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Receive payment on your WordPress website with 1app Business Plugin

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This time last week, the 1app team launched its business feature. As mentioned in their official press release on LinkedIn and Medium, 1app Business is on a mission to provide a reliable, safe and fast means of accepting payment for business owners. To keep to this promise, the team launches its WordPress 1app Business Plugin earlier today.

This plugin will be useful for business owners who have a WordPress website and will like to accept payment from it. The plugin allows the business owners to create a bill for their customers. It works just like the regular 1app Business does, except you can add it to a WordPress website, instead of using the unique business link.

How to use 1app Business Plugin?

Step One: Install the plugin. To add the plugin to your WordPress website, go to the plugin page to install, or simply search for 1app Business Forms on your plugin directory to install. After that, activate the plugin. Kindly note, that plugins cannot work on free WordPress templates.

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Step Two: Add your API keys. Open the plugin settings and add your 1app API key. You will find your API keys on your 1app Business settings page. Make sure you’re on live mode, default mode is test.

Step Three: Add new form. Add a new form for your payment page. You will specify what amount your users will pay while making the payment. Watch below, the full video representation of the process.

These payment forms are generated by short-codes and can be placed into your website pages or posts. You can also create as many forms as you want. Don’t forget to set your payment preferences, in case you have any.

Not sure what 1app Business is about, find out more. Visit to register and get started. You can send feedback to the team via email at [email protected]

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