The Partners gallery shows your Stripe Partners listing information, which the Dashboard also uses to show recommended integrations as part of new user onboarding.
You can add or update the following listing information at any time in the Partners section of the Dashboard.
|Learn more URL||A link to a page where customers can learn more about your company or integration. If possible, this should be a page specifically about using Stripe with your integration. This link is required and used as a fallback for the more specific links listed below.|
|Create Account URL optional||A link to your registration page. We’ll send users here if they want to create a new account on your platform.|
|Sign-in URL optional||A link to your sign in page. We’ll send users here if they want to sign-in to an existing account on your platform.|
|How to Link URL optional||A link to documentation explaining how to connect an account on your platform to Stripe. This is shown to users interested in connecting an existing Stripe account with your integration. If you don't have this type of documentation, please fill in the Learn more URL instead.|
|Connect to Stripe URL optional||A link to your implementation of the Connect to Stripe URL. See details below. If you can't implement this URL at this time, please fill in a How to Link URL, which will be used instead.|
Implementing the Connect to Stripe URL
We show a listing of Stripe Verified Partners as part the onboarding flow for new users. Users are presented with three steps:
- Choose an app integration from a list of Stripe Verified Partners
- Sign in or create an account (using the URLs you provided)
- Connect their Stripe account to your platform
You can use one of two methods to implement the Connect to Stripe URL:
- If you already have a settings page that allows signed-in users to connect to Stripe, you can link to that page. As part of the flow, we ask users to sign in before clicking the Connect to Stripe URL.
- To provide a truly seamless experience, we recommend that you implement a new endpoint that performs an HTTP redirect back to the Stripe Connect OAuth flow. You can likely reuse the Connect OAuth link parameters from your existing Stripe integration.
Consider the following situations as you implement this URL:
- If the user is not logged in to your application: We ask users to sign-up or sign-in before linking their account. If that user is not signed-in when they follow your Connect to Stripe URL, redirect them to your Create Account URL.
- If the user is logged in to your application: Redirect the user to the Stripe Connect OAuth flow with the appropriate parameters set.
- If the user is logged in and has already completed the Connect OAuth flow: Redirect the user to the Stripe Connect OAuth flow with the appropriate parameters set without passing in
always_prompt=true. This makes it obvious to the user that they have already completed the Connect OAuth flow.
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