This guide assumes you have our PayPal Shipment Tracking for WooCommerce plugin installed. If you need help with this, take a look at our install guide first.
2. Enter your PayPal developer app credentials.
- If you are working with a live app, do not check this box.
- If you are connecting a sandbox/test app, check the box to Enable PayPal Sandbox.
- Copy/paste your app’s client ID and Secret into the fields provided.
4. Click the Save Changes button to save your general settings.
Angell EYE PayPal Shipment Tracking Widget
If you do not have a separate plugin for shipment tracking numbers, use this option to display our widget in your WooCommerce order screen, so that you can fill in the data needed to send to PayPal.
3rd Party Shipment Tracking Data
If you are using a separate plugin to manage your shipment tracking numbers, select the option to Use 3rd Party Shipment Tracking Data, and then select which fields should be mapped to the PayPal tracking plugin.
3rd party shipping plugins will typically be using custom fields in WooCommerce to store their data.
Select the field in the drop-down on the right that matches up with the PayPal field label on the left.
6. Click the Save Changes button to save your field mapping settings.
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The PayPal Shipment Tracking for WooCommerce plugin is now installed and configured! You are ready to begin putting it to work to send tracking numbers to PayPal!
If you have any questions or concerns about getting your PayPal Shipment Tracking plugin configured, we are here to help!