Setting goals based on embedded form choice submissions

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NicoleJ
HubSpot Employee

I'm curious to know how we can set goals in GA based on the choices a person chooses on a HubSpot embedded form. When we go in Google Tag Manager, the form doesn't give off any elements that allow us to track which option they chose (therefore making it where we can't create any goals around it).

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tjoyce
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Recognized Expert | Platinum Partner

@NicoleJ  - You would use the global form events  `onFormSubmitted` event and within that function you could read the form fields that were chosen and trigger a custom google event and pass those submission fields.

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TiphaineCuisset
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Hi @NicoleJ 

 

Thank you for reaching out.

 

I want to tag some of our experts on this  - @tjoyce  @himanshurauthan @Mike_Eastwood do you have any thoughts for @NicoleJ on this? 

 

Thank you!

Best

Tiphaine


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himanshurauthan
Recognized Expert | Platinum Partner

Hello @NicoleJ,

 

As per me, you can go with the form submission trigger which is discussed here, and then, when the form will get submitted you can check the form fields that the user has chosen while submitting the form. Then, trigger a custom Google event and pass these chosen form fields while submission.

 

Hope this will help you out!

 

Best regards,

Digital Marketing & Inbound Expert In Growth Hacking Technology
tjoyce
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Thank you for rewording my solution @himanshurauthan - If you find my solution has helped you find your solution, please mark my solution as solved.

 

Thanks

tjoyce
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Recognized Expert | Platinum Partner

@NicoleJ  - You would use the global form events  `onFormSubmitted` event and within that function you could read the form fields that were chosen and trigger a custom google event and pass those submission fields.

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