July 30, 2018 at 11:55 am #133430
July 31, 2018 at 11:12 am #133438
- Will Gravity Forms integration allow both Constant Contact and Inbound Now integrations simultaneously?
- Can I map forms to an automated rotation for salespeople?
- Will Gravity forms integration attach client-uploaded media files in the submitted forms?
- Can the Woocommerce integration look through all past orders and create accounts, then connect old leads to old or new orders?
1. Will Gravity Forms integration allow both Constant Contact and Inbound Now integrations simultaneously?
If you’re using Gravity Forms with Leads you can ether use our Constant Contact integration extension or you can use the one provided by Gravity Forms. Both should work.
Can I map forms to an automated rotation for salespeople?
Although this is a popular request we do not have an official release yet for our supporting feature set. We do have an unofficial asset that’s designed to handle it. Here’s the guide: http://docs.inboundnow.com/guide/inbound-agents/ and the link to the asset repo: https://github.com/inboundnow/inbound-agents
If you require more for the asset we’ll have to push you towards custom paid development.
Will Gravity forms integration attach client-uploaded media files in the submitted forms?
It should map the file URL in the lead profile. If it doesn’t we can work on it together.
Can the Woocommerce integration look through all past orders and create accounts, then connect old leads to old or new orders?
No looks like our WooCommerce Integration is only prepared to collect new leads moving forward but cannot retroactively create leads based on old orders. If you wanted to fund improvement we could have it arranged through our outsourcing channels.
Kind regards & hope this helps you in your decision making process,
Hudson AtwellAugust 1, 2018 at 5:47 am #133440
Thank you for your quick response and flexibility with custom development.
It looks like the Leads Agents plugin may be the key for this feature. The issue now that I have installed it, is how to make the create agent dropdown appear. See the attached image. I am getting a console error, and the div for the dropdown is “display:none;”
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—August 2, 2018 at 10:39 am #133446
Wow! Thank you Hudson, that is great news. I really like that this program is an extension of WooCommerce so we can keep everything in one place.
Now that I am subscribed, what is the best way to resolve speed issues my team and I are seeing? I have disabled wp-admin/admin-ajax.php requests, as well as cart fragments, but am still having a problem with increased CPU load when the plugins Woocommerce Integration, Inbound Pro, CSV Import, constant Contact, and Leads Agents are enabled.
I have since had to disable the plugins due to high CPU usage and customer complaints. We are a small ecommerce business, so I can’t risk any downtime. What is the best way to approach this?
Great! We may need custom development for specific aspects in the event this will be a good fit. Looking forward to hearing backAugust 3, 2018 at 1:27 pm #133456
Is your site running a caching plugin? Caching plugins will dramatically improve frontend speeds.
Also do you mind sharing your hosting provider and package details privately?
On last question, are you using a speed profiler to determine your speeds? If so which one?
Hudson AtwellAugust 3, 2018 at 7:30 pm #133458
Yes, W3TC, WP Clean-Up, Smush, WP Asset clean Up, and WP-disable to improve speed.
Hostgator, dedicated server.
I’m using GTmetrix, Pingdom, Google Page Speed insights, and WebPage Speed Test.August 6, 2018 at 4:43 pm #133460
Thank you! The best way to move forward would be to disable page view tracking inside the analytics settings section and then disable split testing in both the Landing Pages and Calls To Action settings area.
Disabling all frontend calls to AJAX should keep frontend traffic from driving up uncached wp-instance calls.
If you’re still having problems try disabling the WooCommerce Integration extension. I remember one case where a customer was having speed issues and that was the cause, though the case never lead to a resolution.
A dedicated server is good, but there’s some great things being done in the realm of managed wordpress hosting where server stacks are optimized for WordPress. I believe those are hosts like WPEngine, Pagely, and Kinsta. For example from personal experience my WPEngine sites run way faster than my DreamHost dedicated server sites.August 7, 2018 at 6:03 pm #133468
Hey Chris, I’m Matt Bissett!
I’ve been working with Hudson to get the Inbound Agents extension functioning, and I believe we’ve taken care of the bugs. I’ve been able to go from agent creation to lead assignment, and it’s working as it should.August 8, 2018 at 2:40 pm #133478
Heya Chris, chiming in with Matt. Matt’s pushes can be found on the latest github repo, if you would like to redownload and update manually for testing:
We are very interested in your feedback in Inbound Agents as a solution for your needs. It’s also possible to request custom paid development to improve the asset from Matt Bissett if he’s available. He’s put the most work in on the asset and is most familiar with it.August 9, 2018 at 6:25 am #133482
Thank you so much Matt and Hudson. I will check out the latest push on github. I think that you have definitely addressed my concerns quickly and I will try it out on a separate instance when I have a moment and let you know.
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