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How to set up Form Abandonment

Form Abandonment permits the Administrator to store information that guests have provided, even if they have completed the form or not yet.

On the other hand, this feature helps Website visitors keep completing the rest of the Form without re-filling out all fields.

To sum up: all the filled input data will be also stored on both the front-end and dashboard.

Form abandonment is browser-saved data so the abandonment data will show up any time the user comes back using the same browser.

Form Abandonment can be applied for Elementor Form and PAFE Form Builder.

Tutorials

Step 1:

Create a simple form:  

Step 2:

Edit Submit Widget > Content Tab > PAFE Form Abandonment > click Enable.

Step 3:

After filling in the information, it will be automatically saved into Form Abandonment.

Step 4:

Go to the Dashboard > Piotnet Addons > Form Abandonment.  

You can check all the abandoned data or export them to a CSV file.

Your results:

Webhook Abandonment

Webhook Abandonment allows you to collect information about users who abandoned the form.
After the user left your form without submitting it, if you already set up Webhook Action, the information would be sent to the assigned address (Mailchimp, ActiveCampaign, etc.).

In order to use Webhook Abandonment, please enable webhook in PAFE Form Abandonment Section.

Enable Webhook Abandonment
  • Webhook URL: fill the URL which the Webhook would process data

Webhook Abandonment uses the “before unload” event to verify and validate the Abandoned Forms.

After triggering the Webhook Abandonment, form data would be sent via URL webhook in the following structure:

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Abandonment data structure
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