Create your first Paylink
This guide outlines how you can create your first Paylink, testing the Paylinks and on how to customize them.
Besides the guides on here, we also recommend to check our pdf tutorial for detailed step by step instructions.
Create your first Nets Easy Paylink in testing mode
In your Nets Easy Paylink account, click Paylink on the left hand navigation bar.
You will then be directed to Click Create Link.
From here, you can now define specific parameters for your Paylink, among them the recipient’s email, the amount, and others. For testing purposes, you should pick an email you have access to in order to check the content.
Once your parameters are defined, click Create.
The payment claim has now been sent to your recipient’s email.
With the email that was input into the parameter as recipient will then receive the email with the Paylink. Whenever they will click on the generated Paylink URL button, they will be taken to the Nets hosted payment flow as described from here.
Test your customers experience
If you have set the email address known to you and that you can access, you can test your consumers' experience by sending the Paylink to yourself. Then, click on the button from the email that has been sent as a result of your Nets Easy Paylink creation.
You will then be directed to the payment flow entry page. For testing, you can enter a fictional address and use our testing payment details from here.
Customize your Nets Easy Paylink
Nets Easy Paylink comes with a variety of customization opportunities:
Look & Feel
The easiest way to customize your Nets Easy Paylink’s look and feel is through your Nets Easy Paylink account’s setting section (Look & Feel).
From here, you can create different profiles for how your Paylink is going to be displayed. You can then choose the profile as part of the “Create your Paylink” flow.
There is a variety of optional parameters to choose from when you create the Payment Link in your Nets Easy Paylink account.
Get more detailed information from the PDF Tutorial.