Two page form - The first form sends the user an email if they did not complete the second form


#1

Hi Unbouncers

Does anyone have any ideas on how this could be done

I have a form that works over two landing pages

Page 1 collects email, name, telephone

Page 2 collects address, work history, etc

Now what I would like to do is this

If a user does not fill out the second pages form within a specified time frame…

They automatically receive an email encouraging them to fill out part 2 of the form

I am happy to use, Mailchimp, Zapier or anything like this

If I cannot find a solution I will just have to create a bot to do it

But there must already be a solution?

Thanks in advance for any advice.


#2

Vincent,

Can you share the link to the page(s)? I think there is a way to do this with Mailchimp. I’m running through the steps in my head before I write a full reply. But you can trigger email sends based on a time decay. I just need to think about the trigger for the action. I have done something similar, but it was all on one page. 

Have you considered Formstack? I think they have this functionality built in.

Joe


#3

Vincent,

Are you trying to get them to fill out both page 1 and page 2 during their initial visit to the landing page? Or is it more like… They fill out page 1, you capture the info, and email them a link to page 2 after a delay?

If it is the latter, you can do this with most marketing automation platforms. I use ActiveCampaign, and with their system, you could just email them the link to page 2, and wait a while, and if they didn’t click on the link and fill out the form, you could automatically send them a reminder email. On the backend this would be handled with tags.


#4

Joe

Here are the pages 

http://www.reallyeasycarcredit.com/-4/?utm_source=ignore

http://www.reallyeasycarcredit.com/details-1/?utm_source=ignore

I think if Mailchimp has the time delay this would be the easiest solution.

So it would trigger if say 5 hours has been since the initial conversion and they have not completed the form on the second page.

Nicholas

I would like the user to complete all stages in one visit ideally

But if they do not complete, encourage them to complete stage two with an email

Thanks

Vinny :slight_smile:
 


#5

Hi is there anyone on the forum who can help with this?

This type of process is possible with Shopify and Mailchimp http://kb.mailchimp.com/automation/create-an-abandoned-cart-workflow

But it would be awesome if it is possible with Unbounce