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You can build a website on Squarespace without coding or design expertise. Easily generate custom forms and webpages to generate leads and collect signups. The Squarespace platform is powerful and flexible, and you can solve most design challenges with built-in style options.
You can track any forms created with Squarespace by following the usual method for tracking web forms with Insiteful, but we’ve included some specific instructions below for your convenience.
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We’ll show you here how to track partial entries and incomplete submissions from any Squarespace form below. That said (generally speaking), these instructions should work for any web form (even those built outside of Squarespace ie. with vanilla HTML):
How to track Squarespace with Insiteful
How-to track partial entries & leads in Squarespace with Insiteful
- Add your website: Just login to Insiteful & visit the Domains page and add your website where indicated in the screenshot below.
- Install code: There are several different ways to add custom code in Squarespace, the easiest of which is to simply add a Code Block (as seen below) on the pages you’d like to track. If you’d like to track all your webpages & forms, you can add the code under Settings > Code Injection > Header instead (official docs here).
Either way, all you need to do is paste the code from the Install page to start tracking partial leads and form abandonment (read more in the official Squarespace knowledgebase).