Need to collect some additional information from a payer? You can now add custom fields to your payment forms.
You can now embed your payment forms within your site using a modal pop-up form:
Simply copy the script into your page and you'll embed a button to open your form:
Also, you can change the buttons colors and text to match your website.
You can now edit your Themes with custom CSS rules. Need to make a really snazzy checkout page for a particular client? You can now change button colors, fonts, borders—the sky's the limit.
Lots of new features
We have been hard at work over the last couple of months adding more requested features and continually improving the platform. Here's a rundown of the features we've added.
You can now modify the look and feel of your payment requests and pages by creating a theme and applying it.
Need to give a discount to a customer? Coupons can now be created for one-time or recurring purchases and can be easily turned on for any payment request or page.
You can now add an additional fee to any payment form, such as a setup fee. Additional fees can either be an amount or a percentage and can be added to both one-time and recurring payments.
As we continue to grow, we'll continue to refresh our marketing site periodically.
We have released Custom Notifications, which allows you to set custom email notifications that are sent out to customers when you receive a payment.
The cool thing about this feature is that you can not only set default notifications, but you can also choose specific notifications that are only sent on specific payment requests.
You can turn on/off notifications on individual payment requests.
A couple weeks after updating our marketing site, we've also given a quick refresh to the app itself. Just a fresher look all around. Let us know what you think!
If you haven't noticed, ChargeKeep has a new look! Based on your feedback, we've updated our marketing site and will be adding lots more documentation to the app.
We'll also be updating the look and feel of the app over the next week.
Thanks for your continued support!
Users who accept payments in various currencies will benefit from this new feature:
You can now specify in which default currency to send your payment requests. This feature is useful for those users that have, for example, a UK Stripe account, but find themselves collecting a lot of payments in Euros.
Changing your default to currency to Euros means you won't have to do it each time you send a new payment request, saving you a bit of time and, most importantly, preventing you for sending a payment request in a different currency.
Updates to the payment from
Based on your feedback (thank you!), we have made some improvements to our payments form. A country code field has been added to phone numbers, in addition to added security features.
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