Under general settings, you can edit your account related information such as the account name, email addresses and currency. AccountAccount name and imageYour account name and image are for internal use only. They allow you to identify your account among the list of accounts that you have access to. EmailsAccount
Home FunnelThe home funnel is the funnel the visitors will see after visiting the root of your domain name. For example, example.com or accountname.mylightfunnels.com. Default ThemeThe default funnel is the theme that is automatically used when you view your product in the storefront.
In this area of your account settings, you can invite your team members to your account and grant them different permissions or revoke their access to your account. To add a member, click Add Member then enter their email address and check the permissions you would like to grant them.
LightFunnels supports 3 types of payment gateways. StripeYou can use Stripe to accept credit cart payments on LightFunnels. If you don't have a Stripe account, you can sign up for a new account. Once you are logged into your Stripe account, go to your LightFunnels settings and choose Payment Gateways
Emails & SMS
Email and SMS settings allow you to edit the emails and SMS messages that are automatically sent to your customers from LightFunnels. Order EmailsYou can edit the following emails Order Confirmation EmailOrder Cancelled EmailOrder Refund EmailOrder Fulfillment EmailThe emails are in HTML format. Locate the texts that you want to
Integrations allow you to sync your order and customer data with third party services such as email marketing or webinar platforms. Go to Integrations for a list of supported integrations. We are constantly adding new integrations every month.
The pricing in LightFunnels is composed of two parts. A flat fee per month ( if you are on a paid plan )A small percentage of the salesCheck out our pricing page for more details on pricing.
Connecting your domain name to LightFunnels allows you to hide the lightfunnels branding from your storefront, making your pages look more professional. To add a custom domain name, make sure you register your domain name at a domain registrar such as Namecheap, GoDaddy or any domain name service of your
Facebook Conversion API (CAPI)
Bypass browser limitations or ad blockers and get more accurate data to ensure that your ads reach their target audience. What is it?Facebook’s CAPI allows you to send pixel events directly to servers, bypassing browser limitations or ad blockers. This means that you can get more accurate data