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    re Aweber integration to send follow up emails

    Asked by newheightsbs on July 23, 2014 at 09:33 AM


    I have been in contact with you before (thread below) but just want to start a new thread so it's easirer.

    1. I use Aweber and I understand that Aweber integrates with Jot Form but i don't understand this answer:

    Once you integrate your form to Aweber, you can send separate emails directly from Aweber to the people who fill out your form.

    Because, as I understand, on the jot form there will be a field for Firstname and email . when people do my form and fill this out they will get a copy of their submission results sent by Jotform,  and any autoresponders if i set that up.

    But how can that form be tied to my Aweber autoresponder list to follow up with them - if the submissoin is going to jotform?


    2. I am using a True and False questionnaire with conditional logic so depending on scores, they get relevant message (3 different ones). Can this be done in the Free account?


    thanks again





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    Answered by EltonCris on July 23, 2014 at 11:02 AM


    I think that is explained on this article. https://www.jotform.com/blog/50-Email-Marketing-Campaigns-with-AWeber-and-JotForm

    Basically, what the integration does is to send the submissions data from your form to your Aweber Lists.

    Your other question will be answered on a separate thread.