Save time and energy with Typeform and Infusionsoft. Now you can use Typeform’s great conversational interface to collect leads and get them automatically added to your Infusionsoft account. No more copy-pasting or manual editing – you’re free to use that time for what’s really important.
What you need:
How to set up the Infusionsoft integration
1. Open the Typeform that you want to integrate with Infusionsoft from your Workspace. Click Connect at the top of the interface to see our integrations.
2. Click the Connect button to get started.
3. Now we’ll ask you to log in to your Infusionsoft account. Click the green button, and enter your login details.4. Next you need to give Typeform permission to access your Infusionsoft account. This lets us send data into your account. Click Allow to continue.
5 . Now we’ll ask which email question you would like to connect to Infusionsoft. If you only have one, that’s all you’ll see in the dropdown menu. Your email question must be set to Required for the integration to work.6. You can also send data from other questions in your typeform and add it to your contacts’ properties in Infusionsoft. Click Let’s do this (or Nope, I’m done if you only want to collect email addresses).7. You can connect any compatible questions with contact properties. Choose your question from the left dropdown menu, and your property from the right:As you can see, I’ve connected a Short Text question asking for a name with the First Name property in Infusionsoft. This means I’ll collect the name of my leads, as well as their email address. You can connect as many questions to properties as you need.
8. You can also add a tag to contacts collected with your typeform. Click Let’s do this if you want to:9. Choose an Infusionsoft tag from the dropdown, and then click Finish.
10. Your integration is ready! Now click Activate integration, and you’re done.11. The Connect panel will now display the Infusionsoft integration with a green toggle. Click this to turn your integration on or off. The three-dots button lets you delete it: