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Contact Form 7 - Campaign Monitor Addon
[resolved] Custom Fields (6 posts)

  1. fujilives
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I just wanted to say I LOVE the plug-in and I hope you continue to maintain it as CF7 grows!

    The ability to use contact forms 7 so freely and create awesome emails, while simultaneously updating a campaign monitor list with everything "at a glance" is quite frankly, amazing!

    I've also combined it with the Database for Contact Form 7 just so I have records of entries should I ever need them.

    Thanks for getting back to me earlier! I sent you an email with the code for at-a-glance custom fields (which makes this plug-in absolutely awesome - after it's set up, I don't have to mess with any importing of custom field lists!), here's hoping you can clean it up a bit and implement it into future releases so I don't have to re-code it every time an update is released!

    The custom fields are super important, and something almost every plug-in for word-press lacks a smooth way to do. With them, you can use segmenting and break down a single list into multiple different views (for example, people who are only interested in the color Red, vs those with an interest in the color Yellow, without having to maintain separate forms and separate lists to track the data!).

    Thanks again, and you should know this is hands down the best idea for a mailing-list plug-in I've seen for WordPress, it's just awesome!

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/contact-form-7-campaignmonitor-addon/

  2. christian6
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Could you please post your solution that others user can implement the transfer of custom fields to campaign monitor?

  3. Jan
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hey Fujilives,

    I'm interested too in your solution to transfer customfields to campaignmonitor.
    Can you post it?

  4. joshuabettigole
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    Added

  5. RHemingway
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I also was interested in this solution, but still couldn't find one.

    Managed to figure it out in the end, turned out it was very straight forward but thought i'd add a guide anyway to my site for anyone else who needs one.

    Can be found here

    Love the plug in by the way, has so many possible uses!

  6. joshuabettigole
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    Thank you for the post. I've added "Update Documentation" to my To-Do list!

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