Installing Contact Form 7 into LianaAutomation

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The purpose of this guide is to explain how to link the Contact Form 7 form tool in WordPress into LianaAutomation.

First, you need to install the Contact Form 7 in your WordPress installation to use Liana's plugins for system integration.

Linking LianaAutomation to WordPress

After logging in to your WordPress installation with your admin credentials, select the 'Plugins' option from the side menu, and then click on the 'Add New' option at the top.


Type 'lianaautomation contact' into the search field. Click on 'Install Now' next to the desired plugin.


After a successful installation, click on the 'Activate' button to activate the plugin.


Open the 'LianaAutomation' option from the left-hand menu, then click on 'Contact Form 7'. This will bring up the following view:


Enter the API details you received from Liana's contact person into the fields provided, which can vary depending on your installation:

  • API UserID (number)
  • Secret key (combination of numbers and letters)
  • URL (complete address)
  • Realm (for example, EUR)
  • Automation Channel ID (Numeric identifier of channel, this can be found from LianaAutomation--->Settings--->Channels)

Click 'Save Changes' to save the changes you made.

If the information is correct, you will receive a notification after saving that the connection is OK.


If the information is incorrect, please contact your contact person.

After installing the form plugin, you need to set up the list join separately for each form. Next, go to the 'Contact' option from the menu and select one of the forms.


LianaAutomation always uses the email field in the form as the identifying factor, so it is important that this field is present in every form used. Other fields are automatically sent as additional information with the form.


No other settings need to be changed, and all other data fields from the form are automatically sent to LianaAutomation.

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