click save.

That's it! Now, whenever a client acquires this digital item, they'll instantly get one of the keys you've inputted.

Follow the identical steps for Photoshop CS5, and ensure to type CS5 in the tag.

That brings us to the end of this guide. Should you require any assistance, feel free to reach out using the in-app live chat. I'm typically swift to reply.

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