Overview

The advanced Form Integration plugin allows you to integrate WPForms with Mailjet. When a user fills out a form on your website, the plugin will send the relevant data to your Mailjet account and create a new contact. Requires a Pro license to use custom fields.

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2 Sample Contact Forms

Supported Features

  • Allows you to create a contact and add it to a list. Requires a Pro license to use custom fields.

Requirements

  • The feature requires a Pro license. BUY NOW!
  • Make sure that the Pro version of the Advanced Form Integration plugin is installed and activated. You should have got the links in the email after purchase. You can also download it anytime by logging into the user dashboard.
  • Read plugin documentation for WPForms and Mailjet. It is not required but helpful for a better understanding.

Set up Mailjet API Connection

Before starting, you are required to set up the Mailjet API connection in plugin settings.

  1. Go to the WordPress admin area, and click AFI > Settings.
  2. Activate Mailjet and save. Open the Mailjet tab.
  3. Go to your Mailjet account. Then go to Settings > API Key Management. Get Primary API Key and Secret Key.
  4. Copy and paste the key in the Private Key input box and click Save Changes.

Create New Integration

Once the API connection is done you can start creating new integration. Click on Add New under the AFI menu, New Integration page will appear.

Title

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 when there is multiple integrations setup.

Trigger

Select WPForms in the Form Provider dropdown. The WPForms plugin must be installed and activated otherwise you won’t see it list

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WPForms – Trigger setup

Action

Select Mailjet PRO in Platform dropdown.

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Mailjet – Action

Map Fields

The Map Fields section will appear where you’ll be able to determine which fields to send. Map Email, First Name, Last Name, etc. fields with similar fields in the sender platform. Finally, click the Save Integration button.

Mailjet – Map fields

Conditional Logic

Please check the documentation on Conditional Logic.

Frequently asked questions

Troubleshooting

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