The Paypal Plugin only takes a few seconds to configure and opens up a world of opportunity for your funnels!
First, head to your account settings at the top right corner of your Funnelish account.
Add your PayPal email in the box provided and decide on your default currency, click Save.
You can also add your PayPal email and currency at the funnel level if it's different for each funnel!
Do this by going to your funnel settings and adding the info in the provided boxes.
Activate the plugin account-wide by visiting the Apps section of your account and toggling it to ON, like in the screenshot below:
Decide if you want to offer credit card, PayPal, or both (recommended).
You can choose to use the default credit card form if you're using different gateways.
Click Save Changes.
Next, head to your funnel and ensure the Plugin is turned on and active there as well.
Decide if you want to use PayPal as the default payment option. Users will still be allowed to choose other payment methods but PayPal will be the main option.
Decide if you want to track your PayPal orders in ClickFunnels.
Once done, click Save Changes.
When having customers pay through PayPal, we often see people experiencing the nightmare where PayPal does not bring them back to the funnel to go through the rest of your offers!
To fix this issue follow the simple steps below:
First, go to the PayPal website and log in to your account.
Click the Settings icon at the top right side of the page.
Click Seller Tools from the top bar.
Click the “Website Payment Preferences” update link in the Selling Preferences column.
Switch On the Auto Return button.
Input a default Return URL for all your funnels (don't worry, this only works as a fallback if something goes wrong at the product level - make it something simple, like your home page).
The Translate function will allow you to translate your payment fields as wished:
Once that's done please copy the code to your Order Form's Settings>Head Tracking.
Your Paypal Plugin is now ready to use and process payments!
Head out to our next post to see how to Test Purchases!