• Resolved sprocker

    (@sprocker)


    Hi,

    I would like to be able to include the page the form was submitted on in the emails that is sent through.

    I tried changing the New Lead content to

    Form Submitted: [url]
    [lead]

    but this just gets me the domain only – anything after the / is not included.

    How can I record the page title or the full URL?

    Thanks

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  • Plugin Author upi

    (@upi)

    HI,
    I’m afraid that’s how UPI works .
    try and include HTTP referer, and also – you can use the UTM mechanism for additional tagging.

    Thank you for your suggestions – but the HTTP Referrer is just showing just https://www.google.co.uk/ – again no parameters.

    Contact Form 7 is able to record the Page Title by using [_post_title]

    Is there no way to include this in the email that is generated by your plugin?

    Can you explain what you mean by “use the UTM mechanism for additional tagging”

    As I am sure you are aware, it is important to establish what pages inspire the client to contact the company so we really need to record the page the client was on when they completed the form.

    Any help appreciated.

    Thanks

    Plugin Author upi

    (@upi)

    hi
    couple of things – you can use “Lead source” in order to populate data using automated leads management mechanism – for example – create rule –

    if form name equals 999 then Lead source == “http://domain/page1

    I hope we understand your need and that this will help

    thanks
    Uri

    Plugin Author upi

    (@upi)

    also – you can use http referrer as the source for auto lead management rules to assign values to the page.
    thanks
    Uri

    http referrer is just storing https://www.google.co.uk/ so is not showing what page the form was submitted on.

    I really don’t want to create and then have to manage 30 forms+ to ensure there is one form per page – so no, I don’t feel using a rule is the solution.

    I have had to disable the email from your plugin and just use the ones from Contact Form 7 as they are able to give me the page the form was submitted on using [_post_title] in the message body.

    I urge you to look at including [_post_title] in your variables….knowing what page inspired the client to contact you us a very important part of optimising your website.

    Thanks

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