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Global Settings

You can integrate and set up Paypal to the Cost Calculator in the Payments of the Global settings. To do this, go to Global Settings >Payments> Paypal Payment and you can see these settings:
Apply to all calculators - The settings you put here will apply to all calculators.
PayPal IPN setup - It is a shortcode you put in your PayPal account to specify the calculator(listener).
Email - Put in the email you used for your PayPal account.
Currency - Choose the currency you want to get payments in.
Account Type - You can choose the Live (for getting payments) or Sandbox(for testing the integration) account types.
IPN lets you get information about transaction events, such as payments received on your services and products. To learn how to set up PayPal IPN, read PayPal’s documentation.

Settings in the Calculator

You can also set up Paypal to the Cost Calculator in the Payments section of Individual settings. To do this, go to the Settings tab of the calculator you want and head over to the PayPal Payment of the Payments section. There will be these settings:
After enabling PayPal payment, you can see these settings:
PayPal IPN setup - It is a shortcode you put in your PayPal account to specify the calculator(listener).
Email - Put in the email you used for your PayPal account.
Currency - Choose the currency you want to get payments in.
Account Type - You can choose the Live (for getting payments) or Sandbox(for testing the integration) account types.
Total Field Element - It is a feature at the end of the Payments section that lets you choose one or some Total fields(Formula elements) you want to show or hide.
When "Apply for all calculators" is enabled in the Global settings, it will be applied for all created calculators, and there will be a notice when you edit the individual settings of the certain calculator.

Cases when you have several Formula elements

  1. 1.
    For example, you make custom T-shirts for men and women. You let your customers choose the print for their shirts. In calculations, VAT will be calculated separately and within the total cost with VAT.
You choose to show only the formula element with the Total cost with VAT.
Let’s look at how it will look in the orders.
  1. 2.
    There is another example with the Gift card shop. Your customers can choose the design from the options available for each card and or send their own image. They can choose whether they will get only a digital card or get their package delivered.
You can set up PayPal to show only the Total cost of the delivery if they decide to choose the delivery.
That is how their order will look: