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rodericks
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Workflow Re-enrollment based on forms

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Hey all,

 

I'm looking for some help on the following:


We have different lead forms on our website, all which can be used by a potential lead one or multiple times. There are three categories:

1. Brochures

2. Quote

3. Contact Forms

 

We would like to do the following:

1.  First, if not already, rotate to team member. 

2. Based on the categorie of the form, do multiple stuff.

 

When I add an if / this branch, based on the categories, it works fine the first time. However, the second time a lead fills a form, regardless of the form the lead fills, the workflow choses the the branch it was when the first time. 

 

See below. From the third pictures (Step 😎 the workflow always choses the branch that it was the first time. Is there anything I can do to prevent that?

 

 

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karstenkoehler
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Workflow Re-enrollment based on forms

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Hi @rodericks,

 

That's expected behavior. In your if/then branch, you're checking whether a contact submitted a specific form. Let's say, a contact submits form A the first time. The branch checks whether the contact submitted form A. They did. (Branches are always checked left to right.) The contact comes back and submits form B. The branch checks whether the contact submitted form A. While the last submission was B, it's still true. The contact did indeed submit form A, only earlier.

 

Your way out of this is the Recent conversion property. It's the last form the contact submitted. This is formatted as the name of the page the form was submitted on, followed by a colon, then the name of the submitted form (i.e., Name of page: Name of form).

 

Instead of branching on different form submission, create your branches based on "Recent conversion contains any of [Name of form]". That should do the trick.

 

Best regards!

Karsten Köhler
Digital Marketer | HubSpot Freelancer | CRM Consultant

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rodericks
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Workflow Re-enrollment based on forms

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Thanks Karsten for the fast respond and correct respond. Even Hubspot support themselves didn't know that 🙂

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karstenkoehler
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Workflow Re-enrollment based on forms

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Hi @rodericks,

 

That's expected behavior. In your if/then branch, you're checking whether a contact submitted a specific form. Let's say, a contact submits form A the first time. The branch checks whether the contact submitted form A. They did. (Branches are always checked left to right.) The contact comes back and submits form B. The branch checks whether the contact submitted form A. While the last submission was B, it's still true. The contact did indeed submit form A, only earlier.

 

Your way out of this is the Recent conversion property. It's the last form the contact submitted. This is formatted as the name of the page the form was submitted on, followed by a colon, then the name of the submitted form (i.e., Name of page: Name of form).

 

Instead of branching on different form submission, create your branches based on "Recent conversion contains any of [Name of form]". That should do the trick.

 

Best regards!

Karsten Köhler
Digital Marketer | HubSpot Freelancer | CRM Consultant

Beratungstermin mit Karsten vereinbaren


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