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Captcha

Please consider adding captcha for web to lead.

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  • Official comment

    Hi folks!

    I am very happy to announce that the latest version of Insightly CRM officially supports Google's reCAPTCHA! Click here for more details.

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  • Yes please - I can't realistically consider using this product anymore without it!

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  • We have started getting Spam in now, please can we add it in ASAP?

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  • Hi Prashant:

    Thank you for showing your support for this feature request. Hearing user's preferences helps us with planning for possible improvements!

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  • Vote +1

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  • We need this feature

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  • Agreed, please add this. So much spam in our web to lead captures.

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  • By when will Captcha function be added to web to lead forms. Currently they are not usable.

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  • Let us know when this has been added. Until then, we're pulling the web forms and putting our old ones back up.

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  • Interesting that to sign up to this very help forum, there's a captcha.

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  • Yup. Getting a lot of spam now. Will have to consider stopping using the web form until this is implimented

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  • Vote +1

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  • Vote +1

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  • Vote + 1 for sure. So many workarounds would be solved if there was just captcha in these forms.

    Thanks!

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  • Even though it's planned, Vote +1.

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  • My vote is beyond 1.  This is needed so badly.  Over the weekend we enabled the web to lead feature and have been overwhelmed with the number of leads coming into the CRM that are not legitimate.  I'm surprised that it isn't something that has been fixed already. It appears that discussions on this topic have been going on since 2015??  

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  • Would love to see this deployed yesterday...

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  • Bots are unstopable without it.

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  • Any word on when this will be implemented? A Captcha is a non-negotiable on any web form, and the Web to Lead form is useless without it. With the amount of leads we get every week, it's become near impossible to use Insightly without the online form.

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  • VOTE +1

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  • +1 Been using web to lead for almost a year with no spam...until yesterday. Now I'm getting a couple new entries every hour. Will have to pull it soon. Anyone been able to insert the Google Recaptcha code with success? Built my site with Squarespace

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  • +1  

    I was able to implement Google Recaptcha on my own (site is on Wordpress). Would really like insightly to have some sort of captcha built in, though.

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  • Hi All,

    Since I see this post continuing to get updated, I'll add that I was easily enough able to break the form to insert a captcha, that in most situations seems to function (haven't tested lots of browsers) and has ended the spam for me.

    Here are the details:

    First a caveat, I build in RapidWeaver whenever I can, so you're going to see a lot of junk in here from 3rd party stacks and rapid weaver specific code.

    Down toward the end of the form, you'll have to work out all of your div's, but you can basically chop off the submit button, and insert a new div to contain a captcha.

    <input type="hidden" id="insightly_LeadSource" name="LeadSource" value="1635910"/></div></div>

    ^This above was where I broke the insightly form.

    Below is a third party stack that contained the captcha, but you can add it by hand too, and google will have the instructions for registering and then integrating a captcha using the "<script src=" tag. You'll need your own unique site key.

    <div id='stacks_out_p2063576_n21_page0' class='stacks_out'><div id='stacks_in_p2063576_n21_page0' class='stacks_in com_joeworkman_stacks_foundation_form_recaptcha_stack'> <script src="https://www.google.com/recaptcha/api.js?hl=en" async defer></script><div class="g-recaptcha" data-stack="stacks_in_p2063576_n21_page0" data-sitekey="#############################" data-theme="light" data-type="image" data-size="normal"></div>

    </div></div>

    ^This closes out the div's for my 3rd party rapid weaver stacks.

    Then re-insert a button.

    <div id='stacks_out_p2063576_n9_page0' class='stacks_out'><div id='stacks_in_p2063576_n9_page0' class='stacks_in com_joeworkman_stacks_foundation_button_stack'>

    <div class="clearfix"> <button aria-label="submit form" class="button ghost font-vault-6 right custom radius " value="Submit" type="submit">Submit</button> </div>

    </div></div>

    That was all button, now end your form as it was previously. Don't think I made any changes below, but no promises.

    </form> <i class="fa fa-circle-o-notch fa-spin in-progress"></i><div data-alert class="alert-box success">Thank you! Your submission was successfully sent :-)<a href="#" class="close">×</a></div><div data-alert class="alert-box alert">Opps! Something went wrong... Can you email us instead?<a href="#" class="close">×</a></div>

    I hope those are clear enough steps to be helpful.

    Won't kill you Insight.ly to integrate this - about 2 minutes of code and an hour of testing for you guys.

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  • Another +1 vote. Over the last week we've had a very significant spam problem after little or no trouble in the past.Thanks

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  • Is anyone at Insightly paying attention to this thread? It is now 2017. 

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  • We recently had our web company add a captcha feature to our contact us page of our website that feeds to our web to lead section of Insightly.  We thought this would help to reduce the amount of the spam we were receiving but it hasn't.  Our web person said that they have set it up with tight validations and wonder if it's possible that leads are coming into Insightly from other places on the web that we aren't aware of.  Is this possible???  

     

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  • @Christine, that is the same concern I brought up with Insightly when I opened a ticket last month since our site was still receiving spam (it still is).

    My question was: "What I want to know is, is there a way to only allow an Insightly form to be used on a specific domain? Because the only thing I can think of is that these spammers must be using the form code that they copied from the site's source code, and removed the 'unnecessary bits' (ie: captcha and required attributes) so that they can continue to spam us."

    Their response: "At this time, there isn't a way to lock down the code in your Insightly site from being used on another domain."

    They then suggested for me to vote for the Captcha feature and linked this thread (which I already voted for before reaching out).

    "Our Product and Engineering teams do read the comments and take those into consideration when planning our product road map. And I will also pass along your feedback to our team about the Captcha."

    Let's hope we're not waiting another 2 years for this.

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  • -1

    This is already easy to implement by adding it to the existing form code.

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  • Yes please! Captcha is a must for us too of course - vote + 1

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  • Ditto. Please add Captcha or other spam filters. I have to clean out the spam everyday, not fun and certainly not productive.

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