Send a payment link to pay an outstanding event invoice

Yapla's Send Payment Link feature allows you to pay any outstanding invoice for the purchase of event tickets through the Yapla platform. This feature allows a user to make a payment without necessarily being connected to a member area.

Please note that this function is only available with the Premium Plan.

Shop application activation

Activation of the payment link requires prior activation of the "Shop" (shopping cart) application in the Yapla account.

Please note that even if the Shop feature is activated, the shopping cart does not need to be visible on your website.

If you've already activated this Application, you can go straight to activating the payment link.

Otherwise, here's how:

Go to your Yapla account settings.


Select the Features tile.


Activate the Shop application:



Activate the payment link function

Once the "Shop" feature has been activated, follow these steps to enable the payment link:

Go to the Shop Settings.


Click on the Web Page tile.


Configure the web page by entering the necessary information (image, main color, font) and click on "Save".


Then check the shopping cart settings in the "Settings" tile of the Shop Settings.


Check that the Applications you wish to use it with (Members, Events and Donations) are ticked. Then click on "Save".



Send a payment link

Once the shopping cart has been created, you can send a payment link at any time.

Manually create a bill in the Yapla environment and set its status to "Pending payment".

In the Accounting application, send the payment link to the person concerned by clicking on the wheel icon.


This will send a payment link to the recipient. By default, the recipient of the bill will be the link recipient, but it is also possible to add other recipients, such as administrators.


A confirmation message will appear on the screen once the link has been sent.


Recipients will receive a message containing a link to the single-page payment page where they can make the payment.

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