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This tutorial will show you how to collect leads from other domains and centralize them within your FluentCRM dashboard
For this purpose, we will use Fluent Forms webhook integration. But if you want, you can use any other plugin that supports outgoing webhooks.
From your FluentCRM dashboard, navigate to the settings tab and select Incoming Web Hooks. From there, click the Create WebHook button.
Give a name for your webhook and select the lists and tags you want to assign to contacts through the webhook integration. Based on your preference, you can also set the contact Status.
*Note: It is recommended to set up opt-in confirmation before sending marketing emails to your contacts. So if you haven’t acquired subscription confirmation from your contacts, you need to set contact status to Pending so that FluentCRM can send an opt-in email to your contacts.
Click Create to save the webhook. Upon creating the webhook, FluentCRM will automatically map the contact fields and show you the details. You can also add or change the selected list, tags, or status here.
Close the pop-up to get you your webhook request URL. To copy the URL, simply click the copy button we’ve shown below. If you want to change the webhook configuration or delete it, you can also do it here.
At first, enable the webhook module in Fluent Forms. Go to Fluent Forms>Integrations and enable the WebHooks module.
*Note: This may vary between form plugins. In order to enable the webhook module on the form plugin you’re using, please check your form documentation.
Create a subscription form. Here you can see a basic subscription form we’ve created using Fluent Forms. However, we haven’t configured any integration for this form yet.
In Fluent Forms, go to Settings and Integrations>Webhook and click Add New.
Click the Add New button, and you’ll see the webhook integration menu:
This is where you need to create the integration feed. Here’s how you need to configure the integration feed:
You can leave the rest as they are.
Once you’re done configuring the webhook feed, click Create WebHook Feed.
In order to map webhook data, FluentCRM provides you with prefix keys of the contact field data you store. You can find these prefix keys in the incoming webhook feed you created in FluentCRM:
Let’s add a Country field in our subscription form first and go back to editing the webhook integration feed.
In order to map fields with FluentCRM, choose Selected Fields in the Request Body. Then you need to map the fields with prefix keys provided by FluentCRM. Here’s how our field mapping looks like:
Click Update WebHook Feed, and your form data will be mapped within FluentCRM.
*Note: Field mapping may work differently on other form plugins. Most form plugins allow prefix/parameter key mapping. So look for that on your form plugin to properly map fields.
In this way, you can create as many WebHooks as required and collect leads from various domains using this feature.
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