Currency Switcher Module by ShopEngine enables customers to switch to different Currencies while shopping on an eCommerce website. You can add as many currency options as you like with this module.
Let’s check out the steps of how you can use the Currency Switcher module:
You need to enable the module before you can access the settings. To enable the module
Note: You can also enable all the modules at the same time. Check out how you can turn on all the modules at once.
Currency Switcher has many settings lets go through one by one:
Turn this option on to update different currency values automatically.
Set how frequently you want the currency to update. You must give the numbers in hours only.
Turn this option to show the currency list (symbol) in the dropdown menu in the front end.
ShopEngine leverages 2 API providers to update the currency rate; Fixer API and Currency Freaks API. You can choose either of these two.
Select the default currency that will appear when someone first lands on your website.
Once you Sign up for any of the Currency Freaks packages, you will get an API credential, use that value here.
Sign up for any of the Fixer packages, you will get an API credential, you will get an API credential.
Note: You do not need to sign up for both the API, just one is enough. And the API will update the currency rate automatically.
You will find all the saved currency lists. You can add new currency using step 3.
To edit any of the currency information,
To delete any of the currencies click on the X button.
To add a new currency, click on the + Add New button and provide the following information.
After inserting all the data, click Save Changes.
You need to add the Currency Switcher Widget in the front end of the website to leverage the functionality of this module. Check out the how-to add the currency switcher module.Note: If any Payment Gateways is disabled for some Currency, then that gateway will not show up on the checkout page for that currency.
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