You can add a Pay Now button or link in the email or SMS to your clients to pay the ASIC fees

As the title says :grinning: you can add it to the templates so your clients can pay their debt to ASIC instantly through AusPost Billpay.

To add it to SMS:
add this code ${postPayLink} to your SMS templates in the setting screen

To add it to Emails:

There are different formats or layouts you can choose:

  1. Show it as a direct link:
    add this code {PostPayLink} to any email templates

  2. Show it as a hyperlink:

  • in the email template screen, open up the email template you want to edit
  • put your text cursor on where you want the hyperlink to be displayed
  • hold the CTRL and K key (or Command and K key for Macs), the insert link dropdown should appear
  • put {PostPayLink} in the URL field
  • put whatever you want in the Text field
  • click Insert
  1. Show it as a button (my favourite :+1:)
  • put your text cursor on where you want the button to be displayed
  • click on the image icon to switch to code view (html view)
  • paste this in

<table style="width: 29%; margin-right: calc(71%);"> <tbody> <tr> <td style="width: 100.0000%;"><a href="{PostPayLink}" style="background: #fd7200; border: 15px solid #fd7200; font-family:sans-serif;font-size:13px;font-weight:bold;line-height:38px; line-height: 20px; text-align: center; text-decoration: none; display: block; border-radius: 3px;"><span style="color:#ffffff">Pay Now</span></a></td> </tr> </tbody> </table>

  • switch back to normal view by clicking on image
  • save the template
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