Support » Plugin: Moo Elements » Fetch Custom Fields from Moosend

  • Resolved Achim Kirchmeier

    (@kirchmeier)


    Hi + thank you for this plugin! 🙂

    I’ve got a question: Would it be possible to fetch custom fields from Moosend and include them in Elementor? They are needed for Automations etc.

    Best regards!
    Achim

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  • Plugin Author Jose Sotelo

    (@josesotelocohen)

    Hello Achim!

    My pleasure, I’m glad that it’s helping you (partially).

    So, I’m not sure that that’s possible, but I think that I could add another field to allow you to add your own custom fields, but you would have to remember them, without the fetching part.

    Will look deeper into that and keep you posted!

    Thanks.

    Great, that already helps a lot! In my case there are 2 custom fields, but others might have other needs 🙂
    Thank you very much + thanks for letting me know about your progress 🙂
    Best Achim

    Plugin Author Jose Sotelo

    (@josesotelocohen)

    Hello @kirchmeier

    Just released the latest version with custom fields feature.

    Please, try it out and let me know if it works as expected.

    You need to add them like this: customfield=value,custom2=value2

    No spaces and separate them with commas.

    Looking forward to your feedback.

    Cheers!

    Hi @josesotelocohen,

    Thank you! I’ll try this out and answer right here.

    One more question: Where do i get in Moosend the flield-ids for email and name? Seems there are no id’s…
    See Screenshot here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1qGVQH7pXETmT5oGD-BRpNLVjb4-5rzGz/view?usp=sharing

    Best regards!
    Achim

    Plugin Author Jose Sotelo

    (@josesotelocohen)

    @kirchmeier they don’t need as they are matched by the field name, that’s in the back-end as required.

    What you need to do is set the ID for the FORM FIELD in the Elementor Form Widget.

    The only ID that you need to get from Moosend is the List ID and the API one.

    Makes sense?

    Bests!

    Plugin Author Jose Sotelo

    (@josesotelocohen)

    I see that my previous answer wasn’t clear enough.

    Each field that you create has and ID in Elementor Form Widget, so you need to map that ID with the Email and Name fields in the Moosend options inside the widget.

    By default they are name and email, in that case you just put it like this:

    Name: name
    Email: email.

    If you are using other IDs for some reason you would need to change them to:

    Name: ID1.
    Email: ID2.

    Hope this is clearer

    Plugin Author Jose Sotelo

    (@josesotelocohen)

    Because the main point of this ticket was the custom fields feature, which is working now, I will mark this post as resolved.

    Feel free to reach out again at any time.

    Cheers!

    Plugin Author Jose Sotelo

    (@josesotelocohen)

    @kirchmeier Hello!

    Just released a new version with more advanced options for custom fields.

    Take a look and let me know what do you think.

    Cheers!

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