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    How can we remove last product from Stripe so that none are not shown on form?

    Asked by aaronwilbur on March 11, 2016 at 02:06 PM
    Have another question for you, how do I get Stripe to not show the product?
    Stripe remove products
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    Answered by Ben on March 11, 2016 at 02:16 PM

    Now if you need to remove a single product and leave others, there is an easy way to do it - by entering the wizard and removing it. The trick is to remove it when it is the only product on the payment integration.

    To do it, you would actually need to remove the entire payment field from your form. Once you do that you would need to select that all products are removed (by selecting NO) as well and then add Stripe back to your form.

    This however applies to all payment processing fields.

    You will also need to re-connect the payment processing field to your Stripe account after doing the same.

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    Answered by aaronwilbur on March 11, 2016 at 02:28 PM

    Thanks Ben

     

    Now when I re add the payment form it asks me:

     

    I would like to:
     Sell Products
     Users can choose only one product
     Users can select multiple products
     Sell Subscriptions
     Collect Donations/Custom Amount Payments
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    Which should I select?
     
     
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    Answered by Ben on March 11, 2016 at 02:42 PM

    You should set it up as shown in this guide: How to pass a calculation to a payment field - mentioned on the previous thread. Meaning that you should select Collect Donations / Custom Amount Payments option.

    From there, you should connect it to the form calculation that counts the total.

    Now I also do wish to mention that when we had talked the advanced option for taxes was not available on my side, but it is now available and would be the way to use as well if you wish.

    You can see more about it here: How to Add Tax to Your Payment Form

    Now just to make sure that I do not add the confusion, the above is simply another way to accomplish the same. For the setup that you have already done on your form the last steps are mentioned above:

    1. select Collect Donations / Custom Amount Payments option

    2. Connect the form calculation with the total

    3. and click to finish and you are all set up.