Shiptheory can be setup to access and update any Stock Location you set up within your Shopify store, and you can use as many or as few of these stock locations with Shiptheory Inventory Management as you require. The first step here is to setup and verify your stock locations within your Shopify.
To do this, head into your Shopify Store --> Settings --> Locations:
As you can see, on this page you can view your locations, set a default and add new locations as required.
When connecting Shopify to Shiptheory, you'll see Shiptheory receiving all of your different locations. You can also select which one(s) you'd like Shiptheory to actually pull Shipments/Orders from:
For some more in depth info about connecting Shopify Stores to Shiptheory initially, please see here.
Now that you've connected Shopify to Shiptheory and Shiptheory has received your different stock locations, you're able to set up Shiptheory Inventory Management to work with your Shopify. The first step here is to head into Inventory Management and clock "Add New Warehouse":
As you can see below; after adding a New Warehouse to set up, you can select Shopify as the channel you'd like to work with, and the stock locations we saw previously are also there available to be selected (1). If your stock locations don't show, click on the "here" option to refresh your locations (2):
For a full guide on setting up Inventory Management with Shiptheory, please see here.
If you have any questions or issues from there, please Contact Support.