By integrating the Google Analytics with FormGet, you can easily collect user’s data and track form visits & leads conversion.

While developing the forms, you should be aware of your form’s stats with relevant questions like:

  • How many people are visiting your forms?
  • How long they are staying at your forms?
  • How many people are leaving the website immediately?
  • How many pages they’re visiting in a session?

And,

FormGet Forms allows you to track all these stats & data by Google analytics integration.

You just need to feed Google Analytics Id and start tracking the results of your forms via Google Analytics Extension.

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Benefits Of Analysis & Tracking With FormGet:

  • Tracking forms help you to analyze the on page behavior of visitors on your form.
  • You can track the location and number of sessions rate increases in your forms.
  • You can also get to know for which browser your forms are more optimized.

By tracking & analysis these stats, you will be able to know whether your form is substantial enough for your business or not.


How to setup Google Analytics

  1. Go to your Google Analytics account (https://analytics.google.com/analytics/web/). Copy your Tracking Id from Admin -> Tracking Info -> Tracking Code.

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2. Paste this tracking ID in Google Analytics Section.


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Now your Google Analytics Integration is ready!. You can see real-time visitors on your form in Google Analytics dashboard.


Events

FormGet offers custom Google Analytics Event for user’s action. Below is the event that is supported by FormGet

formSubmission: This triggers when the form is successfully submitted.

To gain most of the insights you might have to setup Goals for FormGet events.


How to setup Event Goals

1. Go to your Google Analytics account (https://analytics.google.com/analytics/web/). Go to Admin -> Goals.

2. Click on “+ New Goal”.


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Then, fill up the Goal details.

    • Goal Setup: Select Custom and continue.

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    • Goal Description: Specify your Goal Name and select Event.

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    • Goal Details: Enter the following Event details.

            Category: ‘FormGet:XXXXX’

Whereas, XXXXX is your 5 digit Form ID. Get this ID from your Share URL.


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Action: ‘formSubmission’

Label: ‘Form title’. (Title of the Form that you’ve given)

           Now click on “Verify this Goal” and Save.


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Track Success/Redirected Page

If you want to track your success page after redirection. Then, that page must contain a Google Analytics tracking script in <head> tag. If you already have this tracking script then replace your existing code with the new code given below.

Existing Code:


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New Code:



How to setup Destination Goal

  1. Go to your Google Analytics account (https://analytics.google.com/analytics/web/). Go to Admin -> Goals.
  2. Click on “+ New Goal
    • Goal Setup: Select Custom and continue.
    • Goal Description: Specify your Goal Name and select Destination.
    • Goal Details: Set Destination -> Equals to -> In the input field type "/redirect-<Form ID> ". You can get this unique ID from your Form URL.

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    • Enable the Funnel Switch and enter your first step name. Now copy the active page URL shown in Realtime -> Overview and paste it in the Screen/Page.
    • Now add another step. In this you have to enter your destination details. Give it a name you want to and enter the destination URL [same as you give in the Destination above].

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Now finally you can see your real-time visitors, Goal hits, and form submissions on your FormGet form.


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