Say hello to a new way to message.
So many conversations. One way to manage them.
Square Messages is the only messaging hub you need for your business.
Send and receive texts, emails, and more all from one place.
- Reach out easily
- Respond instantly
- Transact directly
When you send a payment link to a customer within Messages, any conversations or questions about the transaction stays in one place so you never lose track of a sale.
How Square Messages keeps you connected:
Get in touch without making a call.
Hear from customers and respond right away.
Know when a new message comes in with notifications.
Respond to feedback in real time.
Send and receive photos directly from Messages.
Take payments wherever you are.
Text or email receipts from one place.
Manage estimates and invoices in a message thread.
Meet the (digital) assistant that’s always there.
Square Assistant is only available with Square Appointments.
Built to work with other tools, so you can build better relationships.
Access Messages wherever you are from your Square Dashboard and mobile app.
Create a link for any good or service and send it through Messages so customers can pay from the message thread.
Email and SMS
Messages is your new inbox. Email and text from one place to keep conversations organized.
Messages helps you organize questions, cancellations, confirmations, and rescheduling.
Send a professional invoice or estimate in Messages to streamline getting paid.
“As a small-business owner, your head is all over the place, and Messages helps keep me organized.”
GINGER, OWNER OF GINGERLY WAX
- How much does Square Messages cost?
Square Messages is currently free for existing Square customers. It’s a communication platform that integrates with your other Square subscriptions so that everything you use to run your business stays in one place.
- I don’t get it. Does Messages replace text and email?
Messages doesn’t replace text and email, but think of it as a solution that consolidates all of those inboxes and notifications for you. You can send, receive, and respond to texts, emails, questions, and feedback all from Messages. Over time we plan to build more integrations to make it truly a one-stop shop for customer communication. Hopefully, Messages will soon replace your need for any other business chat software.
- Where can I access Square Messages?
Access Square Messages directly from your Square Dashboard or mobile app. If you use the Square Point of Sale app, Square Appointments app, or Square for Retail app, you’re ready to chat with customers with a free Square account. No additional sign-up or steps required — the user-friendly messaging interface is already built in.
- What is the difference between Square Messages and Square Assistant?
Square Messages: Square Messages is a communications platform designed to keep your client communication in one place. That means texts, emails, receipts, invoices, feedback, checkout links, and more. You don’t have to use your personal number to communicate with customers or hop on the phone for something like an appointment reminder, and your clients experience more immediate customer service.
Square Assistant: Square Assistant is the Square automated messaging tool. It’s part one of what Messages has to offer. Think of it as your personal AI assistant or a tool that helps you respond to customers in real time. Square Assistant can confirm, reschedule, and cancel appointments automatically to help you protect your calendar and guard against no-shows. You can jump in at any time to take over the conversation, and if Square Assistant can’t answer a particular question, you’ll be notified so that you can address it. Square Assistant exists because, when you run a small business, you simply can’t be everywhere at once.
You can read more about Square Assistant here.
- How can I give Messages access to members of my team?
Messages is designed to improve team collaboration. It makes it easier for everyone on your staff to communicate with customers, to stay informed about upcoming appointments, to send appointment reminders, to schedule follow-ups, to send payments, and more. Make sure that your staff members have the Messages permission in Team Management and that they have access to the correct locations.