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There is no way to do it directly. The work around is to create a blank HTMLpage with the google analytics code in it and then embed the FormsCentral form into that.
Hope that makes sense.
Thanks Randy! Do you know if there was a way to do the "event tracking" and track the submission that way?
No, this trick only tells you if someone viewed it. We don't expose the submit event to the parent HTML yet.
We are considering buying adobe forms but I have a million questions, mostly around analytics. I'm also finding this site hard to use.
1 If I create a form and a person fills it out, can I then direct them to a Thank you page on our website after they hit submit? That could then be measured by GA and would work well as a goal.
2. What actually happens when a person hits submit?
3. Does the designer have control of the design of the submit button so that we can test designs?
4. Is there anyway to measure those who start but don't complete the form? Thanks.
#1 - Our confirmation always shows after submit but you can setup up a redirect to auto redirect to your web page
#2 - Data is sent to our servers and we show our confirmation page
#3 - No, it isn't customizable
#4 - You can get views using the method described above (embed our form in an HTML page with GA in it). You know how many have submitted by looking at the View Responses tab in FormsCentral