Ah, that sweet summer breeze, golden beaches, and delightful product updates!
You can now add Belvo's PSE payment solution to your Shopify account in Colombia! For more information, just check our Shopify Colombia (PSE) documentation.
And for Brazil, you can now add Belvo's OFPI payment solution to your VTEX store - pretty awesome, right? For more information, just check our VTEX Brazil (OFPI) documentation.
We expanded our optimized PSE payment flow to include Nequi, joining Bancolombia and Banco de Bogotá. Now, making payments via our payment widget is quicker and simpler for your users with Nequi accounts.
Our payment widget just got smarter!! Now, the widget will remember the last bank account used by your user so that the next time they want to make a payment, their account will be pre-selected. This not only simplifies the payment process but also boosts conversion rates.
When creating a customer, we added input validation to ensure that your users provide the right ID number format given the ID type for payments using Colombia's PSE network.
When listing payment intents, you can now:
updated_atto filter results within a given time frame
orderingto order the results by most recently updated (in ascending or descending order)
searchto filter your results by a given description.
For more information, check out our List Payment Intents API documentation.
We're focusing heavily on making sure that you have complete control over how long Belvo stores user data. That's why we've created a new
stale_in parameter that indicates after how many days Belvo should automatically remove data for a link. Read up on this new field in our Data Retention Controls article.
For our OFDA product, we added the following fields for credit card transactions to give you better clarity regarding which closed bill the transaction appears on:
bill_name- The name of the bill that the transaction appears on.
bill_due_date- The date when the closed bill is due to be paid.
bill_internal_identification- The institutions internal ID for the bill.
For more information, just check the response documentation for our Transactions resource.
We added support for adding your own custom deep-link URL for our Widget for Webviews, allowing you to receive webhook events at the URL of your choice. Check out our Widget for Webviews article for the details!
When creating OFDA links using our widget, you can now add the URLs your user will be redirected to after completing the process. For more information, read our OFDA widget token configuration documentation.
Our team has been hard at work analyzing and improving SAT information to enhance your experience (there are some interesting improvements coming!).
This month, we discovered that for business tax returns filed after 2022, the fields
conciliacion_entre_resultado_contable_fiscal are no longer returned and improved our data retrieval process. We updated our documentation to make sure that you know why these fields might be returning
We've removed support for the Balances resource. You can still retrieve balance information for your link by using the Accounts resource.
We have transitioned to limited maintenance mode for our SDKs and will no longer provide updates for new features. Essential security updates will continue to be provided until December 31, 2023.
After this date, our SDKs will be archived and no further updates will be released (however, you will still be able to download them). While you are welcome to continue using the code please note that you will be solely responsible for managing and implementing any required security patches or updates.
Want to upload your own data and have Belvo identify your user's recurring expenses? Well it couldn't be easier with our EYOD Recurring Expenses product. Just provide a list of transactions, and Belvo will analyze whether your user has any recurring payments. Check out the details in our EYOD Recurring Expenses documentation.
Our new Data retention controls article breaks down how you can manage data retention at both link and resource levels, helping you make more informed decisions. If you have any more questions, just let us know using the Feedback button on the right!
We also updated our error documentation with the errors you can receive while using the
We've put together an essential guide on Brazil's Open Finance network limits, helping you understand how often you can retrieve data and how to manage those limits easily.
Previously, when you created a link you were limited to set the
credentials_storage to a set period of days. Now, you can choose any value between
365d. You can read up on the details in our Data Retention control article.
We've improved our transaction status categorization and with that, we've also updated our docs to reflect what possible statuses a transaction can have:
This is a small one, but we finally added an example JSON payload for Receivable accounts. Now you know exactly what you can expect when requesting details for the account.
For credit card account numbers in OFDA, we return a concatenated string of one or more credit card numbers. We forgot to add that in our documentation, but now that's solved!
We're always brushing up on typos and improving descriptions, but these are the main ones that you should keep in mind.
- Query parameter serialization
_inquery parameters, they query parameter would be inserted for each item you added (for example:
?amount_range=5,10). We fixed that and now they query parameters are added correctly.
- List Transactions missing required
In a recent update to our documentation, we accidentally marked the
linkquery parameter as optional. However, thanks to our users, we updated the documentation to show that this field is indeed required when listing transactions.
- Missing employments-records webhook
We forgot to publish the webhook you receive for employment record historical updates. But now, it's right here in our shiny DevPortal.