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HebaHamed
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disable WPJO form submissions from being collected

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I need to disable only WPJO's (WP Job Opening plugin) form submissions from being collected to HubSpot CRM, 

any Idea how to do this? 
I saw this answer but could not apply it as I don't have access to WPJO  source code to apply this solution, 
https://community.hubspot.com/t5/Lead-Capture-Tools/Ignore-a-specific-non-Hubspot-form-from-being-co...

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TomM2
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disable WPJO form submissions from being collected

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Hey @HebaHamed non-HubSpot forms is very much an "all or nothing" tool, when enabled it will run on any web pages you have with the HubSpot tracking code on them, it will then scan those pages for any forms and scrape any non-sensitive information to send to HubSpot. Due to the nature of this it's not possible to tell it to ignore specific forms, it will just blindly attempt to capture anything it can. 

I would generally always advise against using non-HubSpot forms as a long term solution due to the limitations of it and the lack of control over what is captured. I'd always recomend using HubSpot forms on your site or integrating your forms with HubSpot (through the API or a prebuilt integration) which would give you full control over what's captured. 

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TomM2
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Key Advisor | Partner

disable WPJO form submissions from being collected

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Hey @HebaHamed non-HubSpot forms is very much an "all or nothing" tool, when enabled it will run on any web pages you have with the HubSpot tracking code on them, it will then scan those pages for any forms and scrape any non-sensitive information to send to HubSpot. Due to the nature of this it's not possible to tell it to ignore specific forms, it will just blindly attempt to capture anything it can. 

I would generally always advise against using non-HubSpot forms as a long term solution due to the limitations of it and the lack of control over what is captured. I'd always recomend using HubSpot forms on your site or integrating your forms with HubSpot (through the API or a prebuilt integration) which would give you full control over what's captured. 

Tom Mahon
HubSpot Expert | Digital Marketing Specialist | Community Champion
HubSpark

Book a meeting

Did my post help answer your query? Help the community (and me) by marking it as a solution.