Mine too. Yet I've found some clients shiver about fully hidden forms (even though the lead has obviously clicked a submit button in another form). It seems to be based on superstition rather than actual policy. I understand it and yet... I don't. I usually wrap the loadForm() in another function called sendFormData() or similar because then the optics are little better.
Sorry, we're using the Forms 2 method in Drupal but something is wrong because the information is all coming in correctly but the Fills Out Form trigger in my Smart Campaign is not firing so the emails and other actions are not being taken.
Do we need to send the lead source as a hidden field in order to make the trigger fire off? We are already sending the form ID using the Form2 Handler.
If the trigger is on Filled Out Form activities you don't need any other triggers. You might want to constrain the trigger to just this form, but if you put an unconstrained trigger -- try it now -- you will catch these fillouts. If you don't, it means you have some kind of additional filter or constraint.
Yes, the trigger is Filled Out Form and I'm using with Form Name the webpage constraint.
Then in the flow, it's supposed to change the Program Status and then kick off the email but that's not happening.
Just checking but something I've often forgot about in testing - it's hardly a simple as the setting in the schedule to allow leads through the flow every time?
Thanks Cathy, I do have that activated and set to run through every time but good idea to check.
I'm wondering if I need to reset the whole thing some how since I've made changes and tested quite a bit. I guess to reset I'd just delete the Fills Out Form trigger and start over?
Just to close the loop.....I think we figured this out and now have it working. For the Smart List, we used the 'Lead Is Created' trigger and used the Lead Source as the constraint, and the 'Fills Out Form' trigger and used the form name as the constraint. Then I selected 'Use ANY filters' so we could catch new leads or updated existing ones.