Can I capture image attachments in my form? How do I create a two-column form? Can I limit the number of submissions for my form? I get asked these questions a lot from Pardot users and see them posted frequently in the Trailblazer Community. Let’s dive into these questions as well as other common Pardot form questions.
Date stamping can be used in Salesforce to record the date or date/time when a particular field is changed. This is used frequently for capturing the date the lead entered a particular stage or when a lead was first actioned. These fields can be used in reports and dashboards. Let’s dive into how to set this up and some example use cases.
The Salesforce Spring ’20 release is quickly approaching and soon you’ll be able to take advantage of exciting new features and functionality. Here is a recap of 8 of my favorite features in the release, assigning tasks to a queue, group permission sets, before-save updates in flows and more.
The 2nd part of the form customization series is finally here! In part 1, I showed you how to implement the popular floating label technique and how to create searchable, user-friendly dropdowns. In this post, I will show you how to create a conversational, paragraph-style form and how to create a form on a single line.
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- 1 How to Use Pardot Form Handlers 50 Comments
- 2 How to Add Placeholder Text Within Pardot Forms 50 Comments
- 3 The Best Way to Create a 2 Column Pardot Form 48 Comments
- 4 How To Use UTM Parameters to Capture Lead Source in Pardot 45 Comments