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This module provides an integration with the Stripe Managed Accounts feature from Stripe Connect, so you can build a payment platform, allowing your users to have an affiliated Stripe account and receive payments using the Stripe APIs, under your platform control.
The module includes a submodule Stripe Managed Accounts User that easily integrates a Stripe Managed Account with a Drupal user.
If you are using Drupal Commerce and more than one payment method, the top payment method automatically becomes the default. The user may submit to the payment stage without mentally making the decision of which method to choose.
Normally this is fine, but if you have some conditional fields involved, or some legal reason to FORCE the user to select a payment method this module is for you!
The unilevel plan is one of the leading Multi level Marketing plan. This plan is very helpful to increase the sales of a product. A distributor may have 'n' number of sub distributors and top distributed will get the profile share if a sub-distributor completes a sale. Plan, commission level, commission percentage are configurable.
Commerce Product Queue will be used to get Commerce products in a queue. User will have the ability to adjust and change the order of products in Commerce Product queue. This can be further used with views to set order according to Commerce Product Queue.
This module adds order shipment notifications to Commerce Shipment. It provides an order-based email that can be sent automatically with a rules event that triggers when an order's shipping numbers have been updated or changed.
It creates a rule for sending the message, a default message type, and a view that shows the tracking numbers on the order.
Commerce Cart Link provides a new field formatter for Add to Cart fields attached to Commerce products and product displays.
By using a link instead of a form element such as a button, performance and caching can be improved, and instances where a store admin wants to provide a way for users to buy a product without invoking the full Form API may find cart links a better alternative.