We built Marketplace to deliver better experiences for our
merchants, partners, and developers. Only select extensions
that have been carefully vetted are available, and this helps
us ensure that Marketplace represents the best that our
community has to offer.
It’s been just over a year since we launched Marketplace
and it now has over 1,500 extensions, posted by 450 developers
and partners, with over 100K transactions to date.
With continued growth and adoption of Marketplace, we are
closing Connect on September 15, 2017. Going
forward, all web traffic to Connect will be redirected to
Marketplace. We’d like to encourage you to move your extensions
and themes to Marketplace.
To submit your extensions and themes to Marketplace,
please start by reading the User
Guide to understand the various submission review
phases, and how they’re different from Connect. These phases
Business – ensures each that each extension solves a
business problem and delivers rich and unique
Technical – examines code to detect the presence of
viruses, malware, and any indication of plagiarism.
Marketing – reviews all marketing descriptions against
our style guidelines to make sure that content is in line
with Magento branding guidelines.
Please keep the following important steps in mind
during your Marketplace submission:
Use the same Magento account used on Connect
‘Vendor Name’ field must be lowercase and without spaces
A valid PayPal account is required
Respond to the email request for tax information (required
to complete your submission)
2. Magento Commerce 1 and Magento Commerce 2 extensions and
themes need to be submitted using the same process with
Magento Commerce 1 – extension URLs are determined by
the name extracted from the package.xml (name tag)
present in the submitted tarball (tgz)
Magento Commerce 2 – extension URLs are determined by
the combination of the vendor name and package name
combined with a ‘-‘ (dash) character.
3. Magento Commerce 1 reviews can be migrated from Connect to
Marketplace for extensions and themes with more than 10
reviews. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with
4. If your Magento Commerce 2 extension has shared
packages you must wait until they are
approved before uploading your modules.
5. Test every extension with our GitHub EQP
Tool before submitting.
6. Make sure you correctly flag your extension as
an integration. Please note that having separate
installation and support services does not make an extension an
integration. Both integrations and extensions can have separate
installation and support services.
An extension IS an
integration if it requires another account or
subscription be set up and paid for outside of the
An extension is NOT an
integration if it works and functions on its
own without a merchant having to
sign up and have an account with another platform or
For questions please contact email@example.com.