zlf(Zesty Lead Form), and if it finds it, it will capture the form data to the leads table which can be viewed ini the Zesty.io Manager app of the instance the submission occurred on. The value you set for
zlfis captures as the form name, you can use this value to organize your leads into groups.
zcf, (Zesty Contact Form) when that exists, Zesty.io WebEngine will detect it and send an email to the email set in contact form settings or the optional
_zesty_webhook(Zesty Webhook), which WebEngine will look for. If WebEngine see
_zesty_webhookit will attempt to send a POST request to the value of
_zesty_webhookwhich should be the url of the remote service you wish to send a payload too. Let's look at a code:
_zesty_webhookvalue, which in our example is a Zapier url. The payload will look like this: