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If you’re looking to generate leads on your WordPress site, the Form widget in Elementor Pro makes it easy to create front-end forms to collect as much or as little information as needed from your leads.
Once you’ve done that, though, you need a way to organize and manage those leads after they’ve submitted your form.
The Form widget gives you plenty of options — you can connect directly to several email marketing/CRM services, or you can use Zapier to connect to the thousands of apps that are available on Zapier.
In this post, I’m going to show you how to connect Elementor to one specific app using Zapier – Google Sheets.
Google Sheets is a super simple (and free) way to manage leads. Plus, because most of us are familiar with working on spreadsheets, it’s easy to get up and running, and you’ll feel right at home when managing your leads.
Keep reading for a step-by-step guide on how to connect Elementor to Google Sheets to automatically add new leads as rows in your spreadsheet.
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