If you use WPForms plugin and want to convert the form submission to ticket, then you can do this in two ways
- By using Email to Ticket (Email Piping)
- By using Incoming Webhook.
To use Email to ticket, you can follow the article for Email Piping. To use Incoming Webhook, follow the instructions below. Note that you may require the pro version of the WPForms plugin to use the incoming webhook.
In this article, we will use a sample form like the screenshot below and show you how to integrate this with Support Genix.
Step 1: Go to WPForms > All Forms > Edit Form
Step 2: Enable and Activate Webhook from WPForms Form Setting
Step 3: Create Custom Fields from Support Genix > Custom Field
In the sample form, fields are Name, Email, Phone, Brand, System/Platform, OS, Subject, Message/Description.
In Support Genix, Defaul fields are Email, First Name, Last Name, Ticket Category, Message/Description. Phone, Brand, Platform, and OS are custom fields. So we need to create these custom fields on Support Genix > Custom Field
Step 4: From Support Genix > Incoming Webhook > Add New Webhook
Add a Title, Enable the status and Press Save.
Step 5: Go to WPForms > All Forms > Edit Form > Webhook > Add the Webhook
For the custom Fields, use the key this way ticket_custom_fields__custom_field_slug,
For brand, ticket_custom_fields__brand
For Phone, ticket_custom_fields__user_phone
The keys brand, user_phone were used to create custom fields in Support Genix.
For the Ticket Category, use this key ticket_category_id and get the ID from Support Genix > Ticket Category
Step 6: Press Save > Go to Form Page > Fill The Form and Test where the ticket is generating.