Sending an invoice from Xero with an iwocaPay pay link button
Once you've linked iwocaPay to Xero you can easily give your customers the option to pay iwocaPay.
Just use one of the branding themes you linked with your iwocaPay account
This adds iwocaPay as a payment option on your invoice. If you don’t want to add iwocaPay to an invoice, just use a different branding theme.
Setting due dates
You’ll need to set a due date for the invoice in Xero.
- If you’d like to get paid up front, keep today's date as the due date - Remember your customer will already get 30 days interest free to pay after they checkout with iwocaPay.
- If you’d like to give your customer more time to pay interest free, you can add the number of extra days you’d like to give them to your due date - Your customer will be able to settle the invoice with iwocaPay on the due date and then get 30 days interest free on top.
Make sure you send an online version of your invoice
Otherwise your customer won’t be able to use the iwocaPay button. To do that, all you need to do is deselect the ‘include PDF attachment box’.
Other than that, just head to your Xero dashboard to create the invoice as usual. Here’s a quick video to show you how.
Editing your Xero email templates to include information about iwocaPay
Adding information to the email sent with your invoice
It’s important to give your customer a little information about iwocaPay when you send them an invoice using iwocaPay. To make it super easy it’s probably worth creating an ‘iwocaPay invoice’ email template in Xero.
Adding information to follow up emails
We’ll follow up with your customers who sign up to iwocaPay - but if you’d like to follow up with them too you can set this up to run automatically in Xero.
Just follow these steps to set up or edit invoice reminders in your Xero account and copy the ‘Pending pay link’ email template from your iwocaPay launch pack.