Is it possible to create a one page checkout?

Sorry for the dumb question, but all the info I found online about funnelish said that it uses a 2 step checkout that separates the info section from the payment section.

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That’s not true, Funnelish supports both two step form checkout and single page checkout :slight_smile:

Just add payment form element alongside a product list and any fields you want to collect like (email, address…etc)

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Wow, thanks for the fast response!

I have another question if you don’t mind.
Is it possible to make the checkout look like or at least similar to the the photos I sent below?

The most important part would be the purple countdown timer, the countdown timer I saw on a video made with funnelish looked quite spammy.

And one more thing, is it possible to add an exit intent pop up at the checkout page that automatically adds a coupon?


Yes you can make it like that, I think that countdown timer can be made with some small code which we could help with when needed,

We do not support those popups, and actually Facebook Ads started penalising accounts have similar intrusive experiences on their pages, (you can of course still do it with minimal code - but it’s not worth it, mainly it will just work on desktop and majority of your traffic will come from mobile).

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Thank you for answering all my questions, will buy soon.

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Ok so I have one more question I forgot to ask.

I want to create a bundling option where they can buy more of the exact same product on the bottom of the page that looks something like in the picture below.

So I want to give the option to choose between buying 1-3-6 of the same product and once they choose between the bundling options it takes them to the checkout with the amount of products they selected and it sends it to Shopify which then sends it to a 3PL company.

I also want to create a post purchase upsell in case they don’t scroll to the bottom of the page and see the bundling option and end up clicking the CTA above the fold.

So basically I want my funnels to look like this:

Customer buys 1x :arrow_forward: checkout with 1 product :arrow_forward: one click upsell offering 2 more of the same product :arrow_forward: Downsell offering 1 more of the same product if they won’t accept the upsell :arrow_forward: Thank you page :arrow_forward: sends the order to shopify with the correct quantity

Customer buys 3x :arrow_forward: checkout with 3 products :arrow_forward: Thank you page :arrow_forward: sends the order to shopify with the correct quantity

Customer buys 6x :arrow_forward: checkout with 6 products :arrow_forward: Thank you page :arrow_forward: sends the order to shopify with the correct quantity

It would be important to send the correct quantity to Shopify since I’m using a 3PL company that’s integrated with Shopify and automatically fulfills my orders and I don’t want to end up sending one product to a customer that ordered three.

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There are many ways to do that, it just depends on the business logic. Shopify syncing won’t be any problem at all as it would work the same way.

Here are few options you could do:

1. 3 Separate Order forms

Most common, Mainly have your landing page with the 3 bundle buttons, whenever a customer clicks a button take them to the order form that was made specifically for that bundle.

Pros:

  • You can easily add offers for the bundle or even bundles of the bundle itself (eg. 2 boxes of 6 masks)

  • Allows you to increase your AOV upfront (in order form) while it might cost you AOV in OTOs.

  • Easier to work with - You only need to create 3 order forms and put them all after the landing page, whenever a customer buys from one Funnelish will automatically take them to the next OTO thus skipping the other Order Forms.

  • You don’t have to recreate the funnel, same OTOs, TYPs…etc will be seen by all customers.

Cons:

  • Can’t customise OTOs, whether customers buy from the 1, 3 or 6 order form, they will see the same exact OTO.

2. 3 Separate Funnels.

This takes longer to do and ideally done once you are scaling hard and want to squeeze more AOV/Conversions from the sales funnel.

It mainly works by having a Landing Page in a funnel (any funnel), then whenever a customer clicks a bundle button (1 Mask, 3, and 6 Masks) they get taken to an order form in an entirely different funnel.

Pros:

  • Allows you to have full control over the sales experience, each OTO can be personalised to match the front-end offer.

  • You can customise each flow to match what the customer is buying.

  • Allows you to increase conversions and AOV especially from OTOs.

Cons:

  • Harder to maintain and manage, you’ll need to maintain three separate funnels at the same time which takes time.

TLDR;

Either way you follow, you can connect your products directly to Shopify whether they are bundles or not.

Funnelish allows far more dynamic linking and variant matching so you shouldn’t really face any problems on that, if you do just reach out to us on the community again or through our chat channels :slight_smile:

@samlee

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Sorry I haven’t seen your reply before it was deleted, you can tag me on any post or new topics if you need my assistance at any time, also feel free to reach out to our support if needed…
@samlee

It’s fine, I deleted it cause it wasn’t really important.

Thanks for answering all my questions.

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