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Payment Setup in Kyvio 3

 

First, let's log in to the system and click on the "Payments" tab.

Orders : The Orders tab is where you can view and manage all the orders that have been placed on the website. You can see details about each order, such as the customer's name, email address, order total, and shipping address. From here, you can also mark orders as shipped or cancelled and send order status updates to customers.

Subscriptions: This tab allows the user to manage their subscription products. It shows a list of all active and inactive subscriptions, along with their billing information, payment history, and subscription status. From here, the user can cancel or pause subscriptions, edit payment details, and adjust billing intervals.

Transactions: This tab shows a list of all transactions made on the user's account. It includes details such as the date, time, amount, and payment method used for each transaction. Users can also filter transactions by date range or payment method, and export transaction data as a CSV file.

Products: This tab displays a list of all products offered by the company. Users can add, edit, or delete products from here, and adjust pricing and availability. Each product also has its own detail page where users can view and edit the product description, images, and other details.

Coupons: This tab allows users to create and manage coupons that customers can apply to their orders. Users can set discounts as a percentage or a fixed amount, and specify whether the coupon can be used once or multiple times. Coupons can also have expiration dates and minimum order requirements.

Tax Settings: This tab allows users to configure tax rates and rules for their products and subscriptions. Users can specify tax rates based on location or product type, and set tax exemptions for certain customers or products. The tax settings can be customized to comply with local tax laws and regulations.

Integrations: This tab displays a list of integrations available to the user, such as payment gateways, shipping providers, and third-party apps. Users can configure these integrations to work with their store, and manage authentication and access tokens.