The following can help the merchants keep track of their orders:
Two statuses are displayed in the Orders tab, the first one is the Payment Status which can be differentiated as follows:
Unpaid - HelixPay automatically creates the recurring order for a subscription. This order will be shown as an ‘Unpaid’ order in the console until the customer pays on or after the billing date. This is also going to be the payment status for new orders created in the console until payment is made by the customer.
Paid - Orders are being updated to paid status if customers are able to successfully make payment and complete the transaction. For credit card, debit card, and paymaya wallet payments, the customer is automatically charged for their recurring orders. For bank transfers, Gcash, and GrabPay payments, HelixPay sends an automatic billing reminder to the customer to complete their recurring payment. If you have shippable products, you can proceed with arranging the fulfillment of all the paid orders.
Failed - When a customer payment is not successful, the payment status is tagged as failed. Failed payments usually happen when the customer was not able to complete the transaction or an error occurred while the payment is being processed. Click here to know more about failed payments.
Skipped - You can allow customers to skip a payment if they want to and you will see this in the console as a ‘Skipped’ payment.
Refunded - In case you need to return a customer payment, you can update the order payment status to ‘Refunded’ from the Orders tab in the console. To request a payment refund for a subscription payment, please message your HelixPay Account Manager.
The other status that is shown in the Orders tab is the Order Status. For 'shippable' products, all orders are in ‘To Ship’ status by default, you can then update this to ‘Shipped’ after the order is delivered. For 'non-shippable' services, you will see ‘To Fulfill’ as a default order status. You can then update this to ‘Fulfilled’ after the service is completed.
Updating the payment and/or order status will notify the customer through email.
To modify a subscription order, click the ellipsis button found on the rightmost part of the subscription details then select 'View Details'.
In editing the subscription order, you can do the following:
- Update 'Price' and 'Quantity'
- Add 'Custom Field' and/or 'Product'
- 'Upload Attachments' like order invoice.
Bulk Upload Attachments
The merchant can also do bulk upload attachments from the orders page in the Orders module.
- Update 'Payment Status'
- Update 'Order Status'
The payment reminder allows you to notify the customers to process the payment for their subscription order before you continue with fulfilling the order. HelixPay automatically sends out payment reminders but you can also manually trigger an additional reminder from the console. To do this in the Orders module:
Step 1: Click the 'ellipsis button' on the rightmost part of an order you want to resend the email to then select 'Resend'.
Step 2: Choose from the drop down list the schedule for resending the payment reminder then click the 'Send' button.
The merchants have the ability to customize more payment reminders for unpaid orders by adding follow-up emails.
In the Orders tab, click the ellipsis button beside the 'Search by' field then select 'Download Order Summary'. This will automatically download the excel file and you can find it from your device’s downloads folder.
In managing order prices, you can do the following:
To do this, click the ellipsis button beside the ‘Search by’ field in the Orders module then select 'Export Order Prices'. This will automatically download the excel file and you can find it from your device’s downloads folder.
You may charge different rates depending on a customer’s consumption or usage. This consumption-based pricing is very common for types of business like utilities and Software as a Service (SaaS) where you might need to periodically adjust the billing amount. HelixPay solves this by allowing you to update the order prices.
To update order prices, download the template first by clicking the ellipsis button beside the 'Search by' field in the Orders module then select 'Download Order Price Template'. This will automatically download the excel file and you can find it from your device’s downloads folder.
Once the download is complete, you can fill the template with the required order details and upload it to the console to update the order prices. To do this, just click the ellipsis button then select 'Update Order Prices'. You will be asked to select the file to be uploaded and you will then see a message that the orders are updated when the file was uploaded successfully.
You can upload attachment(s) to your customer order and the ‘Bulk Upload Attachment’ feature helps the you to do this efficiently by uploading multiple attachments at the same time.
Steps in bulk uploading attachments:
Step 1: In the Orders tab, click the ellipsis button beside the 'Search by' then select 'Bulk Upload Attachments.
Step 2: You will be redirected to the bulk upload page. Click the 'Attach Files' button and select the attachments to be uploaded.
Step 3: Attachments are uploaded by batch with a maximum of 20 files or a total size of 2 MB per batch. Click the 'Review' button to verify the attachments.
Step 4: Start the Upload!
Once the upload is complete, you will be redirected to the Orders page and you will see a message that the attachments are uploaded.
HelixPay understands that you may need to update orders and you want to do it as quickly and as efficiently as possible. With the bulk update features, you can apply voucher, change order status, or even resend notification to multiple orders at the same time.
Not all merchants have the same requirements as to what order details they want to see from the console that is why HelixPay lets you edit the columns displayed on the Orders tab. The following are the steps in editing the columns:
Step 1: Click 'Edit Columns' .
Step 2: Select the columns to be displayed from the drop down options then click 'Apply'.
Updated 3 months ago