Friendly Automate

Description

The Friendly Automate WordPress Plugin injects the Friendly Automate tracking script and images into your WordPress website. Your Friendly Automate instance will be able to track information about your visitors like what pages they visit and what content they’re interested in. You can also insert Friendly Automate’s dynamic content inside your website using different shortcodes, as well as integrate with Elementor.

Key features

  • Easy setup on WordPress. You don’t have to edit your source code, go through complex tutorials, or hire an expensive expert.
  • Get detailed analytics. You can see the content that users are engaging with and interested in.
  • Simple content embedding. Add your forms or dynamic content to your WordPress site with a single shortcode.

Configuration

Once installed, the plugin will appear in your plugin list:

  1. Enable it.
  2. Go to the Settings -> Friendly Automate and set your Friendly Automate URL.

You can also customize where you want to insert the tracking script location on your website. Feel free to leave this as the default option.

Usage

Friendly Automate Forms

To load a Friendly Automate Form to your WordPress page or post, insert this shortcode to the place you want the form to appear:

[friendly type="form" id="1"]

Replace “1” with the form ID you want to load. To get the ID of the form, go to your Friendly Automate account, open the form detail and look at the URL. The ID is right there. For example in this URL: http://yourfriendlysite.com/s/forms/view/3 the ID is 3.

Friendly Automate Dynamic Content

To load dynamic content into your WordPress content, insert this shortcode where you’d like it to appear:

[friendly type="content" slot="slot_name"]Default content to display in case of error or unknown contact.[/friendly]

Replace the “slot_name” with the slot name you’d like to load. This corresponds to the slot name you defined when building your campaign and adding the “Request Dynamic Content” contact decision.

Elementor Integration

Using Elementor Forms to collect your leads? Check out our video guide on how to integrate Friendly Automate with Elementor: https://docs.friendly.ch/Integrate-Friendly-Automate-with-Elementor-Form-4cf8d07f78a140a5a4f246587e2525ee

Friendly Automate Tracking Script

Tracking script works right after you finish the configuration steps. That means it will insert the mtc.js script from your Friendly Automate instance. You can check HTML source code (CTRL + U) of your WordPress website to make sure the plugin works. You should be able to find something like this:

html
<script>
    (function(w,d,t,u,n,a,m){w['MauticTrackingObject']=n;
        w[n]=w[n]||function(){(w[n].q=w[n].q||[]).push(arguments)},a=d.createElement(t),
        m=d.getElementsByTagName(t)[0];a.async=1;a.src=u;m.parentNode.insertBefore(a,m)
    })(window,document,'script','http://yourfriendlysite.com/mtc.js','mt');

    friendlyautomate_send();
</script>

Screenshots

  • The WordPress settings page for Friendly Automate

  • Adding a shortcode to a post or page

  • Integrating Friendly Automate with Elementor

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Contributors & Developers

“Friendly Automate” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

1.0.1

  • Improved readme for extra clarity and added better pictures

The Friendly Automate plugin is based on the WP Mautic plugin by Mautic. While we have added on to the plugin, removed some bugs, and made it more accessible to our clients, we could not be here without Mautic. Please consider getting involved and contributing to the Mautic project.