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Stripe

Stripe is an online payment processing platform that enables businesses to accept payments over the internet. Its purpose is to provide a secure, efficient, and reliable payment gateway, allowing businesses to handle transactions seamlessly and support various payment methods, including credit cards and digital wallets. Stripe offers various automation features, such as subscription billing, recurring payments, and fraud detection, which help businesses automate the process of managing their payment workflows and providing a smooth payment experience for customers. This automation is particularly valuable for e-commerce businesses, subscription services, and online marketplaces, as it automates tasks like payment processing, invoice generation, and handling disputes, ultimately streamlining financial operations and reducing manual effort. With Stripe's automation capabilities, businesses can focus on growing their ventures, knowing that their payment processes are secure, compliant, and optimized for customer convenience, enhancing overall user satisfaction and business success.

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Actions

Action components allow you to perform operations on the app.

Cancel a Payment Intent

Cancel a payment intent. Once canceled, no additional charges will be made by the payment intent and any operations on the payment intent will fail with an error. For payment intents with status=requires_capture, the remaining amount_capturable will automatically be refunded. See the docs for more information

Cancel Or Reverse a Payout

Cancel or reverse a payout. A payout can be canceled only if it has not yet been paid out. A payout can be reversed only if it has already been paid out. Funds will be refunded to your available balance. See the docs for more information

Capture a Payment Intent

Capture the funds of an existing uncaptured payment intent. See the docs for more information

Confirm a Payment Intent

Confirm that your customer intends to pay with current or provided payment method. Upon confirmation, Stripe will attempt to initiate a payment. See the docs for more information

Create a Customer

Create a customer. See the docs for more information

Create Invoice

Create an invoice. See the docs for more information

Create a Payment Intent

Create a payment intent. Seethe docs for more information

Create a Payout

Send funds to your own bank account. Your Stripe balance must be able to cover the payout amount, or you'll receive an 'Insufficient Funds' error. See the docs for more information

Create a Refund

Creating a new refund will refund a charge that has previously been created but not yet refunded. Funds will be refunded to the credit or debit card that was originally charged. You can optionally refund only part of a charge. You can do so multiple times, until the entire charge has been refunded. Once entirely refunded, a charge can't be refunded again. See the docs for more information

Create Subscription

Create a subscription. See docs here

Create a Usage Record

With metered billing, you charge your customers based on their consumption of your service during the billing cycle, instead of explicitly setting quantities. Use this action to create a usage record for metered billing. See the docs for more information

Delete a Customer

Delete a customer. See the docs for more information

Delete Or Void Invoice

Delete a draft invoice, or void a non-draft or subscription invoice. See the docs for more information

Finalize Draft Invoice

Finalize a draft invoice. See the docs for more information

List Balance History

Returns the last 100 transactions that have contributed to the Stripe account balance (e.g., charges, transfers, and so forth). The transactions are returned in sorted order, with the most recent transactions appearing first. See the docs for more information

List Customers

Find or list customers. See the docs for more information

List Invoices

Find or list invoices. See the docs for more information

List Payment Intents

Retrieves a list of payment intent that were previously created. See the docs for more information

List Payouts

Find or list payouts. See the docs for more information

List Refunds

Find or list refunds. See the docs for more information

Retrieve a Refund

Retrieves the details of an existing refund. See the docs for more information

Retrieve an Invoice

Retrieves the details of an existing invoice. See the docs for more information

Retrieve the Current Balance

Retrieves the current account balance, based on the authentication that was used to make the request. See the docs for more information

Retrieve Checkout Session Line Items

Given a checkout session ID, retrieve the line items. See the docs

Retrieve a Checkout Session

A Checkout Session represents your customer's session as they pay for one-time purchases or subscriptions through Stripe Checkout. See the docs for more information

Retrieve a Customer

Retrieves the details of an existing customer. See the docs for more information

Retrieve a Payment Intent

Retrieves the details of a payment intent that was previously created. See the docs for more information

Retrieve a Payout

Retrieves the details of an existing payout. See the docs for more information

Retrieve a Price

Retrieves the details of an existing product price. See the docs for more information

Retrieve Product

Retrieve a product by ID. See the docs

Update a Customer

Update a customer. See the docs for more information

Update a Payment Intent

Update a payment intent. See the docs for more information

Update a Payout

Update the metadata on a payout. See the docs for more information

Update a Refund

Update the metadata on a refund. See the docs for more information

Write Off Invoice

Mark an invoice as uncollectible. See the docs for more information