Looking to add a quick checkout button to your online store?
Quick Checkout helps streamline the checkout process and improve the overall shopping experience for your customers. It can also boost conversions and reduce cart abandonment.
In this article, we will show you how to add quick checkout buttons in WooCommerce.
Why add Express Checkout in WooCommerce?
Adding quick checkout to your WooCommerce store provides a better shopping experience for your customers.
It allows customers to go directly to the checkout page and skip the shopping cart or checkout pages. They also won’t have to go to the payment provider’s page or fill out a checkout form to complete their purchase.
Quick checkout buttons make the entire buying process faster. Customers can simply click the buttons and login to pay for the products they want to purchase on the spot. As a result, you may see increased conversions and fewer abandoned carts.
Adding Quick Pay also helps mobile users where their screen sizes are small. Customers will just click buttons to purchase products quickly.
However, WooCommerce does not offer an express checkout option by default. You will need to use the WooCommerce plugin to add the feature to your online store.
However, let’s see how you can add quick checkout buttons in WooCommerce.
Setting up FunnelKit in your WooCommerce store
FunnelKit is the best WooCommerce sales funnel plugin on the market. It allows you to add quick checkout buttons and create different track pages for your online store.
The best thing about using the plugin is that it works with Stripe, Apple Pay, Google Pay, PayPal Express, Amazon Pay, and other payment gateways for quick payments. This way, you don’t have to add every payment provider to your online store using third party extensions or extensions.
FunnelKit also provides easy-to-use templates and lets you do A/B testing. You can easily customize your funnels with various drag-and-drop page builders. In addition, there are many ready-made templates and automation features for your marketing campaigns.
First, you will need to install and activate the FunnelKit plugin. If you need help, you can follow our guide on how to install a WordPress plugin.
Upon activation, you will see the FunnelKit setup wizard. Go ahead and click on the “Get Started” button.
Next, you will need to enter your license key. You can find the key in the FunnelKit account area.
You just need to click the “Activate” button after entering the license key.
Next, FunnelKit will ask you to install the core plugins. These include WooCommerce, Stripe, FunnelKit Automations, and FunnelKit Cart.
The best part is that you just have to click the Install and Activate button, and FunnelKit will take care of the rest.
After activating the plugins, the last step is to enter your email address.
Once done, just click on the Submit and Finish button.
You will now see a success message. You’re ready to create funnels with the plugin and add quick checkout buttons to your WooCommerce store.
Go ahead and click the “Go to Funnels” button to continue.
Enable payment gateways in WooCommerce
Before moving forward, make sure that you have set up at least one payment service on your WooCommerce store.
To do this, you just need to go to WooCommerce » Settings From your WordPress dashboard and click on the Payments tab.
After that, you can click the toggle button to enable the payment gateway of your choice and click the Finish setup button to complete the configuration.
To learn more, you can follow our guide on how to allow users to choose payment methods in WooCommerce.
Add quick checkout buttons to WooCommerce
Once you have enabled your preferred payment gateways, you can head over to FunnelKit » Store Checkout A page from your WordPress admin panel.
From here, simply click the Create Store Checkout button.
On the next screen, FunnelKit will show you professionally designed templates for your checkout page. It will also allow you to create the checkout page from scratch.
However, we recommend that you use a template and quickly customize it according to your requirements.
Simply hover over the template you wish to use and click the Preview button.
For this tutorial, we’ll be using the Livewire model.
Next, go ahead and click the “Import this funnel” button at the top.
Depending on the model you’re using, FunnelKit may ask you to install plugins like Elementor to edit the checkout page.
Next, you will need to enter a name to sign out of your store and click the “Add” button.
After that, you will see all the steps included in the form.
You can simply click the Edit button of the Checkout page to continue.
After that, you can switch to the “Enhancements” tab. From here, just enable the ‘Express Checkout Buttons’ option.
FunnelKit will also let you choose the position of the buttons from the following options:
- top of the checkout page
- Before/after product changer
- Before/after order summary
- over payment gateways
When you’re done, just click the Save Changes button.
That’s it, you have successfully added quick checkout buttons to your online store.
If you want to modify the appearance of the checkout page, you can switch to the Design tab and click the Edit Form button.
You can learn more by following our guide on how to customize your WooCommerce checkout page.
Once you’ve made the changes, simply visit your online store to see the quick checkout buttons in action.
In addition, FunnelKit helps you increase product sales in WooCommerce. In this way, you can increase sales by encouraging users to buy more products.
You can also set up automated emails in WooCommerce using FunnelKit Automations, a sister product to FunnelKit. This plugin allows you to create automated workflows and send email campaigns to clients.
We hope this article helped you learn how to add quick checkout buttons in WooCommerce. You may also want to check out our list of the best WooCommerce plugins for your store and how to create a WooCommerce popup to increase sales.
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