1. Mailchimp integration doesn't work (regardless of I.N. assurances).
2. It is excruciating to actually get any support. You'd think that with something as important as lead management that support would be prompt and competent —it has been neither in my experience.
3. Leads database has stopped working after latest update (and yes, I followed the prompt to update the database —I guess I shouldn't have)
I'll be transitioning over to another lead management system when I have the time to do the work of exporting my lead list, loading and setting up the new plugin and populating the database. I'm expecting I'll have to manually migrate the database one lead at a time; as it's too much to expect any automated features will work.
Seems them Conversions Form is not posting to leads list.
When this plugin is enabled, CF7 does two bad things when the user submits a contact form by pressing the button: it fires a second submission after the first successful submission, which immediately results in a failure message from CF7. And this plugin seems to result in CF7 keeping all of the user entered fields like name and email address "remembered" even when the user closes the browser and re-opens it later. You guys screwed things with a recent update because this never happened before. I disabled Leads and CF7 operates correctly.
These people are not serious. The idea behind is nice, and in some versions you will have some benefit of it. But then they will come up with a new version, hardly tested, which deletes some previous features or even worse, has not been tested on compatibilities and even blocking the visual editor as it is the case for their latest version. Try it if you want, but don't rely on it for your business.
We are using the latest version of WordPress, 3.9.1 that is. Wherever we have a div.divider in our code, this plugin automatically adds a top border of 1px to that element!
This spoils the website's design and functionality. We are not aware of any other issues this plugin has, and there may be several. But, would really appreciate if the developers could fix this, and we'll revise our ratings.
I left another comment on WordPress Landing Pages.
After activating WordPress Landing Pages, I was told I needed to download and activate WordPress Leads. Immediately after activation, my website went blank -- white screen. I deleted the plugin using filezilla, and now my site is back up.
Might be from having a multisite, not sure.
I had the same issue where I installed wordpress leads because it was a requirement of the landing pages plugin. Once installed, I could not search for new plugins, I could not update my existing plugins, I could not install new plugins. Once I uninstalled wordpress leads, everything returned back to normal.
After installing WordPress leads I was unable to search for any other new plugins. I got an error message 500 server unexpected error. I uninstalled WordPress Leads and new plugins search worked again.
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