Create Lead Capture Landing Pages in Portals

1. Feature Overview

You can create landing pages to capture leads and lead inquiries using the LeadSquared Portals feature.

Note: You can also create landing pages using the older Landing Pages feature. However, we suggest using portals to leverage newer, more advanced functionality.


2. Prerequisites

  • You must be an admin user.
  • You must have the Forms feature enabled on your account.
  • You must have the Portals feature enabled on your account, please write to


3. Create a Lead Capture Form with De-Duplication Enabled

Create a dynamic form and specify a search key (unique field like email, phone number, etc.). The search key is used to check if a lead with that particular field value (email, phone, etc.) already exists in your account, and identify duplicates. Next, specify how you want to handle duplicate leads (update all fields, don’t update any fields, etc.) –

  1. Navigate to Workflow>Manage Forms and click Create Form.
  2. Click Settings and select Portal Settings.
  3. Enable Avoid creation of duplicate leads.
  4. Next to Form behaviour when lead duplicate detected, click the dropdown and select a de-duplication strategy.*
  5. Enter other relevant details and create the form.
  6. Click Publish.
*De-duplication strategyHow it works
Update All FieldsUpdates all the fields of the duplicate lead
Don’t Update Any FieldsAccepts the form submission without errors and doesn’t update any fields
Update Only Empty FieldsOnly updates the fields of the duplicate lead that are empty or not present.
Note: To know more about creating forms, see How to Create a Form.

LeadSquared - How to avoid duplication of leads in Forms


4. Add Form to the Portal

  1. Navigate to Workflow>Manage Portals and click Create Portal.
  2. Enter the name and description of your Portal.
  3. Click Select Template and choose a single page or landing page template from the available options.
  4. Click Proceed to Builder.
  5. Under General Settings, click the LSQ Form dropdown and select the form you created.
  6. Customise the portal based on your requirement and click Publish to Test.
Note: To know more about portals, see LeadSquared Portal Designer.

LeadSquared - Add Form to the Portal


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