Set up your website
Create your landing page
Get started now with our set up flow
Using the website builder
Customize the look and feel of your website
Preview (.xyz) websites
Customize your website
Create your podcast website in under 5 minutes
It’s all about your brand: adding your logos and branding colors
Customizing your Website Footer
Customizing your Website Menu
Set up your custom domain
Upload and sell your content
Set up products and access permissions
The four types of access - free, gated, paid, secret
Setting up a Paid Product
Setting up a Secret Space
Collect email addresses in return for free content access
Getting all your content in one place!
Quickly post a piece of content on the go
Start by uploading your files in one go
Creating Your Content - Curating with SupaPass Sections & Lists
Importing your podcast from an existing RSS feed
Tips to creating a gorgeous intuitive discovery journey for your audience
Creating YouTube content
Importing your blog from an existing RSS feed
Bulk uploading your content
Importing individual podcast episodes
Add podcast episodes to other lists
Find Your Uploaded Files: How to Search Successfully
Link Stripe and add pricing
Link your stores
Set up Stripe to collect payments directly on your website
Creating Pricing Plans for your Paid Products
Comments and Community
Growth for your success
Promotional codes, discounts, and unique invitation links
Integrating your mailing list and CRM with SupaPass
Integrate with Sendinblue
Connecting SupaPass to Sendinblue
Add New Contact Zap for Sendinblue
Update User Zap for Sendinblue
New Subscription Zap for Sendinblue
End Subscription Zap for Sendinblue
Delete Users from Sendinblue
Connecting Zapier to SupaPass
What data can I send via Zapier?
Automating common tasks through Zapier
Connect your contact form to your CRM
Connect SupaPass to ConvertKit
Integrating with analytics tools
Google Tag Manager
Connect Google Analytics to SupaPass
Connect Facebook Pixel to your SupaPass website
View and export your data
Automatic Notifications When Publishing New Content
Create your Store accounts for your apps
Checklist: Building Your Apps - Start to Finish
What accounts do I need to setup to get the ball rolling?
Registering for the Apple Developer program
Registering for the Google Play Store
Registering for Firebase
Getting your apps built, submitted and approved in the app stores
- Control your SupaPass Admin Dashboard
- Getting your apps built, submitted and approved in the app stores
- Link to your Google Play Store
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Before linking your Google Play Store
The process of linking the android app is a bit lengthier than linking your Apple account.
First, follow this Google Support article to create a Payments Profile for your Google Play Store account.
Once you've made and linked a Google Payments Profile, please follow the instructions below to configure your store account to allow your SupaPass App to collect In-App Payments.
Linking your Google Play Store
- Login to the Google Play Store console as the account owner - https://play.google.com/apps/publish/
- Click 'Settings' on the left-hand side, then 'Developer Account'. Then click 'API Access'.
- If you scroll down you should see a section titled 'Service Accounts'. Click the 'Create New Service Account' button. This will pop up a box.
- Click the link to the 'Google Cloud Platform'. It should open a new window.
- If a box appears on this new window, select your country and accept the Terms of service. At the top on the blue tab there should be a drop-down menu to select your project. By default, it should already have selected 'Google Play Android Developer'.
- On the left-side scrolling menu, click 'Service accounts'
- Click '+ Create service account' at the top.
- The Service account name should be: GooglePlayPaymentVerification.
Service account id should be auto-filled to be googleplaypaymentverification@SOMETHING.gserviceaccount.com - where the 'SOMETHING' is will be some account reference. Please note this entire service account id email, it will be needed below.
You can leave the Service Account Description empty.
- In section 2 'Grant this service account access to project (optional)' please select the role of 'Service Account User'
- Skip section 3 'Grant users access to this service account (optional)' and click Done
- You should be taken back to the Service Accounts table where you should see the GooglePlayPaymentVerification entry listed. On the right, there is an 'Actions' column with a 3-dot icon. Click the icon. You should see a box pop up with 'Create key', click it and another box will open.
- In the bottom right of the 'Create a private key for ‘GooglePlayPaymentVerification’' box, click 'Create'. This will download a file ending in .json to your computer. Please send us this file then delete it. Click 'Done'.
- Return to the 'API access' page of the Google Play Store console. If the box is still onscreen press 'Done' and the page will refresh.
- Go to Users and Permissions on the left of the Google Play Store Console page. Then click 'Invite new user'. For the email address please enter the service account id that you noted earlier, beginning with 'googleplaypaymentverification@'... In the 'Account Permissions' tab tick only 'View app information and 'View financial data'. Click 'Send invitation'
- Please send the .json file that was downloaded as part of service account creation to email@example.com and then delete it.
Excellent - you made it! Apologies that this one is a rather lengthy process but having your own app will be worth it! If you have any questions please contact us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can help to make this as easy as possible for you. Thank you!