Consumer | Business


Widgets are two things: a front-end UI, and a configuration.

For example, a vehicle parts retailer may employ two widgets:

Widget #1: Public Service Discounts

  • Pre-Verification enables Military and First Responder
  • Post-Verification release a discount code to the customer
  • Installation provides HTML for installing a page to host the discount, linked from the footer

Customers find the verification page, verify and receive their discount code. This is the most standard and simplest integration for retailers. However, not all businesses are retailers, and some retailers may need to go further:

Widget #2: Pro Program

  • Pre-Verification enables a Automotive Mechanic only
  • Post-Verification tags the customer account as verified
  • Advanced→Status is set to Private

After verification, the business applies discounts automatically for verified Automotive Mechanics. Setting the Status to Private ensures only customers verifying from their internal customer account are able to complete verification.


What happens before verification: a simple Display Message to Applicants, along with who (Eligible Communities) can complete verification. Learn more about Pre-Verification.


Determine the Action which occurs after a positive verification. This varies by business and use-case. Businesses can release discount codes (common for retailers) or select Custom for a customized experience. Learn more about Post-Verification.


Businesses can direct Applicants to their verification Widgets in a variety of ways. Ultimately, all Applicants arrive at a verification URL. VerifyPass provides several methods to direct Applicants to Widgets as quickly as possible. Learn more about Installation.


Every business should test their Widget(s) prior to going live. Learn more about Testing.


Take more control of your Widgets in ways which are not typical for most businesses. Learn more about Advanced.