Marketing Integrations

LKrueger
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Forms on Landing Pages

lösung

I set-up a form which is pretty massive since the "dropdown select" would only allow one selection I choose "Multiple Checkbox", which means I now have endless lists of tickboxes which does not look very nice and might turn people of if they see the form. One Idea is to split the form on more than on page, but the qestion here is how would the system know to which contact it belongs if the email would only be entred at the beginning on the first page of the form, it would not make much sense to have the contact enter their email address on each page again. Are there any other options of have this form nicely looking. Kind of Typeform would be perfect ;-).

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Olivia_Bagnall
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Ratgeber/-in | Platinum Partner
Ratgeber/-in | Platinum Partner

Forms on Landing Pages

lösung

@LKrueger 

Before checking out our paid integration you could also see how this can be achieved using your HS forms. 

You could create seperate forms and embed each on a page. The submit buttom from form 1 would lead to page 2 with form 2 and so on.  .. 

The email field would only need to be on form 1 since cookies would allow the other forms to know exactly what contact is filling them out. 

The downsides here are: 
1) Obvious page reload when 'next' button is clicked. 
2) Reporting would need to incude multiple reports. 

However, if your budget is tight then this could be a viable workaround 👍

Olivia Bagnall
Platinum HubSpot Partner | HubSpot Specialist | Community Champion
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Olivia_Bagnall
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Ratgeber/-in | Platinum Partner
Ratgeber/-in | Platinum Partner

Forms on Landing Pages

lösung

@LKrueger 

Before checking out our paid integration you could also see how this can be achieved using your HS forms. 

You could create seperate forms and embed each on a page. The submit buttom from form 1 would lead to page 2 with form 2 and so on.  .. 

The email field would only need to be on form 1 since cookies would allow the other forms to know exactly what contact is filling them out. 

The downsides here are: 
1) Obvious page reload when 'next' button is clicked. 
2) Reporting would need to incude multiple reports. 

However, if your budget is tight then this could be a viable workaround 👍

Olivia Bagnall
Platinum HubSpot Partner | HubSpot Specialist | Community Champion
BA°SKEY

Book a meeting

If you need further help with anything, please don't hesitate to book a call above


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LKrueger
Mitglied

Forms on Landing Pages

lösung

Thanks Olivia

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GRajput
Autorität | Platinum Partner
Autorität | Platinum Partner

Forms on Landing Pages

lösung

Hi @LKrueger 

Using a custom form builder -
There are a number of third-party form builders that offer multi-page forms with contact persistence. You can use one of these builders to create your form and then embed it on your HubSpot pages.
This method will give you more flexibility, but it will also require you to pay for a third-party service.
In addition to these workarounds, there are a few other things you can do to improve the user experience of your form:
  • Use a progressive profiling strategy to only ask for the information you need at each stage of the form.
  • Use clear and concise labels for your form fields.
  • Use a visually appealing design for your form.
  • Test your form on multiple devices to make sure it works well on all screen sizes.

 

Hope this will helps you out. Please mark it as Solution Accepted & Upvote to help other Community member.
Thanks!




Gaurav Rajput
Director, MarTech( Growth Natives)

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LKrueger
Mitglied

Forms on Landing Pages

lösung

Thanks Gaurav,

 

so somthing like WPForms, it seems there is an integration with Hubspot and all the data from the form would be transmitted to Hubspot?

 

Thanks,

Lars