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Does Squarespace have any current plans to partner with any customer payment plan providers like Klarna, Afterpay, Affirm, etc...?

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On 9/12/2019 at 9:50 AM, Alysha said:

For clarity, this is for people purchasing through a Squarespace hosted ecommerce store. I am not looking to pay for my account on a payment plan.

hi i am keen to know this too - did you find anything out?

 

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This forum is not actively monitored for product feature requests so to provide feedback about this to Squarespace, raise a ticket through Customer Care. This will add your voice to the requests for this feature and it will be shared with the appropriate team.

In the meantime, there's only one workaround that I know to be successful and that's to buy a $9 per month solution called 'Shopify Buy Buttons'. I wrote a quick guide that explains how to add these to Squarespace so that you can use Shopify's commerce features on a Squarespace website: How to add Afterpay, iDEAL, Klarna or Zip Pay to Squarespace

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Same -- I am having so many customers ask if we offer payment plans for our products. Very frustrating that Squarespace currently doesn't have any integration. I could be making so many more sales. Considering switching my site to a different platform even.

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I need Afterpay as I make my products in Australia and they aren’t cheap. Local labor and providing jobs is worth the expense but these days, everybody wants things now and don’t want to save up for them therefore they will buy overseas junk rather than saving up for a quality, ethically made product. Hey Squarespace, can you please make Squarespace compatible?

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On 11/13/2019 at 3:17 PM, paul2009 said:

This forum is not actively monitored for product feature requests so to provide feedback about this to Squarespace, raise a ticket through Customer Care. This will add your voice to the requests for this feature and it will be shared with the appropriate team.

In the meantime, there's only one workaround that I know to be successful and that's to buy a $9 per month solution called 'Shopify Buy Buttons'. I wrote a quick guide that explains how to add these to Squarespace so that you can use Shopify's commerce features on a Squarespace website: How to add Afterpay, iDEAL, Klarna or Zip Pay to Squarespace

Is it possible to use this method to allow Manual payment methods? 

Manually capture payment for orders.
The customer’s payment method is authorized at the time of their order. You’ll need to manually capture payment within the authorization period.

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9 minutes ago, DavidLin said:

Is it possible to use this method to allow Manual payment methods? 

Yes. With Shopify you can configure your settings to automatically capture payment at the time of the sale, or manually capture payment later. If you set up manual capture, you can capture payments later from the Orders page in your admin. You can choose to take full or partial payment but you can usually only capture payment once per order.

 


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Using this shopify buy button method, do we have to re-create/re-enter the products information on Shopify's backend? Inventory management will be on Shopify backend? 

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2 hours ago, DavidLin said:

do we have to re-create/re-enter the products information on Shopify's backend? Inventory management will be on Shopify backend?

Yes, that’s true. It’s not ideal, but it’s an option if you are desperate for the facility.
Another option is to move to Shopify completely, if you need advanced e-commerce features. 


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While I appreciate devs like yourself coming up with an option, for my small business, its simply not cost effective to run both a squarespace site and a shopify backend.  Its even less realistic for a small business like mine is to pay shopify's mid-tier pricing to get the functionality to use these features. 

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On 11/13/2019 at 5:17 PM, paul2009 said:

In the meantime, there's only one workaround that I know to be successful and that's to buy a $9 per month solution called 'Shopify Buy Buttons'. I wrote a quick guide that explains how to add these to Squarespace so that you can use Shopify's commerce features on a Squarespace website: How to add Afterpay, iDEAL, Klarna or Zip Pay to Squarespace

Does anyone know if this can be made to work with Squarespace 7.1?

I'd rather not resort to CSS to 'hide' the SS add to cart button and I can't find a way to hide it.

I'm seriously thinking about downgrading my SS site (removing ecommerce) and using the Shopify $9 solution to add products ... before I take the plunge, has anyone had any experience with this?

thanks
michalaela 🙂

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