PayPal is the most famous online payments system while Magento is one of the most popular eCommerce platforms. So, it would be strange if it didn't allow you to integrate PayPal into your online store.
There is a variety of PayPal payment methods you can configure. However, in this article, you're going to configure PayPal Express Checkout in Magento 2.
It is probably the most popular PayPal payment method since it accepts almost all credit or debit cards and worldwide currencies.
To keep your customers satisfied with the diverse catalog you should always pay close attention to the Magento product stock status. With a huge store with thousands of products managing stock status might be daunting.
However, we've got one feature that will make this process a little easier.
Magento allows you to configure the stock status in a certain way, so once there are only a few products left, the product will become out of stock. You can also decide whether to display the out-of-stock products on the storefront.
However, sometimes you need to change the stock status yourself from the admin panel. It is easy to do for one product, but when it comes to multiple products, the process becomes unbearably long.
Categories play an important role in your Magento 2 store since they help you to structure your catalog. They also allow customers to find products faster based on certain criteria you created your categories upon.
All of your marketing and sales efforts have one goal — to lead customers to the purchase. Once they are on that final checkout step every detail counts and Magento 2 payment methods in particular.
Even the slightest detail like a few payment options or poor payment methods configuration can step in the way of a successful transaction. Not speaking about the bounce rates and conversions.
The last thing you want is customers leaving Magento 2 checkout because of the absence of their preferred payment option, right?
So, in this article, you’ll go through the Magento 2 payment methods, default and integrated. You will also learn everything about the configuration options to make sure you provide the best shopping experience for your customers.