Add Google Analytics pageviews in Gravity Forms Text Confirmations and Multipage forms.
When using Gravity Forms and Google Analytics you want to measure conversion rates of forms. When working with AJAX and Gravity Forms a lot of it isn't visible in a report in GA. Thats where this plugin comes in.
When using a Page as Confirmation you can track that pretty easy in GA. The page has a unique URL. You want to use Text as Confirmation because you don't want visitors to leave the page the form is on. When you choose Text as Confirmation in Gravity Forms you can't measure that in Google Analytics by default.
So you want to use an extra Pageview that we can track in Google Analytics. This plugin makes that really easy for you. You don't need any coding experience to get it working. Just make sure you have a working Google Analytics script on your website.
The plugin supports Old notation (ga.js) and Universal Analytics (analytics.js). It only displays input fields for forms from Gravity Forms that have the radio button Text selected. Page and Redirects forms are shown but you can't add the extra URL.
There are situations when you want to use multipage forms in Gravity Forms. Or multistep forms. By default you don't know how far in the process visitors used the form. Or if they abandon your website in step 3. You can never know. Until now! With this plugin you can add custom URL's to use for every page. In Google Analytics you can setup your funnels this way and have better insights where visitors have problems.
There is a fallback when you don't add custom URL's so you will always measure your pages.
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Requires: 3.0.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.3.5
Last Updated: 8 months ago
Active Installs: 400+
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