|SharpSpring enables you to map native forms on your website.
The form mapping tool can be used to pull in data from existing forms on your site and send that information into SharpSpring.
This article details how to track multiple native forms on a single page of your site.
Obtaining New Native Form Embed Codes
|To obtain native form embed codes when creating new forms, do the following:
Obtaining Existing Native Form Embed Codes
To obtain an embed code from a created native form, do the following:
Editing the Embed Code
To edit embed code for form tracking, do the following:
Note: SharpSpring offers Professional Services to assist with custom coding.
In the code, your form ID can be whatever you choose. It only needs to be appropriately matched within the script. Having this ID is necessary to map and track multiple native forms on a single page.
Mapping Forms Using a Single Embed Code
You can map multiple forms using a single embed code. To map multiple forms, do the following:
Mapping Forms Using Multiple Embed Codes
You can map multiple native forms by using multiple embed codes.
Inserting Edited Code for Mapping
To map tracked native forms, do the following:
- Edit an embed code to either serve as one code or multiple codes.
- Copy the entire edited code block.
- Paste the code before the closing
</body>tag on the page where the native forms live.
- Fill out the form information independently for each form.
- Confirm the form information has been delivered to SharpSpring.
- Map your fields.