How to enable Google Pay and Apple Pay in the Express Checkout section?

How to enable Google Pay and Apple Pay in the Express Checkout section?

The Express Checkout section

Fluid Checkout will display a new section for fast checkout when payment gateways support one or more of the Express Checkout payment methods.
The express checkout methods usually include Google Pay, Apple Pay and other Browser Payment Request methods.
Example of the Express Checkout section at the checkout page, showing the Google Pay payment button.


Supported payment gateways and plugins


Currently, the Express Checkout section is only supported when using the plugins:
  1. WooCommerce Stripe Payment Gateway - By WooCommerce
  2. WooCommerce Amazon Pay - by WooCommerce

How to enable Google Pay and Apple Pay and the Express Checkout feature


You'll need to enable the Google Pay and Apple Pay methods in the payment gateway settings, and the Express Checkout feature needs to be enabled on Fluid Checkout settings.

  1. Go to WP Admin > WooCommerce > Settings > Payments.
  2. Click the "Stripe – Credit Card (Stripe)" link on the payment gateways list to open the Stripe settings.
  3. On the Stripe settings, mark the option "Payment Request Buttons > Enable Payment Request Buttons. (Apple Pay/Google Pay)". Please note that Google Pay and Apple Pay options need to be enabled on your Stripe Dashboard settings for the Express Checkout feature to work on your website.

  4. Go to WP Admin > WooCommerce > Settings > Fluid Checkout.
  5. Check the option "Express checkout > Enable the express checkout section at checkout".


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