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  • ildruido99

    (@ildruido99)


    It works but.. it produce 2 different action, ‘Sent’ and ‘Mail Sent’. The problem is that in the GA Goals you can set only one of them so you must set 2 different goal for the same action.. how can fix that?

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  • Plugin Author macbookandrew

    (@macbookandrew)

    Hi @ildruido99,

    Thanks for the review. At some point, I’ll add the ability to only fire the one event. For now, can you just set a goal for “Mail Sent” and ignore the “Sent” action?

    ildruido99

    (@ildruido99)

    But in this way I loose 40% of the actions..
    At moment I set 2 different goal, with action “Mail Sent” and another one “Sent”
    I m not expert with regex, but in GA you can set a regex that say Contain–>Sent but I don-t kwnw how do that
    what is the difference between this 2 events?

    • This reply was modified 1 year ago by ildruido99.
    • This reply was modified 1 year ago by ildruido99.
    Plugin Author macbookandrew

    (@macbookandrew)

    @ildruido99 I just released v1.8.0 of this plugin with options to disable any of the events individually.

    ildruido99

    (@ildruido99)

    Thanks andrew!
    just to understand: if occours the event ‘sent’ I receive the contact or not?

    Plugin Author macbookandrew

    (@macbookandrew)

    “Sent” only means that the form was submitted.
    “Mail Sent” means that Contact Form 7 and WordPress successfully sent the email configured in the form. It does not verify that the email was actually delivered, and there’s no way for Contact Form 7 to do that. See their documentation for more information.

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