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Quickpay integration with Shopify makes it easy to get started with accepting online payments.

Shopify’s platform allows users to easily and quickly create their own online store without all the technical work involved in developing their own website, or the large expense of having someone else build it.

An advantage with Shopify is that you can brand the whole buying process in your own design. The hosting platform behind Shopify is PCI certified and is therefore allowed to make payments via the socalled Quickpay API.

Visit www.shopify.com/?ref=quickpay-dk for more information about the system.

Updated at Mon. 3th of October.

Disclaimer! It should be noted that the use of the module is at your own risk. We provide only limited support for the installation and the use of the integration.

Shopify is a Canadian-based shop system. The system is one of the most user friendly and flexible e-commerce systems that we’ve seen.

Our module for Shopify makes use of the QuickPay payment gateway very smoothly.

If you wish to set up a Shopify shop you are most welcome to sign up using our partner program.

3-D secure compliant

If you use the integration below, you are fully covered. If you are using the old integration (QuickPay v10) where card data is entered directly into the shop’s page, you need to switch to the integration below.

Integration with QuickPay

With the QuickPay integration to Shopify the customer is redirected to the QuickPay payment window, where the customer can pay with credit cards, MobilePay Online, ViaBill etc. depending on your agreements.

NOTE: We are still working on some issues regarding the new app integration.

If you want to update to the new app integration, you just have to be aware of the known issues that our developers are in the process of correcting, so therefore we have made a list. We will remove them as we come to terms with the individual issues.

1. The capture of payments in Shopify. In some cases, we see that the payment is stuck in “pending” in Shopify. The main part of the issue is solved, but we still see individual payments can get “stuck” with the update in Shopify. You can wait a moment or make refresh on the Shopify site under the payments, then we see that the payments get the right status.

2. Refunds of the payment in Shopify. In some cases, the refunds are stuck in “pending” in Shopify. It is possible to check the payment status i the Quickpay manager. This is something we are working on, to get solved.

3. The individual payment options are also being prepared and will initially be in the payment window in the new app until the individual integrations are ready.

The list of the paymentmethods is the following:

1. MobilePay Online - Ready to be activated under settings > external integrations > Shopify > MobilePay Online > install app

2. Swish - Under progress

3. Vipps - Ready to be activated under settings > external integrations > Shopify > Vipps > install app

4. Klarna - Under progress

5. Anyday - Ready to be activated under settings > external integrations > Shopify > Anyday > install app

6. Trusly - Under progress

7. iDeal - Under progress

8. ViaBill - Under progress

Setup

Make sure that in the QuickPay Manager under Settings > Merchant > Shop system you have selected Shopify. And also make sure to test the new integration before deactivating the old one.

1. In the Quickpay manageren go to Settings > External integrations and click “Shopify”.

2. Click Setup Shopify integration - if installing additional app you can skip to step 4.

3. Input your .myshopify.com domain in the input field. eg. if your shop domain is myshop.myshopify.com, just enter myshop.

4. Then you can see the new integration apps and you can click “install app” for the payment method you like to use in Shopify checkout.

5. You will now have to click on install app in Shopify

6. Now you have to login with your Quickpay login.

7. Here you choose the Quickpay account the app needs to be installed on.

8. If you have choosen the Quickpay app, you are now presented with all the payment methods you can show in our checkout. ** PLEASE NOTE ** This is only regarding which logo’s to show in your checkout. The payment window will show the pamyent methods you have activated on your Quickpay account. Finish by clicking Save if you have made some changes. This step are not shown if, it is any of the other apps you are installing.

And now you are ready to accept payments with Quickpay through Shopify.

Multi-stores

1. When you have done the first part of this guide and have more stores to add, then you just press on set up shopify integration again and follows the flow one more time and choose the next store.

Search for Shopify order id in the Manager

1. Find the order in Shopify og go to Timeline for the order. Then go down and click on authorized on Quickpay.

2. Click on Information from the gateway and copy the id under Payment

3. Log in to the Quickpay manager and go to payments and here click on the icon next to the search bar.

4. Copypaste the id and click on filter

5. Click in the payment and see all the information for the payment.

For the moment, it is not technically possible for Quickpay, to help with the icons in the footer, due to the new app integration. As a subscriber at Shopify, you have 60 minutes of design support, with Shopify’s design team, here you can get help for the payment icons in the footer. MobilePay is not included in this and we can refer to Shopify/theme support and Shopify experts. You can also try to do this yourself.