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Can I add a querystring value to the form link to track where users found the link to my form?Asked by sjpd on January 28, 2016 at 05:02 PM
I see that there is a widget that can be added to forms to track the referrer. But I want to publish QR codes in various publications and then track analytics to measure which of several sources resulted in our application form being submitted.
I'm hoping that I may be able to construct unique URLs such as:
And then have that querystring logged in the Jotform database.
Is there a way to track links in this way?
You cannot log it in the Jotform database, however you can log it in your own database using PHP.
Here are a couple of guides that may help:
Let us know if you need further assistance.