Conditional Logic using Calculated fields

The ternary operator is an operator that exists in some programming languages, which takes three operands rather than the typical one or two that most operators use. It provides a way to shorten a simple if else block. In this article we will apply this technique using a calculated field. Here’s an example So if the business skill variable is less […]

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How to pass a parameter from a script to a custom field.

If you use custom scripts, sometimes you will want to pass a scripted variable to a custom field. The syntax looks like this: Note that the first parameter is the custom field name without the curly brackets. So {full_name} would be written as ‘full_name’. The second parameter is the value you want to pass to […]

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Unbounce – Fix height problem

If you have every tried to use Unbounce and LeadsHook together, you will surely have experienced the dynamic height problem where you decision tree is cut off. This is because by default Unbounce uses absolute positioning in their builder. So this guide will show you how to enable dynamic ( variable ) height with your […]

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How to View Decision Tree Data Inside Facebook Analytics

In this article, you’ll learn how to view your LeadsHook data (setup using node-level standard events). You’ll view the events and see flows and journeys of your website visitors, leads and customers Related Articles: How to Setup Node Level Tracking How to Setup Custom Conversions using Standard Events in FaceBook Step Facebook Analytics Before you […]

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Speed Test your Decision Tree

When you are ready to publish your Decision Tree you will come to the point where you must choose a web platform provider to host your embedded decision tree Note that not all platforms ( WordPress, Unbounce, etc ) are all equally as fast. In this tutorial, we will show you how to calculate the […]

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2 Column Layout on Mobile

By default, LeadsHook Decision trees display one column wide on mobile. If it has many questions, there will be a lot of vertical space. This means a lot of scrolling for your users. Before We can override this layout using custom CSS After First just create a new decision tree level script And then copy […]

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How to create a Radar Diagram

Custom fields are variables that store information. When the users supply data it is saved in these variables. Once we have saved this data, we can create a chart that displays the values saved in these variables. First we need to create custom fields that we are going to use in the graph. Next, we […]

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Checkbox and multiple choice NODES vs. Custom fields

The difference between nodes and custom fields is that nodes are used to define the movement down the decision tree. And custom fields are variables, used to store an answer. Note that it is possible to combine both nodes and custom fields. So that you ask a question in a node and store the answer […]

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