How To Save Elementor Form Submissions In Database

Elementor Pro comes with a Form widget that allows you to create fully functional and responsive forms for your WordPress websites. The Form widget also sends an email on form submissions, but at times you might feel the need to save the form submissions into the database. However, unfortunately, Elementor Pro does not provide the feature to handle form submissions.

  1. Install Form Vibes


    The solution to fill up this gap and to overcome the limitation of Elementor Form submissions is using Form Vibes.

    What is Form Vibes 
    Form Vibes is a simple plug & play plugin that you can use to save form submissions into a database. Just install it on WordPress websites and it will start capturing form submissions. It works as a submissions manager for your form builder plugins like Elementor Pro, Contact Form 7, and Caldera Form. It also comes with the Analytics feature to track the performance of the forms

  2. Managing Submissions 

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    To start managing your Elementor form submissions, go to Form Vibes -> Submissions.
    Form Vibes automatically detects all forms on your WordPress site. Select the Elementor form you have created from the dropdown menu on the action bar. Using the Date Range filter you can filter the form submissions Monthly, weekly, or yearly, etc or you can select a custom date for a specific period.

  3. Exporting Form Submissions

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    You can export all your data submissions in a separate downloadable file. To export form submissions into a CSV file, select the submissions you want to export, then click on the Quick Export option on the action bar.

  4. Deleting Form Submissions 

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    You can delete the form entries by selecting the Delete option from the Select Action drop-down menu. You can delete individual or multiple records.

  5. Field Visibility

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    By clicking on the Eye icon on the action bar you can set the visibility of the form field. You can also adjust the arrangement of the fields accordingly. Click on the field name to change the custom field names and slugs.

  6. View Analytics

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    Form Vibes allows you to track the performance of the form using Form Analytics. Analytics reports are generated in the form of a graphical chart, depicting the entire details of the lead generated by the Elementor form for a particular selected interval. You can change the chart type from the bar to a line chart.

  7. Add Dashboard Widget

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    You can add a dashboard widget to your WordPress Admin dashboard screen to have a quick view of the stats of the leads captured through the Elementor form.

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