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What is the use of subscriptions? How can I keep track of payments made to subscriptions? What are the payment methods available for subscriptions? Is the Subscriptions module available in the Sales Professional edition? How can I install the Subscriptions module? What are the prerequisites required for subscriptions? How can I configure Autopay? Why should I configure retry rules? Is the Subscriptions module available by default? How can I make my subscription last forever? How can I configure retry rules in Subscriptions? What is a pause, suspend, and resume in Subscriptions? How can I send an activation link to a customer? How can I create a subscription? How can I add a subscription from a quote? Can I create a subscription from the Services module? How can I create a subscription on a bi-weekly basis? What is frequency and recurrence in Subscriptions? How can I add product or a service to a subscription? How can I add a section to a subscription? Can a subscription have multiple invoices? What happens when a transaction for a subscription fails? What happens when a transaction for a subscription is successful? How can I share a subscription? Can I generate an invoice from a subscription? How can I export a subscription record? How can I print a subscription? How can I change the template of a subscription? What is the use of One View in Subscriptions? What are transactions? Can I create a transaction to an invoice? Can I create a transaction with a payment? How will I know when a subscription is activated? When should I configure Autopay? Can I enable auto-payment without a payment gateway?
How can I activate a subscription?
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When you create a subscription, an email link is sent to the contact to provide their payment details and activate the subscription.Note: You can send the activation link to the customer by clicking the Send Activation Link button in the Summary View of a subscription record.
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