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Accept payments with PayPal
Accept payments with PayPal

Integration with PayPal allows you to receive payments with your app.

Updated over a week ago

PayPal payment gateway integration allows you to receive payments with your app.

🌍 PayPal is available in more than 190 countries.

PayPal is a distinct company not affiliated with us. For any inquiries regarding PayPal's solutions, services, or pricing, please reach out to PayPal directly. We do not have the authority to provide information or support on behalf of PayPal.

Connect PayPal

To connect PayPal, please follow the steps below.

  1. Obtain the API credentials from your PayPal Dashboard:

    1. Open PayPal Dashboard and create a REST API application.

    2. Open the newly created application and copy Client ID and Secret from the API CREDENTIALS section.

  2. Go to the Locations > Settings page by pressing the "Settings" icon next to the location's name > PayPal > press "Connect".

  3. Paste your Client ID and Secret, and press "Connect."

Your location's currency must be set to one of PayPal's supported currencies.

How PayPal works

The integration adds a new payment method "PayPal" to the "Payment" section in your app. App users selecting the "PayPal" payment method are redirected to the PayPal payment page and fill in the payment details.

Accept payments with PayPal on Spacebring's coworking space management platform

You can set the payment methods available for your clients in your PayPal account, such as credit and debit cards, PayPal balance, etc. Your members can pay for rooms, desks, events, products, credits, and invoices.

Identify app transactions in PayPal

You can easily find the transaction from your app in the PayPal dashboard using the following unique identifiers:

  • ID β€” coincides with Custom ID in the PayPal dashboard. You can copy the ID of the transaction from the "Transactions" custom report.

  • Time β€” coincides with the date and time of the transaction in the Stripe dashboard.

  • Description β€” the types of purchases users make in the app, such as room bookings, desk bookings, Shop orders, etc.

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