Set Up External Form Tracking

This feature is included in the Form Tracking plan. Use our help article to see or change your pricing.

If you have an existing form outside of CallRail, you can set up external form tracking so you can capture and follow up with customers as soon as they submit a form to your website. To track forms with CallRail, you'll need to enable form tracking and install the JavaScript Snippet. Read this article for more information on getting started with form tracking: Form Tracking Basics.

External Form Providers

External form tracking is compatible with many form providers, including:

- Gravity Forms
- Formidable
- Unbounce
- Instapage
- Contact Form 7
- HubSpot Forms
- DiViBuilder
- WP Forms
- ASPnet
- MailChimp
- SalesForce
- Elementor
- Caldera Forms
- MailChimp for Wordpress
- AWeber
- Drupal

However, it is currently unavailable for some providers, such as Typeform, and for forms hosted in an iFrame or on a URL separate from where the swap script is installed. If you’re uncertain if your form provider is compatible with external form tracking, please contact support. If your current form provider is not supported but you wish to track form submissions with CallRail, consider creating a custom form.

Enable External Form Tracking

Before you can start tracking external forms, you must enable external form tracking in your CallRail account. Use these instructions to enable external form tracking.

  1. Click the Settings icon on the left navigation bar.

  2. Choose the company where you’d like to track external forms.

  3. Choose External Forms from the Forms & Chats header on the left.

  4. Slide the toggle ON to enable external form tracking.

Track Existing Forms 

Each company in your account has its own setup for external form tracking. Use these instructions for each company where you'd like to track a form you've created outside of CallRail.

  1. Click the Settings icon on the left navigation bar.

  2. Choose the company where you’d like to track forms.

  3. Choose External Forms from the Forms & Chats header on the left.

  4. Choose to capture forms on all pages, or choose to capture forms on only certain pages. For each page, you’d like to track, click + Add Page. Be sure to include the domain for the URLs you enter here (for example, you'll want to enter "example.com/contact" instead of "/contact").

  5. Decide if you'd like to exclude form submissions from certain sources from capture. Form submissions can be captured from all visitors, visitors from PPC searches or visitors sourced from Google Ads. 

  6. If there are certain fields in your form where you don’t want to collect information, you can add "Ignored Fields" to your settings. This will prevent these fields from showing in your CallRail reports and in any alert you receive. Click + Add Field and enter the fields you'd like to exclude.

  7. Click Save to start tracking existing forms on your website.

FAQs

Why aren’t my forms showing in CallRail?

You can use this help article to troubleshoot your external form tracking setup. 

Can I block certain form submissions?

Unfortunately, we can’t block specific email or IP addresses from submitting forms. To help prevent spam, we suggest adding a reCaptcha to your form. 

Adding reCAPTCHA to an HTML-Only Form.

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