The example below displays the steps in MailChimp. However, you can use any Email Marketing Service Integration that allows hidden fields.
Step by Step Guide:
Step 1: Create a new hidden field for your form.
In your MailChimp list, create a new custom field. Call it “Source,” for example.
In these steps from MailChimp, scroll down to the section titled “Add and Delete Fields in the List Settings.”
Step 2: Make the field hidden and un-required.
Un-check the “Visible” and the “Required” options for that field.
Step 3: Reload your lists.
In your Leadpage or Leadbox, reload your MailChimp lists.
In the Drag & Drop Builder, click “Done” and let the ellipses load.
In the Standard Builder, click “Reload.”
Step 4: Go to the Advanced options for the form fields.
In the Drag & Drop Builder, click the small down-arrow to the right of your field.
In the Standard Builder, click Show advanced options….
Step 5: Click on the “Source” field in your form field selection.
In the Standard Builder, make sure the custom hidden field is selected with a check mark.
Step 6: Set the Default Value to the name of your Leadpage or Leadbox.
In the Drag & Drop Builder, make sure to select the hidden field checkbox and name the default value.
In the Standard Builder, name the default value and click “Okay.”
Step 7: Save your changes.
Now, when leads are added, the value in their “Source” field will show where they were added from.
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