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Each Zap has one app as the trigger, where your information comes from and which causes one or more actions in other apps, where your data gets sent automatically.
You can now use Leadpages as a trigger for any Zap to send new leads to other services. Below, you’ll learn how to connect and send data to Zapier’s Leadpages beta integration.
The fine print
- You will need a Zapier account. If you are not already a Zapier customer, you can create a new account here: https://zapier.com/sign-up.
- Leadpages will be able to send data from text fields to your action app. Checkboxes, radio buttons, dropdown fields, and other custom fields from your email service provider will not pass data through Zapier to your action app.
- Zapier will connect to Drag & Drop forms. It will not connect to Standard Builder forms, Leaddigits, Leadlinks, or forms embedded using our HTML widget.
Integrate your Leadpages account
Head over to Zapier to integrate with your Leadpages account. You can find our beta integration by searching “Leadpages” in their list of integrations. There are a couple ways you can integrate, which are covered in Zapier’s article here: How to Connect a New Account to Zapier.
Create a Leadpage or Leadbox with a form widget
For help getting started with the form widget, follow our comprehensive article.
The Zap you create in Zapier will pull data directly from the form widget on your Leadpage. At this step, it’s helpful to rename your form so that it’s easy to locate inside of Zapier. Zapier will see your form name, not your page name.
Complete your form setup, adding the desired integrations and fields to your form. Then save and publish your page.
Zapier will be able to pull through information from the following fields:
- First Name
- Last Name
- Phone Number
- Street Address
- Zip Code
Make a Zap
- Back inside of Zapier, choose Make a Zap in the top right corner of your window. From your trigger app options, choose the most recent version of the Leadpages beta.
- Select New Form Submission as your action, then click Save + Continue.
- Select the Leadpages account you’d like to use (or connect a new account). Click Save + Continue. You’ll need your Leadpages login credentials for this step.
Choose your Leadpages form
- From the drop-down menu, select the form you created earlier in your Leadpage. If you’ve made changes recently, you may need to refresh your fields to see your form.
- Zapier will use a recent submission to your form to test the connection to Leadpages. Note that your form must have at least one submission to run a successful test. If you don’t have a recent form submission, opt in to your page to create one. Then click Fetch & Continue.
- You should see a Test Successful message with the option to view your submission. If you don’t, make sure that you selected the proper form and have a recent submission on that form. Then test again.
Connect your action app
Search for and select your action app. Your action app is where Zapier will send the data collected by Leadpages. Setup will differ for each action app. Zapier’s Knowledge Base is a great resource if you run into trouble on this step.
Test your Zap
Once you’ve configured your action app, check out your recap on the test page and select Send Test to [action app]. Then check your action app for success!
You can choose to re-test this step, or click finish.
Name and turn on your Zap
Give your Zap a name, then toggle it to on and you are all set!
Frequently asked questions
Can I manage Zaps from within Leadpages?
No, you’ll need to work in Zapier to set up and manage Zaps that integrate with Leadpages. However, a Zapier card will appear in your form settings in the “Integrations” tab.
Can Leadpages be used as an action app?
No. Our beta integration is a trigger-only integration. You will want to use a 3rd party for an action app, such as Google Sheets.
(Updated April 4, 2018)
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