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  • Resolved Luc

    (@lull)


    I am trying to find out how (or if possible) to have in Caldera’s stats (entries) for a form, the url, the title of the page from which the form is sent. A form is included in full page with a different recipient each time, and I’m looking at which page generates the most or how much sending. Alternatively, have the mail recipient in the entries, and / or know how many messages receives that particular recipient.
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    • This topic was modified 3 years, 6 months ago by Luc.
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  • Plugin Author Josh Pollock

    (@shelob9)

    Thanks for using Caldera Forms.

    There is a {current_url} magic tag you can use that to record the current URL by placing a hidden field using that magic tag as the field’s value. Then you could query the entry values table for that field and count how many times each URL shows up.

    See: https://calderaforms.com/doc/using-magic-tags-caldera-forms/

    If you need help implementing this, please open a support ticket at https://calderaforms.com/support

    Hi Josh, thanks a lot for your help.

    I did what you advise me. That’s great! I just want now that the person who receives the mail doesn’t see the url in the mail. Is it Possible?
    This is in the {summary} loop. How to exclude this field in mail ?

    Thank you

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 6 months ago by Luc.

    In thinking, I found :), just replace {summary} by {user: first_name} {user: last_name} {user: user_email} …
    I just miss the loop for the content of the message. What is this loop?

    {user: first_name} {user: last_name} {user: user_email} are not the good loop… Can tell me how to replace {summary} by some specific field please ?

    Yes I have found it’s :
    %first_name%
    %last_name%
    %email_address%
    %comments_questions%

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