To connect Recharge, you'll need to create a Recharge API token.
API token — You can create a Recharge API token by navigating to Apps → API Tokens in your Recharge account.
The permissions required for the ProsperStack integration to work properly are:
- Orders — Read access
- Discounts — Read and Write access
- Subscriptions — Read and Write access
- Customers — Read and Write access
- Products — Read access
- Store Information — Read access
For more information on creating Recharge API tokens, see the Recharge documentation.
After entering your API token and clicking Connect Recharge, you'll be prompted to begin the next step by connecting your Shopify account.
After clicking Connect Shopify, you'll be redirected to your Shopify account to approve access. Once that's done, the import process will begin automatically.
Installing the ProsperStack snippet
To activate the ProsperStack cancellation flow in your Recharge customer portal, you'll need to install the ProsperStack snippet in Recharge.
Getting your snippet
To find your snippet, begin by navigating to Settings → Integrations in your ProsperStack dashboard. Click Configure in the Recharge section. You'll find your snippet in the Customer portal snippet section.
Click the copy button in the top right of the text area to copy the snippet to your clipboard.
Installing your snippet
The instructions for installing the snippet in your Recharge account differ depending on your Recharge theme. Read on for more details.
Standard Recharge Themes
ProsperStack fully supports the standard Recharge themes:
To install the ProsperStack snippet for these themes, navigate to Storefront → Customer Portal in your Recharge dashboard. In the Customize styles section, paste the snippet you copied in the previous step into the Header HTML/CSS/JS field.
Recharge Theme Engine
If you're using the Recharge Theme Engine, contact your Customer Success Representative or reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance with installing the snippet.