With the flip of a toggle, you can generate a Payment Page URL that allows your customers to pay on demand. See Payment page settings for help configuring and enabling your page. If you are adding the page to your website, consider using a slide open script to enhance the user experience. You can also add the link to emails
A few things to remember about payment pages:
- The URL does not change when you turn your payment page on and off.
- The payment page URL must be turned on for customers to make a payment. If your customer clicks the link and the link is turned off in settings, your customer will see the message "This page is disabled. Please contact [company name] for more information." instead of a payment page.
- Be sure to let your customer know if they need to select a Taxable payment amount. The payment page does not calculate tax; your customer will need to enter the correct subtotal and tax amounts on the form.
- Payment Page payments are not tied to projects and invoices in your business portal. If your project has an unpaid invoice and your customer sends a payment through your payment page, you will need to manually account for it on your invoice and project.