New method of determining a paid user’s status:
Are you taking leap years into account?
Nope–if the customer complains, I’ll change the date one day
I don’t think Jeff would approve of that
No, probably not. Should I change my formula in the math column to
lastPaymentOn + 365.25 ?
I guess it depends how pedantic you want to get. I know Jeff came up with a formula to add an arbitrary number of years to a date that correctly accounted for leap years, but I can’t find it right now.
I was just having a dig
I say leave it at 365. Unless you’re selling 100 year plans it’s unlikely anyone (except me ) would ever notice
That’s the one!
I was looking for it in the “Fun with Dates” thread…
@Robert_Petitto now you have no excuse!
Makes total sense.
I have to say I am impressed with payhere.
Currently working through a business case to offer varying discounts/plans using the coupon codes feature.
Plan to do some A/B split testing on the take up rate based upon the different options, the results might be quite interesting to see
Hey, Joel here from Payhere! Hopefully you’ll be able to use it now https://stripe.com/newsroom/news/stripe-launches-uae
Hi Joel, thanks for the great product, we have used it a lot recently for our agency’s apps.
Just thought it would be a chance to ask someone from PayHere directly. Would a payment with a coupon code, let’s say 100% discount, affect the info sent to webhook?
We have a client reporting a bug about his payments with a coupon code not written to the Sheet. I checked the Integromat scenario linked to PayHere via the webhook and can’t find those payments.
I know! They’re fantastic. Scott and @Joel and the rest of the team are stellar.
Did someone tried the natively checkout of Stripe in a Webview? Maybe is a good solution.
If you know how to code / host Stripe Checkout, surely. Payhere is a nice nocode solution.
Sure! And has integration with Integromat to link payhere with Google sheets right? I ask it because with payhere if i have a product for 5€ for example. The comisions are:
- 2% of 5€ (PayHere) = 0.1€
- 1.4% of 5€ (Stripe) = 0.07€
- 0.25€ (Stripe)
Right? Just to confirm that i’m doing well the calculus.
I think that looks accurate.
I know the pricing. I was asking for the combination
This is an amazing breakdown, thank you @Robert_Petitto!
I was wondering if there was a way for users to be able to view custom fields after purchase? My use case would be a user potentially having multiple subscriptions which could be differentiated by a custom field… so if they wanted to modify the subscription, they would know which subscription to modify (i.e. pay per listing).
Any response is appreciated! Thanks