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Have you discussed with them directly?
Hi Josh. Plugin support is no good. I thought maybe you could give us a hand here.
We have a MKTO Wordpress connector wherein you can use the Gravity forms to get all the data using the API. Drop a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can chat in detail.
Activating a campaign for use with Gravity Forms is rather straightforward; for your Smart List, you simply need to set a trigger for Campaign is Requested and source as Web Service API.
Thanks Courtney. One more question, how do I set a trigger for Campaign is Requested and source as Web Service API?
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Sorry for the delay--it's been a busy couple of days here. :)
In terms of setting up a trigger campaign to run with Gravity Forms, you're going to want to select the "Campaign is Requested" trigger (the lightning bolt-arrow-esque icon):
When you drag the trigger over, you'll see three examples on the drop-down; you're going to want "Web Service API".
So, in a lot of ways, it's like setting up a form trigger from a default Marketo form. You'll need to put something in your flow step (for this example, I literally just put a wait step) in order to be able to activate it and see it from the Gravity Forms-Marketo connector. You can always change it later to whatever actions you need.
When you go back to your "Marketo Feeds" setting in Gravity Forms, you'll see the option to add the trigger campaign you created:
From there, simply map your Marketo fields to your Gravity fields. If you need to use non-standard fields that you've created, you'll need those fields' API names.