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How To Integrate PayPal With AccessAlly

The AccessAlly Products/Payments feature allows you to create products & offers from inside your membership site. These products may be set up as single-purchases.

Important: you must use a PayPal Business account for integration with AccessAlly.

Why Integrate PayPal With AccessAlly

AccessAlly includes a built-in ecommerce feature that’s designed especially for you if you’re looking for a quick and easy way to sell a small variety of products and/or subscriptions from inside your membership site.

Note: when you are placing testing orders, you cannot use the same PayPal account that was integrated in the AccessAlly -> General Settings -> Payment section.

Please note that the PayPal integration does not support the subscription model (with recurring payments). If you wish to offer recurring payments, make sure your site is integrated with Stripe.

Video Tutorials

Important: you must use a PayPal Business account for integration with AccessAlly.

Step 1: Enable PayPal Integration To Take Payments Through PayPal

Step 2: Integrate the Payment Process With Your CRM

AccessAlly requires additional configuration to link the payment process with your CRM platform.

There is no additional configuration required for Active Campaign.

By default, AccessAlly adds the Drip tracking Javascript to every page to the site, so you don't need to manually add it.

Reference Guide to AccessAlly’s E-Commerce Feature

Wondering how it all fits together? Here’s your guide to setting up and selling with AccessAlly’s e-commerce feature. Click on the links below to view the corresponding tutorials.

Step 1: Set up your payment integration
Note: If you wish to sell subscriptions with recurring payments, you must use a Stripe integration.

Step 2: Create Your Products

Step 3: Create Your Offers

Step 4: Design Your Order Forms

To add your order forms to a page, just use the AccessAlly shortcode adder!

Updated on September 6, 2018

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