Data collected from Facebook forms in your ads will be recorded in Dashly as a new lead with the event "Facebook lead form is filled".
Note: this integration works independently from integration with Facebook messenger and leads collected with these two integrations won't be merged.
You can only get leads from FB forms or automate some processes.
If you capture emails in a form, you can record them as a standard property of a lead in Dashly and create a triggered email by an event "Facebook lead form is filled". In this case, every user who filled in the form will receive an email from you.
Don't forget that you can personalize emails according to the events and properties of your users.
If you capture phone numbers and they are recorded as a standard property of a lead in Dashly, you can create an integration with Slack, for example, to see new leads instantly and call them as fast as possible.
Go to the Integration section in Dashly and find Facebook leads.
Enter the integration name and save it.
Push the "Authorize on Facebook" button and sign in Facebook.
You will see the confirmation of authorization.
After authorization, you'll see the list of pages managed by you and available for integration.
Choose the page you need and move on to the next step.
Choose the needed form from the drop-down list.
Mark the questions and align lead properties where answers on these questions will be recorded.
Fields with a type "EMAIL", "FIRST_NAME", "FULL_NAME", "LAST_NAME", "PHONE", "WORK_EMAIL", "WORK_PHONE_NUMBER" will be recorded as strings that's why you can record them into standard fields. The rest of properties are seen in Dashly as lists, so you need to record them into properties with the type "list".
You can add several forms from the chosen accounts.
When a lead fills in the form and data comes to Dashly, the event "Facebook lead form is filled" will be created automatically. You can create your own name for this event (we recommend to do it especially if you have several forms that trigger several campaigns).
No matter how this event is called, you will see it in a lead card right after the form is filled with all the data from fields and lead id from Facebook.
You can't segment leads by event properties that is why we recommend to record these data as user properties.
Note: this integration won't work if you have limitations configured in the Business manager's Lead acess section.