Connect Contact Form 7 to hundreds of other SaaSes for free.
How to Use
Install and Activate this plugin.
CF7 will activate automatically in Integrations tab.
Follow these steps:
- In Make, create a new scenario from Contact Form 7 module.
- Choose a trigger as “Watch New Form Submissions”.
- Add new webhook.
- Copy the given URL into your Contact Form configuration, paste and activate integration.
Creating your workflow
Click small “+” sign “Add another module” and continue creating your
workflow with filters and other apps.
We would be grateful for a review here.
Please, send us an email to email@example.com
Install Contact Form 7 and activate it.
- Install “CF7 Redirections, Integrations and Database” by plugins dashboard.
- Upload the entire
cf7-redirections-integrations-database.zipfile to the
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
Does it works with Gutenberg?
Yes. We support WordPress 5+ and CF7 too.
Does it works for forms sent out of CF7?
Nope. The intention here is to integrate CF7.
Can I use it without Make?
Yep. We are creating a integration to Make webhook, but you can insert any URL to receive a JSON formated data.
My sent data is empty
Please, send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you send a form with file, we will copy this to a directory before CF7 remove it and send the link to Make.
How can I rename a field to webhook?
You can add a “webhook” option to your field on form edit tab.
It’s like the “class” option:
[text your-field class:form-control id:field-id webhook:webhook-key].
This will create a text field with name “your-field”, class “form-control”, id “field-id” and will be sent to webhook with key “webhook-key”.
How I can get the free text value?
We will replace the value for last option (which is the free_text input) with the value.
This way your webhook will receive the free text value and other options if you allow it (like in checkbox).
Contributors & Developers
“Contact Form 7 – Redirections, Integrations, and Database” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors