The Advanced Form Integration plugin allows to integrate many popular WordPress forms with ConvertKit. When a user fills a form on your website, the plugin will send the data to your ConvertKit account and create a subscriber to sequence.
Create Contact, Subscribe to Sequences & Forms (Basic Fields)
Create Contact, Subscribe to Sequences & Forms (Custom Fields) Pro
How To Setup
Before start, you are required to authorize your ConvertKit account on the plugin settings page.
Go to AFI > Settings > General and you will find all the supported platforms listed there. Mark ConvertKit and hit the Save Changes button at the bottom.
Now find the ConvertKit tab at the top of the settings page click on that, You will be taken to the ConvertKit settings page, where you are to provide API Key then click on Save Changes button. (How to find api key is instructed in ConvertKit settings page)
Create New Integration
After the authentication part completed you can start creating new integration. Click on Add New under the AFI menu, New Integration page will appear.
A default title will be auto-generated with an auto incremental number. You can rename it to something related to the task. It will help you to quickly recognize the correct one if multiple integrations are created.
Select the sender form in the Form Provider dropdown. For example, Contact Form 7 or Gravity Form, or the Elementor Pro Form which you want to connect. After selecting the form provider, all forms built under that will be fetched and auto-populated in the Form/Task Name dropdown. Select the form that you want to integrate.
Select ConvertKit in Platform dropdown. If you are using pro version you will get another option ConvertKit[PRO] there select it. Then select Subscribe to Sequence in the Task dropdown.
Available Sequence and Form will be auto-populated in the list drop-down. You must select any one of this two or you can Select the desired one for each. At ConvertKit[PRO] one more field will be available name Tags. All the tags will be available at that dropdown. Select desired one. You will find ConvertKit Email and name fields on the left side and form fields dropdown on the right. This form field dropdown will contain the field titles of the form you selected in the trigger area. Map Email, Name fields that you want. For pro version you will find Custom Fields. Use key=value format, example: Age=25. For multiple fields use pipe, example: Age=25|Country=USA (without space) to add custom field.
Finally, click the Save Integration button and you are done. Now you can start testing.
After the integration is made, when users fill up the form and submit it, the plugin initiates the process of sending data to the configured platform. It also saves a log that includes what data it tried to send, and what it got in response from that platform. So if you find an integration is not working, your first task is to check the logs. Go to AFI > Log menu and check the recent logs.
Please check the documentation on Conditional Logic.