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Payment methods not displaying correctly? Please read the following FAQ

FooSales payment methods can be managed from within your WordPress admin area.

Login to your WordPress admin area and go to FooSales > Settings > Payment Methods.

Using the existing WooCommerce payment method management screen, you can enable/disable specific payment methods, change the display order, and give them custom titles by clicking on the Manage button.

The Payment Methods screen where specific payment methods can be reordered and enabled/disabled.
A payment method can be renamed by clicking on the ‘Manage’ button and inserting a custom title.

Once modified, your changes will display in the FooSales apps the next time that you connect to your store (Note: you may need to disconnect and reconnect to your store for the changes to take affect).

Screenshot of the payment methods in the FooSales app showing the custom titles and specified order.

FooSales offers direct integrations with Square and Stripe to process payments. Square hardware accepts EMV chip cards, magnetic stripe cards, Apple Pay, Google Pay, Samsung Pay and NFC. Stripe readers support EMV chip, NFC/contactless, Apple Pay, Google Pay and magstripe.

If you don’t use Square or Stripe, card payments can be manually processed using any third-party card reader of your choice and set to “Card Payment” at checkout. You would then simply select the card button and FooSales will add metadata to the order so that you can see what the payment method was in your WooCommerce back-end. The benefit of this is that FooSales does not limit you to a specific service provider and you can therefore use any service that suits your needs based on cost and availability.

Payment type can also be set to Cash, Direct Bank Transfer, Check, Cash on Delivery and Other Payment Method.

When viewing orders in your WooCommerce store, the orders processed by FooSales will display the relevant payment time in the POS column. Standard orders that were captured online through WooCommerce will display the Online tag. You can also filter orders using the ‘order type’ drop-down.

The ‘order type’ filter in the WooCommerce dashboard allows you to filter orders based on where they were captured (Online or POS) and the payment method that was used. 

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