A few months ago we added debit and credit card payments to help you get paid even faster with Invoice2go. Based on a lot of great feedback, we’re introducing a new feature to make payments even better.
Now you can choose whether you’d like to offer the debit or credit card payment option for every invoice. Previously, if you sent an invoice with the debit and credit card payment option turned on in app settings and happened to turn it off at some point (knowing certain customers wouldn’t pay by card, for example), customers who had already received links to pay online would be out of luck. Now, you don’t have to deal with that hassle. Once you turn the debit and credit card payment option on in settings, you can control when you offer this payment option whenever you create an invoice.
This gives you:
Greater flexibility: Easily offer debit and credit card payment options to customers without alienating those who prefer to pay by cash, check or other methods.
Lower transaction costs: If you like to offer debit and credit card payments based on invoice amount or just want to minimize costs from transaction fees, you’re in control.
Less hassle: Stay in the flow by offering the debit and credit card payment option only when you need it. No more jumping back and forth between invoices and app settings.
How does it work?
1. Using our mobile app? Get the latest version of Invoice2go from the App Store or Google Play. If you use Invoice2go on the web, skip on to the next step.
2. Go to Settings and make sure the “Accept debit and credit cards” payment option is turned on.
3. Whenever you create an invoice, you’ll see a convenient on/off switch for debit and credit card payments.
We’re working on lots of other features to improve how you get paid, no matter how your customers want to pay, so stay tuned.