We’ve all seen this particular form on corporate web sites. The one with “who to contact” or “have any questions?” - there’s usually a series of fields that lets potential customers enter their contact information and then press a submit button. The data in this HTML form should land in your Microsoft Dynamics CRM system, but often it ends up in a separate database or, even worse, as an email in someone’s inbox. There’s an easy way to correct this.
In the cloud version of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, there is a wizard called Internet
To start the wizard, select the “Lead capture form” option under “Create a new landing page”. The other option, “Lead capture page” would make sense if you’re building a site from scratch. The wizard then directs you to select fields from the appropriate Dynamics records for name, title, company, email, cell phone, etc.
The wizard even lets you arrange the fields as they should appear in the form. In the last step, the wizard generates all the HTML, which your admin can then copy-and-paste into the current contact page.
And that’s it. The new contact form HTML, of course, will take on the existing style setting set by the page’s CSS. Your web admin can perform any additional tweaking in her favorite web design editor.
Now when web visitors and soon-to-be customers enter their follow up information in this contact form, the data will automatically be added into your company's
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