How to charge for App signature
If you have set up a payment gateway, your guests will be able to pay for the app signature(APP签名) via credit card. To redirect them from the tablet to the payment page, you need to set this up in the app settings of your event.
To charge your guests for the app signature
If you use Stripe, PayPal, or Braintree as your payment gateway, you will need to sign up for a merchant account.
You will also need to provide your payment provider with the information they need to process payments:
a bank account number, a routing number
Once this is done, your guests will be able to pay by credit card
Once this is done, your guests will be able to pay by credit card. You will need to set up a payment gateway if you want guests to have the option of paying by credit card.
To set up a payment gateway in the event settings:
-Click ‘Payments’ at the top of your dashboard and then select ‘Set Up Payment Gateway’. This will take you to a page where you can select a gateway type (eCheck/ACH or Credit Card) and enter any required fields that apply specifically to that method.
-In order for them to complete their purchase, they will be directed back through Eventbrite so they can provide their name, email address, and billing information before entering their credit card details on our secure site (securely hosted by Stripe).
To redirect guests from the tablet to the payment page
To redirect guests from the tablet to the payment page, set the redirection in the app settings of your event. Go to App Settings > Redirection and enter the redirect URL for your event.
You can also enable session cookie support so that you can identify returning guests.
When a guest returns to the app, a session cookie is set in their browser. This allows you to identify returning guests and show them a welcome message or other content that’s specific to them.
You can follow this guide to configure a redirection on your event
From the main menu, go to “Events” and then find your event.
Once you find it, click on the gear icon in the top right corner of your screen and select “Edit Event Settings”.
Scroll down until you see a section called “Redirections”. Click on this option to open up a list of all available redirections for your event (you can also add new ones).
Select which redirection you want from this list, or add a new one at the bottom by clicking “Add New Redirection”.
Take a way:
The takeaway is the main point of an article. It should be a benefit, a call to action, and easy to understand.
In our example above: “Make sure your app signature is accurate” means “I will know what my app does before I buy it!” This is both something that benefits customers (they don’t have to download apps they don’t want) and something that benefits you (you get more downloads). The takeaway, in this case, can also be seen as a question: Is your app signature accurate? If so, great! If not—and there are many reasons why it might not be—you’ve got some work ahead of you.
The takeaway may also be a benefit and a call-to-action all in one. In our example above: “Make sure your app signature (应用程序签名)is accurate” means “I will know what my app does before I buy it!” This is both something that benefits customers (they don’t have to download apps they don’t want) and something that benefits you (you get more downloads).
Now you know how to charge guests for signing with their phone or tablet. If you have any questions or comments please contact us at [email protected], we would be glad to assist you!