Make a Payment

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The "Make a Payment" task requires a user to pay to continue on in the application process.

Basic Information Tab

The Basic Information tab provides a quick overview of the elementary descriptions (Title and Description) associated with the task, and can be formatted using the Visual Editor. 

Name: The name of the task - how it will appear in the Competition Design page, and referred to in every other instance within your site. 

Set a Description: This description is shown to applicants who fill out this form. Specifying a description is optional. When checked, the Visual Editor is displayed, which allows the content to be formatted accordingly.

 

Round & Group Tab 

The Round and Group tab allows the administrator to select which stage the task will be in, as well as the group the task should be applicable to. 

Stage: The specific stage the task should be affiliated with can be selected from this drop down menu. 

Group: The Group this task should be assigned to can be selected from this drop down menu. 

Access Level: Who should have access to this task.

Submission categories: Unless explicitly specified, this task will be available to all submission categories. Note: This option is dependent on categories having been created

 

Behavior Tab 

The Behaviour tab presents critical options that affect the visibility of the task, as well as its importance. 

Required: This option makes the task required to progress further in the contest. It is not possible to submit the application if a required task has not been completed. 

One-time only: Use this option if you only require to complete this task once. The task data will be synchronized with all other submissions belonging to the applicant. 

Viewable upon completion:  This option will determine whether the user can view their task after completing it. 

Editable after completion:  This option allows the applicant to continue making changes to this task after initially completing it. 

Editable after deadline (or before start date): This option will allow the applicant to continue to make changes to this task after the deadline has been met. 

Viewable before eligible: This option will determine whether an applicant can see a task before they can complete it (ie; before or after a start date or deadline). 

Set a deadline: Deadlines dictate when a user must complete this task by. 

Set a start date: Start dates dictate when a task can be completed. 

Prerequisites: The prerequisites option allows an administrator to dictate that an applicant must complete other tasks before being allowed to complete the current task.  These tasks can be selected within the box under 'Prerequisites'. 

 

Payment Options Tab 

Paypal Payment Option

 

Email: This field should contain the email address associated with your PayPal account. 

Amount: The amount the applicant will be charged, expressed numerically - must be greater than 1 and does not include any applicable processor fees that vary depending on the specified provider. 

Currency: Select the currency applicants should make the payment in - currently supported currencies include USD, CAD, GBP and EUR with more to be added in the near future. 

Accept Donations: Checking this box allows applicants to specify an additional amount above the amount already specified. 

Use Quantities: The 'Use Quantities' checkbox appears as an option under each payment provider, and allows the administrator to enable the use of quantities via two methods - user input and from form variable. This feature is most commonly used when administrators may want to give applicants the ability to specify multiple payments of the same amount.

 

Authorize.Net Payment Option

 

Account: This is your Authorize.Net API Login ID. 

Auth Token: This is your Authorize.Net API Transaction Key. 

Hash Token: This is your Authorize.Net MD5 Hash Value. 

Amount: Must be greater than 1. Processor fees will apply. Please do NOT include the $ sign or any equivalents in this value. 

Accept Donation: Allows the applicant to submit an indeterminate on top of your base amount. 

Use Quantities: The 'Use Quantities' checkbox appears as an option under each payment provider, and allows the administrator to enable the use of quantities via two methods - user input and from form variable. This feature is most commonly used when administrators may want to give applicants the ability to specify multiple payments of the same amount.

 

Stripe Payment Option

 

Primary Token: The live publishable key found on your Stripe account settings page. 

Secondary Token: The live secret key found on your Stripe account settings page.

Amount: Must be greater than 1. Processor fees will apply. Please DO NOT include the $ sign or any equivalents in this value. 

Accept Donation: Allows the applicant to submit an indeterminate on top of your base amount. 

Use Quantities: The 'Use Quantities' checkbox appears as an option under each payment provider, and allows the administrator to enable the use of quantities via two methods - user input and from form variable. This feature is most commonly used when administrators may want to give applicants the ability to specify multiple payments of the same amount.

  

Visibility Tab 

The Visibility tab allows the administrator to specify which groups this task will be visible to. 

odify visibility: This option will allow you to hide this task from users in specific groups.

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