We’re constantly releasing tools to help you start, run and grow your business, and in April we released a bunch of cool features. To make sure you’re getting the most out of Square, here’s a roundup of what’s new.
Customise your checkout experience
Now you can create a faster, more accurate checkout experience with customised checkout. Enable, disable, and reorder your tender types so the most used options are right at your fingertips. You’re just a few clicks and drags away from a quick and error-free checkout. Get started with customised tender options.
Automate your recurring payments with Square Invoices
It’s easier than ever to automate your recurring invoices. You can customise the frequency of your billing (monthly, daily, annually), and if your customer has saved a card on file and authorised recurring payments, you can check a box to make future payments on the recurring series automatic. It’s less work for you, so you can save more time for the things you love. Get started and create a recurring invoice now.
What’s new with Square partnerships
Square’s partners provide everything from accounting software and eCommerce solutions to inventory and employee management. Here’s what’s new with our partners this month.
Build online forms with Wufoo and JotForm
Whether you’re embedding them on your website, or sending them out via email, online forms are a critical operational tool for businesses everywhere. This month, Square has partnered with Wufoo and JotForm to provide you with fast, easy solutions to build online forms.
The new integrations provide a seamless way for you to collect data, automate tasks and accept payments payments through easy-to-build online order forms. Get started by visiting Square’s App marketplace today.
Get your products found with Pointy
Pointy creates a search engine–optimised website for the products in your Square catalog. So now when shoppers search for a product on Google, your store appears in the search results. Get started with Square and Pointy.
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