Using Payments Feature with recurring invoices to customers

Setting up a recurring invoice to customer and have payments set up. In the Recurring invoice template the Customer's Credit card information is entered. This Invoice gets sent say every month on the 1st for $50.

What will happen?

Will an invoice get emailed to the customer asking them to "Pay now"? If yes then what is the point of entering in CC info in the template?

Will the credit card get automatically charge and have a sales receipt emailed to the customer?

Will the customer receive an email asking to approve this charge and then the card gets charged without the customer having to enter in their Credit Card details?

Or something else? Just want to know the whole process.

Thank you!

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No, For Invoice lookup and setup you can refer to a number of visual videos on Youtube.
Or just speak with any of the customer helpline executive.

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