Announcing improvements to Square subscription payments

Announcing improvements to Square subscription payments

Businesses thrive when they make it easy for their customers to pay them. And it doesn’t get much easier than automatically receiving subscription payments after a customer enters their information only once.

That’s why we’re happy to announce an improved recurring payments experience using Jotform and Square. You’ll get all of the benefits from the Square subscription forms you already have, plus several more requested features, including

  • Tax support
  • Coupon support
  • The ability to define a trial period
  • The ability to change the first payment period
  • The ability to manage subscriptions from your Square Dashboard

These new features create a powerful subscription system that you and your customers will love, whether you’re selling memberships, accepting recurring donations, or selling a product that’s delivered monthly.

This is possible through Square’s new Subscriptions API, which was released last year in order to make recurring payments smoother.

How to switch to the new Subscriptions API

If you’re already using Square subscription payments through Jotform, enabling the updates just requires a couple of simple steps.

First, make sure to disconnect and reconnect your Square integration, which you can do where you configure your integrations in the Form Builder. Then select Continue, and you’re good to go.

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Enabling subscription payments means increasing your customer lifetime value (LTV), having more predictable billing, and creating happier customers. Get started with a Square account to use this integration today, and receive a special discount for Jotform users.

This update is available for Square users in the U.S., the U.K., Australia, Japan, and Canada. And the fee is still 2.9 percent plus 30 cents.

Are you collecting subscription payments using Jotform and Square? Let us know about it in the comments below.

Chad is a former VP of Marketing and Communications at Jotform. He’s also a frequent contributor to various tech and business publications, and an absolute wizard with a Vitamix. He holds a master’s degree in communication and resides with his wife and cats in Oakland, California.

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