When someone subscribes to a product on your store or purchases a membership, Subify will automatically add their information as a new customer to your customer list in Shopify, or if the customer already exists, Subify will update the customer card.
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You can access all your customers from your Shopify admin panel > Customers.
The "Orders" column in the table shows the one-time purchase order of your customers. So, if a customer only has purchased a subscription product on your store, and has never purchased any one-time products, the Order number would be 0 for them:
Subscription purchases in the customer profile
When you click on the customer profile, you can see all their product subscriptions, if they have any, in a separate section from their one-time orders. Also, if you click on the "view subscription" link, you will be redirected to its subscription contract in Subify:
Subify Customer tags
If you enable the customer tags from Subify > Settings, Subify will automatically tag customers who purchase a subscription on your store. You can then see that tag in the customer's profile or create a segment based on this tag:
Create customer segments for your subscribers/members
You can create customer segments using the filter option:
To create a segment for all the customers who have purchased a subscription or a membership on your store, follow these steps:
1. Activate the customer tags in Subify > Settings > Tag management.
2. Go to your Shopify admin panel > Customers.
3. From the box on top, click on "filter".
4. Select the "customer_tag contains" filter.
5. Select the tag "Subify Subscriber" or any other tag that you have enabled in Subify.
6. Click on "Apply filter".
7. Choose a name for this segment.
8. Save the segment.
You can select this segment, whenever you need it, from the Customer segment on the top left side of the page: