The Page List

Your dashboard is the place where you can create a new page, manage existing pages, manage your account, manage workspaces and team members, as well as view your audit log and check on your billing information.

1. Creating a new page

To create a new page, just click the button on the left and you'll be presented with several options. See the article linked above for more detailed instructions.


2. Creating a new group

If you want to group your landing pages into folders, click the Create a group button.


Then you can move a page into the new folder by clicking the three dots next to it, selecting the Add to group option, then choosing the group from the list.



3. Managing your existing pages

You can manage your existing pages by clicking on the same three dots next to a page, which will present you will several possible actions. See the dedicated article for details.

4. Viewing leads

You can view the leads generated by one of your pages by clicking the small icon next to it.


5. Managing your account

You can click on the profile icon in the top right corner to see your profile, grant or revoke domain access, check your audit log or your billing information.


6. Workspaces

You can switch between the workspaces you are working on by clicking the workspace name in the bottom left corner and selecting the one you want from the left-side menu.


7. Team members

Clicking on Team members on the left side menu will present you with the page to manage the team members of the workspace you are currently working on.


This is how the page looks like:


Clicking the Add team member button will open a pop-up where you can enter the email of the person you want to invite and set their permission level. Here's more about team members permissions.


8. The Analytics Dashboard


In the analytics dashboard, you can see how your page is performing and adjust the settings for your A/B split tests. See the dedicated article for more details. 

9. Integrations


Here you can get your CMS token for publishing on WordPress or Drupal, you connect to analytics platforms or to various CRMs with which you can integrate your forms.