Currency: Easily add support for multiple currencies
Shopify now has built-in currency support for Shopify Payments. You can easily add multiple currencies to your store with these easy steps. There is no code required or apps to install.
Start by reviewing Shopify's documentation:
Enabling your store to sell in multiple currencies
This step is required. If you're using Shopify Payments, add the currencies you'd like to support in the Payment providers settings:
Configure/add all currencies you'll be supporting here:
The enabled currencies are the only ones that will work for the next step. If you decide to add additional currencies in the future, come back here and first enable the additional currencies.
Create a new menu for supported currencies
In your Navigation admin, create a new menu for currencies:
Create a new menu:
For each menu item, use the link format as indicated in Shopify's article. Be sure to include your shop's domain name to replace the xxxxxx and then include the valid currency code from the same Shopify article:
Add menu items for each of your enabled currencies:
Save your new menu.
Add your new menu to footer
Open the Theme Editor:
Or if you're working with a draft theme:
In the Footer section:
At the bottom in the content area, add a Link list:
Choose the new Currency menu you created as the Link list:
That will then appear in your footer as a column.
You can adjust the labels to how you'd like them to read. That's done in the Navigation admin as the name for each menu item. For example, if we want to change "EURO" to "EUR" in the footer menu, use the "Edit menu" link:
Make the change under Name:
Apply and Save. That will now reflect on your footer menu:
How the currency menu works:
When a customer clicks on one of the currencies from your footer menu, your Shop will reload in their browser and all prices will be adjusted to the newly chosen currency.