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How to schedule payments in the Paysera app?

How much do you rely on your memory? Trying to remember family birthdays? Convinced you will never forget anniversaries? How about deadlines to pay bills? Rent? Loans and leasings? Don’t strain your memory over thoughts about money – schedule payments in the Paysera app and let yourself forget things that don't really matter!

Schedule in-app payments

You can schedule all kinds of payments to be made from your account every month, week, or even daily. Log in to the Paysera app, tap on Transfers in the bottom menu, then – Recurring Payments.

Create a new recurring payment by tapping on the plus sign, choose the payment type (for example 'Bank transfer'), set the period of recurrence (for example 'Monthly'), pick the exact day of the month, and enter the recipient details and the sum of the transfer.

You can edit the recurring payment or stop and delete it any time you like.


Alternatively – templates for faster payments

However, if you are somewhat cautious about scheduling payments in advance and want to be in control of that final Send button – try out payment templates.

You can save templates for frequent payments, so any time you need to make them – they are easy to find and require only a review and a confirmation.

To create a template, log in to the Paysera app and tap on Transfers. At the top, choose to create a new template. Give it a name and add recipient details and a frequently used transfer sum. After that’s done – complete the template. No transfer will be made yet – your template will simply be saved for future use and can be found and edited any time by going to Transfers.

You can rearrange templates to have the most frequent ones at the front if needed.

Alternatively, you can find a recently made transfer in your transfer history, tap on it, and choose to save it as a template.


Scheduled payments, aka Recurring payments, are not only a convenient tool to manage your money, but can also help you to avoid arrears when payments are late. Make it a habit to pay your bills on time right when they are received as a first step towards saving money or managing it more responsibly.