I have a website with 2 signup forms connected with Mailchimp and working good.
What I want is to show in Mailchimp that this contact came from Form 1 or Form 2, I was planning to use the tags (not the form field tags, the properties tag).
See MailChimp screenshot
Any idea how can I do that?
Bump. I have this same issue - has anyone figured out how to add tags?
I have the same issue, can anyone help us here? :3
Has anyone managed to come up with a solution? I have a mailing list of 2500+ users with various tags, and it’s becoming increasingly impossible to manually add the right tag to each new subscriber.
Booom. I have exactly the same isssue. Anyone managed to have a workaround? Please tell us, would be great help!
Working with a team mate I was able to set the tag field for new subscribers. I am still working on how to update existing subscribers.
Used an embed html field in the form and set the type to hidden, then passed along any data I wanted to. Just be sure to have the name set to the same field within mailchimp.
I did the same, but it is not a tag, right? We need to create a |MERGE| or something to convert to a tag. I didn’t go far on this idea, but yeah, I’m doing that.
For my field name I just used Name=“CONTACTTAGS”, but I ended up using a Zapier connection to update and create contacts on the list.
Hey would you be able to give us a bit more context on how you went about this. I’m not a coder so would love to know more
Community I am having the same requirement and didn’t understand even how to workaround with a hidden field, could someone give more context ? Thank you a lot!
Hi, anyone has a good idea about this?
I am having the same question.
Same issue here. I guess the only solution is to use zappier or create more audiences and set a campaign for a specific audience.
@dannyJ More info about how you pre-filled the hidden field would help a lot
More context, please. How did you go about doing this step from a non-coder point of view?
Did anyone solved this? would be really helpful
If anyone is still looking for a solution, managed to get it working.
- Use the Embedded Form option on MailChimp and select the tag(s) you want. Go to the embedded form code and copy the line:
- On Webflow, within the form block, add an embed component before the Submit Button. Edit the component’s HTML code and paste the line you copied from MailChimp
Thanks @Ben93 that was a great help!
For anyone still struggling with this, the tag option isn’t added to the form POST action URL; you need to find this code and add it to the embed block (the code will change depending on tag so this is just an example of how it looks):
<div hidden="true"><input type="hidden" name="tags" value="7484161"></div>
Thanks @Ruairi_McNicholas this was very helpful!