A guide on how to integrate Stripe with Plecto.

Last updated: July 27, 2022

For each data type you add, Plecto will create one data source and list it under Data management > Data sources. You can currently import the following data types from Stripe to Plecto:

  • Balance Transactions
  • Charges
  • Customers
  • Disputes
  • Free Details
  • Invoice Lines
  • Invoices
  • Payment Intents
  • Refunds
Technical details

Visit our Stripe integration page to find more detailed information about the available data types, data update frequency, custom field support, and more.

  1. Go to Data managementData sources > + New data source > Stripe.
  2. Click Next and log in to your Stripe account.
  3. Click Approve to give Plecto access to your Stripe data.
  4. Select the data types you want to import to Plecto.
  5. (Optional) Expand the Advanced settings to change the data source title, default date field used in formulas, or other settings. You can access the settings also after you've created the data source.
  6. Click Next to continue and import your data.

In some cases, Plecto imports some sample data from Stripe along with your real data – whether that happens depends on your Stripe setup. If so, you can filter the registrations in your data source to only see your actual, real data. You will also have to filter it out when building formulas.

To see what data is sample data, you need to update the fields in your data source and check if there appears a field called Livemode. Follow the instructions in this article to update your data source fields.

  • If the Livemode field value says True, it means that it's your actual data.
  • If the Livemode field value says False, it means that it's a sample registration.

To see your actual data, click on the Filter icon in the top-right corner, then add a filter to the Livemode field so that it only displays registrations where the Livemode value is True.

Stripe Data Source
Start building your dashboards and KPIs

Go to Visualization > Dashboards > + New dashboard and start building your Stripe KPIs. For more help, go to Create a Dashboard or How to Build a Formula.

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