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Integrate Marketing Free Lead Flows with Google Analytics

Add the ability to track events (submissions) with the marketing free lead flows to trigger Google Analytics.

25 Replies
creatego
New Contributor

Yes! Please...

This will help to learn from what website lead come and where to invest more.

Mateusz
New Contributor

Please, just add "id" attribute to the Lead Form <form> element. This way it can be easily identified and targeted using GTM.

HubSpot Product Team
HubSpot Product Team

Thanks for your feedback everyone, we believe that there's definitely value in introducing this to lead flows. @Mateusz if possible would you be able to share some documentation for the 'ID' attribute support in GA? 

 

Sharing additional feedback from our legacy feedback forum with 42 votes here.

troelsfeodor
Top Contributor

This is very important for us. We've been able to "hack" a way to track regular hubspot form submissions via Google Tag Manager (https://integrate.hubspot.com/t/help-with-gtm-trigger-firing-on-the-meeting-form-submit/2874/6?u=tro...), but cannot make this work with Lead Flows.

HubSpot Product Team
HubSpot Product Team
updated to: In Planning
 
Mateusz
New Contributor

Hey @Shay, we use Google Tag Manager and it GTM it is possible to set up a trigger when a form with a given form id is submitted:

https://support.google.com/tagmanager/answer/6106961?hl=en&ref_topic=3441647#FormSubmit

 

After that the trigger can be used to send an event to Google Analytics.

Syeda
New Contributor

Hey guys, so has HubSpot come up with anything to allow tracking Leadin Popup Forms submissions in Google Analytics Goals? Or, shall we use @Mateusz suggestion of adding "id" attribute to the Lead Form <form> element? Syeda 

Mateusz
New Contributor

@Syeda, to use the solution with "id" Hubspot would have to add the id to the form first. At the moment the Lead Forms have no ids.

tracyhuman
New Contributor

 hi hubspot. 

any idea when this will be out of planning and into deployed? 

rickm
Regular Contributor

Another strong vote for this one....we really need to be able to track these in Google Analytics.  Absent that, we may need to move to a 3rd party tool that has this integration.  Please add this!