Ten Ways To Use Variables In Forms Pro

Using Variables in Forms Pro gives form creators a way to personalise surveys being sent to respondents. Since Forms Pro first came on the scene, variables have existed and could be added to a survey, but it was limited. Gradually we have seen more and more options added, with variables becoming increasingly more flexible. I’ve … Continue reading Ten Ways To Use Variables In Forms Pro

Passing Variables Through The Forms Pro Survey URL

I’ve written so much about variables in Forms Pro and what you can do with them. After a chat with Welly Lee, Head of Product for Forms Pro at Microsoft, he shared yet another way we can use variables to create personalised surveys, and pass hidden variables back through survey responses. In this post, we … Continue reading Passing Variables Through The Forms Pro Survey URL

Connecting Forms Pro Surveys Using Variables

I’ve written about using survey variables in Forms Pro to create a personalised experience for your clients. You can use variables in email templates, in the survey questions and sub-titles, and when embedding within a website. We can also use variables as hidden values, used specifically as a way to link surveys and their responses … Continue reading Connecting Forms Pro Surveys Using Variables

Extracting Survey Variables From Forms Pro Responses (Without Access To CDS)

Survey variables can be used in a Forms Pro survey to personalise forms, but also to pass information back and forth from the invitation to the response. When using these variables, they can be seen in a field named ‘Context Data’ in a survey response. If you have a license for Power Apps and can … Continue reading Extracting Survey Variables From Forms Pro Responses (Without Access To CDS)

Part 22 – Using Lookup Tables In Google Tag Manager To Analyse Data

In Part 21 we looked at using Google Tag Manager to track Events in Google Analytics. We used the example of tracking any outbound link on our website that was clicked on. Using ‘The UP Podcast‘ website as an example, let’s look at how we can track specific clicked links and display them with a … Continue reading Part 22 – Using Lookup Tables In Google Tag Manager To Analyse Data

Part 21 – Using Google Tag Manager To Track Events

In the Behaviour section in Google Analytics is an area for Events. Events are user interactions with content that can be measured independently from a web-page or a screen load. Downloads, link clicks, form submissions, and video plays are all examples of actions you might want to analyse as Events. Using Google Tag Manager, we can … Continue reading Part 21 – Using Google Tag Manager To Track Events

Part 6 – Using Google Tag Manager To Combine Your Tracking Code In One

Google Analytics has been around since 2005. Google Tag Manager was introduced in 2012. It provides webmasters and marketers with a way to quickly add, replace and modify code snippets in one place without needing access to the website code each time. So, we need to add the code for Google Analytics to track site … Continue reading Part 6 – Using Google Tag Manager To Combine Your Tracking Code In One