4 Replies Latest reply on Nov 14, 2018 12:20 AM by Sanford Whiteman

    Use one url to track two responses

    Frank Oprel

      Hi all, I would like to add a poll functionality to one of our emails. The poll is simple:

       

      Did you like our event?

      Yes  |  No

       

      If people click one of the buttons (Yes or No), I would like to direct them to the same landing page, where they can elaborate on their answer. Yet, I want to track their initial answer (Yes or No). For this, I want to use link-tracking that looks something like this:

       

      If clicked Yes --> https://www.company.com/landingpage?feedback=pos

      If clicked No --> https://www.company.com/landingpage?feedback=neg

       

      However, when I create a simple Smart List to provide an overview of the different responses, it seems very unreliable. Is there a reliable way to make this happen? I don't want to work with two separate landing pages preferably.