Do you know how many users to your form actually finishes and submits the form? Without tracking the success rate, you can’t improve your form for better conversion.
In this post, I will show you how to add Google analytics to your form and how to track the conversion rate.
Simfatic Forms Custom Code Box
The custom code option in Simfatic Forms allows you to put any type of custom code in your form page. This opens many opportunities to customize your form.
To get to the Custom code box, go to the ‘Draw the form’ page. Under the ‘Standard’ tab, there is a ‘Custom code’ button.
You can copy and paste the Google analytics tracking code to Form Page Only-> Footer section. (where to get the google analytics code? see here )
Goals allow you to track the number of users who completed the form. When the user has submitted the form, Simfatic Forms displays the “Thank You” page.
“Thank You” page URL
We can track the goal completion using the “Thank you” page URL. One of the easiest way to track goal completion is to use the thank you page URL as the goal completion in Analytics’ goal setting.
You have to have a thank you page where the user is redirected after the form submission.
Then Use that URL in the Goal setting:
Remember you need to have the analytics code in your Thank you page as well.
Generated “Thank You” page
If you are using the generated “Thank You” page, you can track the goal completion here as well. (the second option in Simfatic Forms “Thank you” page step)
In this case, we have to embed a slightly modified version of the analytics code in the “Thank you” page.
Press The editor button and then select the source tab.
In the analytics tracking code, search for _trackPageview and replace the line with updated code:
give any meaningful URL instead of /forms/courseform/thankyou
Save and re-upload the form.
Now, put the same URL in your analytics goal setting.
Advanced Ecommerce Tracking
In Simfatic Forms, you can get any form element value in the “Thank you” page. For example, if you need the value of calculation field ‘total’, put %total% in the thank you page. You can use those values in the custom tracking code. For example:
'%_sfm_unique_id_%', // transaction ID
'CoursePrep', // affiliation or store name
'%total%', // total
'0', // tax
'0', // shipping
'%city%', // city
'%state%', // state or province
'%country%' // country