While in the Landing Pages list, click on the name of the desired page and select Integrations -> Form Integrations:
If you have already connected your GetResponse account to Instapage, you will see it here and you can select it. Otherwise, you will see this screen and you can go to the main Integrations Dashboard to connect.
On the menu on the left side of the dashboard, click on the name of the workspace you want, Workspace Settings - Integrations, and look for the Get Response Integration.
You can generate the API key by going to Tools - Integrations and API - API or by clicking here: https://d.pr/LDR0eM.
Our direct integration is using the API of GetResponse and in order to correctly connect your GetResponse account, you need to be the GetResponse account owner or a team member/user with API permissions.
Sign in and connect the account. This step is done once per workspace. When you have connected the account, come back to the slideout menu for the page you want to integrate with GetResponse and continue with the steps below.
NOTE: Only one account can be connected at a time, even if you have the option of adding more accounts to the list.
On the next step, you can choose the list you want to send the leads to;
Now, you have to map your Instapage fields to the GetResponse fields. After you map all the fields from Instapage, click Continue;
Make sure all the GetResponse fields marked with an asterisk (*) are mapped in order for the integration to work.
If you map a field with the [None] option, the data submitted in that field will not be sent to GetResponse.
The Auto Generate option will create a text field inside your integration.
If you map an Instapage field with a field from your CRM side that has predefined options/values, then the field from Instapage side must have those exact same predefined options/values, and it is recommended for the fields from both sides to be of the same type.
Note that the default predefined "First name" and "Last name" fields from GetResponse are not available through their API, so it is not possible to map them. As a workaround, you can create custom fields and name them "firstname1" and "firstname2", for example.
And that’s it. If you went through all the steps, you should see this confirmation message. Click on Finish, then save and update your page.
You can check the leads that are received in your Get Response account by going to Contacts and clicking on the name of the list.
Note: While we try to keep all of our instructional articles that involve third-party services up to date, sometimes they make changes to their platform of which we are not aware, and, as a consequence, the user interface may differ from the provided screenshots.
- The integration only works on the live URL. It can not be tested on the preview mode. When testing on the live URL, make sure that your browser is not displaying an older cached version.
- Make sure to test the integration with different addresses because if you submit the form multiple times with the same email address the integration will flag the email as spam.
- Always test your integration with real email addresses as some systems recognize fake emails.
- All fields need to have a label/name in order for the integration to work. Please do not leave the label empty or with just space characters. You can pick the 'hide label' option for some field types.