Building deeper customer relationships means your business grows faster. That kind of relationship-driven growth has long been the strength and specialty of Insightly CRM. As both a WordPress and Insightly user, there’s only one real obstacle to tap into the full potential of their service:
A fully featured integration between WordPress and Insightly can be hard to find.
- Searched the WordPress.org repository for a plugin that links your WordPress website to Insightly?
- Maintaining an expensive custom solution between WordPress and Insightly?
- Still manually transferring customer data?
Stop now. There’s a far better solution that frees up your resources to be better spent elsewhere. Connect your WordPress website directly to Insightly CRM via your WordPress forms!
Effortlessly connect WordPress with Insightly CRM through your WordPress forms
The Insightly CRM extension for Ninja Forms enables you to send customer submitted data from your WordPress forms directly into your CRM account. Easily create:
Establishing a connection is incredibly simple. All you have to do is copy the Insightly API key from your account and paste it into the Insightly Settings of Ninja Forms. Test to validate the connection, add an Insightly CRM action to any form, and then map form fields to CRM fields!
Full support for Optional Modules
In addition to creating your Lead or Contact in Insightly, you have the ability to attach various other modules to your newly created person. Opportunities, Projects, and Tasks are all available, and each have a number of fields available to more fully develop your new lead or contact. See our documentation for full details!
Easily map any WordPress forms field to any Insightly CRM field
Selecting how data is transmitted to Insightly is a breeze. With your connection established, you have ful access to every field in your Insightly account.
Simply select the form field (left), pair it with the Insightly account field (right), mark it with an Entry Type if desired, save, and go. That’s quite literally all there is to it!
What are you waiting on? Link your WordPress website to Insightly CRM easily and completely today!
2018.04.19 Add key change listener to update field map merge tags
Modify structure of custom field maps to handle new custom field names. Custom field names used to be prefixed with entity name, which was used to identify entity. New custom field names do not have prefix but have an additional field with entity name.
Add Organization address fields
Remove empty values from request to prevent request rejection from API
Change action name to Insightly, was Add to Insightly
Separate Comm classes and Functions for pre-3.0 so ongoing development can be optimized for 3.0 without 2.9 compatability requirements
2017.10.14 Add visibility field maps for contacts and leads Add responsible user for leads
2017.07.31 Update Twitter and Linked IN field maps to reflect new Insightly structure
2017.07.09 Initialize Raw Response as array to use \”=\” in PHP 7
Remove html tags from text area. Add support message for contactinfos missing field value (email, phone, social, website) Add advanced commands functionality
2017.04.14 Add test link for API connection validation w/o needing to create form
Add support messages for Insightly 400 responses
Convert Lead country into required format for Insightly
Remove Notes; not available in Insightly API v2.2
Set default Task fields
2017.03.20 Change Name and Slug contants for automatic update
2017.01.19 Add upgrade functions from 2.9 to 3.0
Correct setting id for nfinsightlycrm_most_recent_raw_request
2017.01.07 Make the new record ids available for other use using nfinsightlycrm_process_new_record_ids action
2017.01.01 Combine two lookup arrays into single nested associative array Add advanced code functionality Move variable handling into Plugin Setting class
2016.12.09 Replace programmatic field map values with readable value and use lookup array
2016.12.09 Enable switching of Insightly API version via constant definition Enable setting qty of records to return via constant definition
2016.12.08 Dashboard support for Insightly response messages
WIP – Modify version compare operator for deprecated selection
Develop 3.0 for initial release
2016.03.02 Add Responsible User ID and Owner ID to Lead Add Owner ID to Contact
2016.02.11 Add the following field maps for Leads: TITLE INDUSTRY EMPLOYEE_COUNT LEAD_RATING LEAD_STATUS_ID LEAD_SOURCE_ID
2016.01.01 Add default values for Opportunity and Project fields that are required and are not mapped in the form. Add Lead Description as a field mapping option for text area field
2015.12.08 Add Description for Leads Add Project and Opportunity Tags Add Opportuity Pipeline and Stage Linke Notes and Tasks to Leads
2015.08.26 Add support for Leads module
2015.04.09 Bug Fix: Add check for empty field because field not filled out can prevent creation of entire entry
2015.02.27 Enhancement: enable calc fields to be mapped to any mappable Insightly field
2015.01.15 Enhancement: Convert multiselect list to comma delineated string so it can be sent into Insightly Code cleanup – break out functions for easier management, remove unused vars
2014.09.10 Bug Fix: Change date format for task. Was \”Y-d-m\”, now \”Y-d-m H:i:s\”
2014.08.25 New Features Add custom field support for Organisation, Opportunity, and Project
Add Tags, Task, Opportunity, Project, and Notes modules
2014.06.26 Change \”private\” methods to \”protected\” Declare new_opportunity_id as protected
2014.06.26 – Add Organization and Role Change name of class RawRequest to InsightlyRawRequest
Text and file cleanup
Code cleanup and testing