Using paypal with Calendar

Would anyone else like to share how they are using paypal to collect
payments and schedule time in your space.

As you can see from our website http://www.businessplayce.com/membership/
we have 6 different options for our members, ranging from the drop in
to just use of our conference room.

We currently just take cash/checks. Most of our memebers would prefer
to be able to pay online vs: check. As we are really trying to grow
the use of our conference rooms, we'd like to tie our Google calendar
to paypal via API. What we are seeing is that we have to sign up for
an upgraded paypal account in order to use the PAYPAL API.

If anyone has a simple calendar/paypal solution that is working for
you I'd very much appreciate hearing what you're doing.

Thanks,

Paul

www.businessplayce.com

we are currently looking at wufoo.com you might check that out. haven’t used yet but came highly recommended to us from another industry.

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On Tue, May 26, 2009 at 9:52 AM, [email protected] [email protected] wrote:

Would anyone else like to share how they are using paypal to collect

payments and schedule time in your space.

As you can see from our website http://www.businessplayce.com/membership/

we have 6 different options for our members, ranging from the drop in

to just use of our conference room.

We currently just take cash/checks. Most of our memebers would prefer

to be able to pay online vs: check. As we are really trying to grow

the use of our conference rooms, we’d like to tie our Google calendar

to paypal via API. What we are seeing is that we have to sign up for

an upgraded paypal account in order to use the PAYPAL API.

If anyone has a simple calendar/paypal solution that is working for

you I’d very much appreciate hearing what you’re doing.

Thanks,

Paul

www.businessplayce.com

Not sure if this would work, but there is a product called ‘EOSTemplate’ which is mainly for photography, but can be adapted to other uses. It uses paypal as it’s payment method (one of several).

You might check it out at www.eostemplate.com

Mike.

···

On Tue, May 26, 2009 at 6:52 AM, [email protected] [email protected] wrote:

Would anyone else like to share how they are using paypal to collect

payments and schedule time in your space.

As you can see from our website http://www.businessplayce.com/membership/

we have 6 different options for our members, ranging from the drop in

to just use of our conference room.

We currently just take cash/checks. Most of our memebers would prefer

to be able to pay online vs: check. As we are really trying to grow

the use of our conference rooms, we’d like to tie our Google calendar

to paypal via API. What we are seeing is that we have to sign up for

an upgraded paypal account in order to use the PAYPAL API.

If anyone has a simple calendar/paypal solution that is working for

you I’d very much appreciate hearing what you’re doing.

Thanks,

Paul

www.businessplayce.com

I have a similar question, though mine is about billing for monthly
charges (a flat, recurring fee)

I'm looking for a low or no cost way to set-up recurring payments (not
just recurring invoices that I have to chase down for payment)
I also want the system to respect the concept of 30-day notice (from
what I understand, PayPal will do recurring billing, but the customer
can cancel at any time)

I'd much prefer to use my own credit card merchant account than PayPal
or Google. I'm just not into setting up or paying for a shopping cart
to enable this.
In a pinch I have emailed a credit card authorization form which they
then fax in, but it's not a good method.
I like the idea of a wufoo type form online, but I don't know if it's
advisable for capturing sensitive (credit card) information. There are
few enough clients/members that I wouldn't mind manually entering the
information from the form to complete the payment process, so the
integration piece is not important.

I always appreciate your ideas, thanks!

···

On May 26, 8:53 am, Mike Strock <[email protected]> wrote:

Not sure if this would work, but there is a product called 'EOSTemplate'
which is mainly for photography, but can be adapted to other uses. It uses
paypal as it's payment method (one of several).

You might check it out atwww.eostemplate.com

Mike.

On Tue, May 26, 2009 at 6:52 AM, [email protected] <[email protected]>wrote:

> Would anyone else like to share how they are using paypal to collect
> payments and schedule time in your space.

> As you can see from our websitehttp://www.businessplayce.com/membership/
> we have 6 different options for our members, ranging from the drop in
> to just use of our conference room.

> We currently just take cash/checks. Most of our memebers would prefer
> to be able to pay online vs: check. As we are really trying to grow
> the use of our conference rooms, we'd like to tie our Google calendar
> to paypal via API. What we are seeing is that we have to sign up for
> an upgraded paypal account in order to use the PAYPAL API.

> If anyone has a simple calendar/paypal solution that is working for
> you I'd very much appreciate hearing what you're doing.

> Thanks,

> Paul

>www.businessplayce.com

Just came across this in twitterverse:
http://code.google.com/p/hackerspace-os/

···

-----Original Message-----
From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On
Behalf Of jbb
Sent: Wednesday, May 27, 2009 9:22 PM
To: Coworking
Subject: [Coworking] Re: Using paypal with Calendar

I have a similar question, though mine is about billing for monthly
charges (a flat, recurring fee)

I'm looking for a low or no cost way to set-up recurring payments (not
just recurring invoices that I have to chase down for payment)
I also want the system to respect the concept of 30-day notice (from
what I understand, PayPal will do recurring billing, but the customer
can cancel at any time)

I'd much prefer to use my own credit card merchant account than PayPal
or Google. I'm just not into setting up or paying for a shopping cart
to enable this.
In a pinch I have emailed a credit card authorization form which they
then fax in, but it's not a good method.
I like the idea of a wufoo type form online, but I don't know if it's
advisable for capturing sensitive (credit card) information. There are
few enough clients/members that I wouldn't mind manually entering the
information from the form to complete the payment process, so the
integration piece is not important.

I always appreciate your ideas, thanks!

On May 26, 8:53 am, Mike Strock <[email protected]> wrote:

Not sure if this would work, but there is a product called 'EOSTemplate'
which is mainly for photography, but can be adapted to other uses. It

uses

paypal as it's payment method (one of several).

You might check it out atwww.eostemplate.com

Mike.

On Tue, May 26, 2009 at 6:52 AM, [email protected] <[email protected]>wrote:

> Would anyone else like to share how they are using paypal to collect
> payments and schedule time in your space.

> As you can see from our websitehttp://www.businessplayce.com/membership/
> we have 6 different options for our members, ranging from the drop in
> to just use of our conference room.

> We currently just take cash/checks. Most of our memebers would prefer
> to be able to pay online vs: check. As we are really trying to grow
> the use of our conference rooms, we'd like to tie our Google calendar
> to paypal via API. What we are seeing is that we have to sign up for
> an upgraded paypal account in order to use the PAYPAL API.

> If anyone has a simple calendar/paypal solution that is working for
> you I'd very much appreciate hearing what you're doing.

> Thanks,

> Paul

>www.businessplayce.com

Ha, small world.

Far McKon, one of the project owners, is an IndyHall member and a partner in our local hacker community, The Hacktory.

I’ll have to reach out to him to get the status of the project. Has anyone tried to get this up and running?

-Alex

···

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im always developing something
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helpful: www.unstick.me

visual: www.dangerouslyawesome.com
local: www.indyhall.org

On Thu, May 28, 2009 at 12:22 PM, Chris Canney [email protected] wrote:

Just came across this in twitterverse:

http://code.google.com/p/hackerspace-os/

-----Original Message-----

From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On

Behalf Of jbb

Sent: Wednesday, May 27, 2009 9:22 PM

To: Coworking

Subject: [Coworking] Re: Using paypal with Calendar

I have a similar question, though mine is about billing for monthly

charges (a flat, recurring fee)

I’m looking for a low or no cost way to set-up recurring payments (not

just recurring invoices that I have to chase down for payment)

I also want the system to respect the concept of 30-day notice (from

what I understand, PayPal will do recurring billing, but the customer

can cancel at any time)

I’d much prefer to use my own credit card merchant account than PayPal

or Google. I’m just not into setting up or paying for a shopping cart

to enable this.

In a pinch I have emailed a credit card authorization form which they

then fax in, but it’s not a good method.

I like the idea of a wufoo type form online, but I don’t know if it’s

advisable for capturing sensitive (credit card) information. There are

few enough clients/members that I wouldn’t mind manually entering the

information from the form to complete the payment process, so the

integration piece is not important.

I always appreciate your ideas, thanks!

On May 26, 8:53 am, Mike Strock [email protected] wrote:

Not sure if this would work, but there is a product called ‘EOSTemplate’

which is mainly for photography, but can be adapted to other uses. It

uses

paypal as it’s payment method (one of several).

You might check it out atwww.eostemplate.com

Mike.

On Tue, May 26, 2009 at 6:52 AM, [email protected] > > [email protected]wrote:

Would anyone else like to share how they are using paypal to collect

payments and schedule time in your space.

As you can see from our websitehttp://www.businessplayce.com/membership/

we have 6 different options for our members, ranging from the drop in

to just use of our conference room.

We currently just take cash/checks. Most of our memebers would prefer

to be able to pay online vs: check. As we are really trying to grow

the use of our conference rooms, we’d like to tie our Google calendar

to paypal via API. What we are seeing is that we have to sign up for

an upgraded paypal account in order to use the PAYPAL API.

If anyone has a simple calendar/paypal solution that is working for

you I’d very much appreciate hearing what you’re doing.

Thanks,

Paul

www.businessplayce.com

Another service worth taking a look at for this is Spreedly: http://spreedly.com

···

On Thu, May 28, 2009 at 5:35 PM, Alex Hillman <[email protected]> wrote:

Ha, small world.
Far McKon, one of the project owners, is an IndyHall member and a partner in
our local hacker community, The Hacktory.
I'll have to reach out to him to get the status of the project. Has anyone
tried to get this up and running?
-Alex
--
-----
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-----
Alex Hillman
im always developing something
digital: [email protected]
helpful: www.unstick.me
visual: www.dangerouslyawesome.com
local: www.indyhall.org

On Thu, May 28, 2009 at 12:22 PM, Chris Canney <[email protected]> wrote:

Just came across this in twitterverse:
http://code.google.com/p/hackerspace-os/

-----Original Message-----
From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On
Behalf Of jbb
Sent: Wednesday, May 27, 2009 9:22 PM
To: Coworking
Subject: [Coworking] Re: Using paypal with Calendar

I have a similar question, though mine is about billing for monthly
charges (a flat, recurring fee)

I'm looking for a low or no cost way to set-up recurring payments (not
just recurring invoices that I have to chase down for payment)
I also want the system to respect the concept of 30-day notice (from
what I understand, PayPal will do recurring billing, but the customer
can cancel at any time)

I'd much prefer to use my own credit card merchant account than PayPal
or Google. I'm just not into setting up or paying for a shopping cart
to enable this.
In a pinch I have emailed a credit card authorization form which they
then fax in, but it's not a good method.
I like the idea of a wufoo type form online, but I don't know if it's
advisable for capturing sensitive (credit card) information. There are
few enough clients/members that I wouldn't mind manually entering the
information from the form to complete the payment process, so the
integration piece is not important.

I always appreciate your ideas, thanks!

On May 26, 8:53 am, Mike Strock <[email protected]> wrote:
> Not sure if this would work, but there is a product called 'EOSTemplate'
> which is mainly for photography, but can be adapted to other uses. It
uses
> paypal as it's payment method (one of several).
>
> You might check it out atwww.eostemplate.com
>
> Mike.
>
> On Tue, May 26, 2009 at 6:52 AM, [email protected] >> <[email protected]>wrote:
>
>
>
> > Would anyone else like to share how they are using paypal to collect
> > payments and schedule time in your space.
>
> > As you can see from our
> > websitehttp://www.businessplayce.com/membership/
> > we have 6 different options for our members, ranging from the drop in
> > to just use of our conference room.
>
> > We currently just take cash/checks. Most of our memebers would prefer
> > to be able to pay online vs: check. As we are really trying to grow
> > the use of our conference rooms, we'd like to tie our Google calendar
> > to paypal via API. What we are seeing is that we have to sign up for
> > an upgraded paypal account in order to use the PAYPAL API.
>
> > If anyone has a simple calendar/paypal solution that is working for
> > you I'd very much appreciate hearing what you're doing.
>
> > Thanks,
>
> > Paul
>
> >www.businessplayce.com

>

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Have you checked out Divvy.com?
   They have a solid platform for scheduling that
allows you to create items, services, resources etc.
and set membership levels. All of it is tied to a Paypal account
so you can receive money online. Aaron and his assistant
Jenny have been very helpful and accommodating in offering
the flexibility a coworking space needs. Check it out at:
http://www.divvy.com

Drew Tyler
@knite20

BetaLoft, SLC, UT
@betaloft
www.betaloftslc.com
Opening June 1st!

We are currently rolling this out at Bucketworks for assest and space
management. It looks to be killer once the initial work is done.
Automation on this level is needed for our sustainability.

-Kevin

···

On May 30, 2009, at 9:53 AM, Knite20 <[email protected]> wrote:

Have you checked out Divvy.com?
  They have a solid platform for scheduling that
allows you to create items, services, resources etc.
and set membership levels. All of it is tied to a Paypal account
so you can receive money online. Aaron and his assistant
Jenny have been very helpful and accommodating in offering
the flexibility a coworking space needs. Check it out at:
http://www.divvy.com

Drew Tyler
@knite20

BetaLoft, SLC, UT
@betaloft
www.betaloftslc.com
Opening June 1st!
>

Thanks for the shout-out, Drew!

We are rolling out new features and a new user flow on Wednesday- I'm
most excited about the new "Membership" features and the new look and
feel.

If any of you do try Divvy, let me know. I'm more than happy to help
you out and answer any questions you may have.

Jenny Hall
[email protected]

···

On May 30, 7:53 am, Knite20 <[email protected]> wrote:

Have you checked out Divvy.com?
They have a solid platform for scheduling that
allows you to create items, services, resources etc.
and set membership levels. All of it is tied to a Paypal account
so you can receive money online. Aaron and his assistant
Jenny have been very helpful and accommodating in offering
the flexibility a coworking space needs. Check it out at:http://www.divvy.com

Drew Tyler
@knite20

BetaLoft, SLC, UT
@betaloftwww.betaloftslc.com
Opening June 1st!

Kevin - thanks for this, we had been looking for a system we could get
up and running RIGHT NOW and Divvy seems super cool, and we may just
continue using it regardless.

Jenny - thanks for the email; we're still totally running around
putting out fires as we open, but Divvy is looking super and working
just fine and we're looking forward to the new features.

Laura
workantileexchange.com

···

On Jun 1, 3:38 pm, Jenny Hall <[email protected]> wrote:

Thanks for the shout-out, Drew!

We are rolling out new features and a new user flow on Wednesday- I'm
most excited about the new "Membership" features and the new look and
feel.

If any of you do try Divvy, let me know. I'm more than happy to help
you out and answer any questions you may have.

Jenny Hall
[email protected]

On May 30, 7:53 am, Knite20 <[email protected]> wrote:

> Have you checked out Divvy.com?
> They have a solid platform for scheduling that
> allows you to create items, services, resources etc.
> and set membership levels. All of it is tied to a Paypal account
> so you can receive money online. Aaron and his assistant
> Jenny have been very helpful and accommodating in offering
> the flexibility a coworking space needs. Check it out at:http://www.divvy.com

> Drew Tyler
> @knite20

> BetaLoft, SLC, UT
> @betaloftwww.betaloftslc.com
> Opening June 1st!

Aaron and I are here to help you if you have any questions. Divvy has
a lot of excellent features and if you ever have a question about what
the system is capable of, let me know.

Happy Friday!
Jenny

···

On Jun 4, 5:17 am, mitten <[email protected]> wrote:

Kevin - thanks for this, we had been looking for a system we could get
up and running RIGHT NOW and Divvy seems super cool, and we may just
continue using it regardless.

Jenny - thanks for the email; we're still totally running around
putting out fires as we open, but Divvy is looking super and working
just fine and we're looking forward to the new features.

Laura
workantileexchange.com

On Jun 1, 3:38 pm, Jenny Hall <[email protected]> wrote:

> Thanks for the shout-out, Drew!

> We are rolling out new features and a new user flow on Wednesday- I'm
> most excited about the new "Membership" features and the new look and
> feel.

> If any of you do try Divvy, let me know. I'm more than happy to help
> you out and answer any questions you may have.

> Jenny Hall
> [email protected]

> On May 30, 7:53 am, Knite20 <[email protected]> wrote:

> > Have you checked out Divvy.com?
> > They have a solid platform for scheduling that
> > allows you to create items, services, resources etc.
> > and set membership levels. All of it is tied to a Paypal account
> > so you can receive money online. Aaron and his assistant
> > Jenny have been very helpful and accommodating in offering
> > the flexibility a coworking space needs. Check it out at:http://www.divvy.com

> > Drew Tyler
> > @knite20

> > BetaLoft, SLC, UT
> > @betaloftwww.betaloftslc.com
> > Opening June 1st!

Hi,

I would like to my google calender to my paypal accounts. So that my user can see my available slot before booking. Is it possible? Rather than syncing to paypal,is it possible to sync it with user information template. I mean user will see my schedule when they will write their information.

···

On Tuesday, May 26, 2009 at 7:52:06 PM UTC+6, [email protected] wrote:

Would anyone else like to share how they are using paypal to collect

payments and schedule time in your space.

As you can see from our website http://www.businessplayce.com/membership/

we have 6 different options for our members, ranging from the drop in

to just use of our conference room.

We currently just take cash/checks. Most of our memebers would prefer

to be able to pay online vs: check. As we are really trying to grow

the use of our conference rooms, we’d like to tie our Google calendar

to paypal via API. What we are seeing is that we have to sign up for

an upgraded paypal account in order to use the PAYPAL API.

If anyone has a simple calendar/paypal solution that is working for

you I’d very much appreciate hearing what you’re doing.

Thanks,

Paul

www.businessplayce.com

I too am looking for a way to make it so people can register and pay for the events i have posted to my public google calendar without having to sue costly plugins and workarounds. My Google calendar works great on my website for what i need it for, but I’d like for it to do more for me.

···

On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 9:19:55 AM UTC-4, Nusrat Zahan wrote:

Hi,

I would like to my google calender to my paypal accounts. So that my user can see my available slot before booking. Is it possible? Rather than syncing to paypal,is it possible to sync it with user information template. I mean user will see my schedule when they will write their information.

On Tuesday, May 26, 2009 at 7:52:06 PM UTC+6, [email protected] wrote:

Would anyone else like to share how they are using paypal to collect

payments and schedule time in your space.

As you can see from our website http://www.businessplayce.com/membership/

we have 6 different options for our members, ranging from the drop in

to just use of our conference room.

We currently just take cash/checks. Most of our memebers would prefer

to be able to pay online vs: check. As we are really trying to grow

the use of our conference rooms, we’d like to tie our Google calendar

to paypal via API. What we are seeing is that we have to sign up for

an upgraded paypal account in order to use the PAYPAL API.

If anyone has a simple calendar/paypal solution that is working for

you I’d very much appreciate hearing what you’re doing.

Thanks,

Paul

www.businessplayce.com