How to integrate Buyhatke with Magento 2

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What is Buyhatke?

Buyhatke is one of the most loved shopping search engine which serves over 10 million users a month. Buyhatke is working on building the most popular platform on any internet connected device and powering insights around e-commerce. Buyhatke has a lot of global firsts to its name and has got tremendous user love for the same. Buyhatke dreams of touching millions of users on a daily basis and help them have an amazing shopping experience.

Since the product data parameters in Buyhatke and Magento 2 are fully compatible, store’ s admin can apply these parameters to their product data, which generates Product Feed. For the reason that Magento 2 now does not support feed generating, we need to use Product Feed extension.

Country using Buyhatke:

  • India

Countries using Google Adwords:

  • Required fields
    • Product_Name
    • Description
    • Actual_Price
    • Discount_Price
    • URL
    • Prod_Image
    • Category_Name
    • SubCategory_Name
    • SubSubCategory_Name
    • Brand
    • Shipping_Price
    • Shipping_Time
    • EMI
    • COD
    • Stock
  • Optional fields
    • ISBN
    • Weight
    • Promotional_Note
    • Specification

How to Integrate Buyhatke with Magento 2 step by step

Step 1: Register and use Buyhatke

Access to, register to your Gmail account. Then choose the logo for your shop. After registering, go to your Gmail to verify and login to Buyhatke.

Step 2: Create Product Feed in Buyhatke

Since Magento 2 does not support to generate product feed, in this article, we introduce the Product Feed Module by Mageplaza.

2.1 Create a product feed

To begin with, go to Products > Catalog > Product Feed > Manage Feeds > Add New Feed

2.1.1 Insert information needed in General information


2.1.2 Choose template: Buyhatke XML


2.1.3 Insert information in Google Analytic part


2.1.4 Select the conditions to export files


2.1.5 Choose the protocol to upload exported files (SFTP or FPT)

Then select Cron job to generate feed automatically, whereas Manual allows admin to create feeds manually.


2.1.6 Finish export feed
  • Save the configuration
  • Click Generate to export and upload files to the server
  • Then download files from the server or Manage Feeds


The file results after using Product Feed extension is as below:


2.2 Upload Product feed files

2.2.1 Add a new primary feed
  • After registering, please go to Upload feed.

  • Note: It’s possible to go to Data feed > CSV to XML for instructions on migrating from CSV to XML if you already have a CSV file.


2.2.2 Upload feed file
  • First, access to to get the link created. Click and drag your file, start downloading and copy the feed link.
  • Copy your feed link in the box in below picture. Or you can directly insert the XML file by clicking Choose File button> Submit to submit your feed.
  • After submitting, choose next to move to the next step.


2.2.3 Map your feeds to Buyhatke’s feeds

Select your properties for each Buyhatke property correspondingly then click Submit after Mapping to submit your feed.



Your feed is uploaded successfully.



This tutorial provides you the instruction to create data feed using Mageplaza Product Feed of Mageplaza and how to upload a feed to Buyhatke. For more detail features of this extension, please visit here

Note: Your feeds must be mapped correspondingly to the Buyhatke feeds.

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