After a Standard Payment Link is created, you can track its status on your Dashboard on the Payment Link page. The diagram given below illustrates the life cycle of a Payment Link.
The table below lists the various states and their descriptions in the Payment Link life cycle:
Indicates that the Payment Link has been created. Know more about creating a Payment Link.
Start accepting payments by sending the Payment Link to the customers.
Indicates that the customer has made a partial payment against the Payment Link. Know more about enabling partial payments for Payment Links
Send a reminder to the customer to pay the next instalment. Know more about sending reminders.
Indicates that the Payment Link has been paid in full.
Indicates that you have cancelled the Payment Link. Know more about cancelling Payment Links.
Customers can no longer pay using this Payment Link. Create a new Payment Link to start accepting payments (if required).
Indicates that the Payment Link has expired. You can set the expiry date and time while creating the Payment Link. Know more about creating a Payment Link.
This link is no longer accessible to the customers. Create a new Payment Link to start accepting payments (If required).
- You cannot delete a Payment Link. However, you can cancel it. Know more about cancelling Payment Links
- You can cancel a Payment Link only if it is in the
issuedstate. You cannot cancel Payment Links in the