bookmark_borderActiveCampaign Feed Meta
The Feed Object meta for the ActiveCampaign add-on is an associative array containing the properties which determine how the add-on should process the form submission.
$feed['meta'] = array( 'feed_name' => 'Your Feed Name', 'fields_email' => '1', 'fields_first_name' => '2.3', 'fields_last_name' => '2.6', 'feed_condition_conditional_logic' => true, 'feed_condition_conditional_logic_object' => array( 'conditionalLogic' => array(), ), );
We recommend accessing the $feed meta using the rgar() or rgars() functions e.g.
$conditional_logic_enabled = rgars( $feed, 'meta/feed_condition_conditional_logic' );
- feed_name string
The feed name which appears on the add-ons feeds tab.
The ID of the ActiveCampaign List this feed will subscribe the user to when processed.
The ID of the field containing the user’s email address. Required.
The ID of the field containing the user’s first name.
The ID of the field containing the user’s last name.
The ID of the field containing the user’s phone number.
The ID of the field containing the user’s organisation name.
The ID of the field containing the tags. This setting was removed in ActiveCampaign 1.2.
A multidimensional array containing the ActiveCampaign custom fields. See Custom Field Properties
A comma seperated list of tags. Merge tags are supported. This setting was added in ActiveCampaign 1.2.
The ID of the ActiveCampaign form which will be used when exporting to ActiveCampaign to send the opt-in email.
Should ActiveCampaign send any instant responders setup when the contact is added to the list. This option is not available to users on a free trial. Default is false.
Should ActiveCampaign send the last campaign sent out to the list to the contact being added. This option is not available to users on a free trial. Default is false.
Is the feed condition (conditional logic) setting enabled. Default is false.
An associative array containing the conditional logic rules. See the Conditional Logic Object for more details.
Custom Field Properties
array( 'key' => '1', 'value' => 'date_created', )
Each custom field is an associative array containing the following properties: