How to Add the Autoresponder Code to Your Form
You can automatically send emails to leads at certain time or after specific events by sending autoresponder emails.
If you already have an email marketing service account, you can easily add the autoresponder code of your mailing list the forms you build with Thrive Leads.
1. Copying the Autoresponder Code
First of all, you need to find the autoresponder code by logging into the email marketing service where your mailing list is.
This example is from MailChimp.com - you can find the code under "Embedded Form Code". Select the whole code and copy it:
2. Adding the Code to the Form
Now that you have copied the autoresponder code, go to Thrive Leads Dashboars and choose the form you want to add your autoresponder code. Go to the visual editor mode.
On the form, click on the fields area to visualise the Lead Generation options:
The options will show right up, on the editor. Choose the "Connect with Service" option:
A new window will pop up, showing up the active API Connections. What you need to do is look for the button that says "Switch to HTML Integration":
Then, simply paste the previously copied autoresponder code into this box and then click on the green "Continue" button:
Click on "Continue", and the autoresponder will be added to your form!
3. Bring Extra Changes to Your Fields
If you want to bring any extra modifications to the field of your autoresponder form, you can click on "Edit Form Elements":
Moving forward, all you need to do is click on a field and you will have multiple options available on the sidebar. However, be careful not to modify essential changes that you have made on your autoresponder website, such as "Required" fields.
Don't forget to check out this article as well, in order to find out more about how the fields customization works: How to Create Horizontal Forms with the Lead Generation Element.
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