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How to Add Shipping Cost to Payment FormsLast Update: April 11, 2017
With our shipping feature, you may now specify a cost for shipping each item or set a weight value for each item. Assuming that you have already added the product items to your form, you can navigate to the "Shipping" tab int he payment wizard.
a. Simply click the "Shipping" tab, here you can see the "Enable Shipping" option.
b. You'll see additional options after enabling the shipping option. Here you can choose two types of charge basis:
- Per Product Item
- Per Transaction (Flat Rate)
For Per Product Item, you have to specify the cost of shipping each item. Do note that if "Additional Item" is left empty, buyers will be charged a flat rate based on the "First Item" cost.
The "Additional Item Cost" is also applicable if you have setup a quantity option for your product.
For Per Transaction (Flat Rate), your buyers will be charged for the shipping cost you specify regardless of what item they choose or how many from your payment field.
Note that Weigh Value is only available for PayPal integrations. Shipping Cost options will be automatically loaded for the other payment integration such as Stripe and Authorize.net.
d. For forms with PayPal payment integration, you can specify a weight value for each product. These values will be used if you have a weight-based shipping method configured under your Paypal account.
You can also specify the "Weight Unit", either "pounds" or "kilograms".