Connect Elementor Pro and Advanced Custom Fields
To learn more about the "Form submitted" trigger of the Elementor Pro integration, or the Advanced Custom Fields integration, simply click on the image below.
Supported triggers & actions for Elementor Pro + Advanced Custom Fields
Actions & Triggers
Triggers when a form was submitted within Elementor Pro.
Manage ACF comment meta
Add, update, or delete ACF comment meta.
Manage ACF post meta
Add, update, or delete ACF post meta.
Manage ACF term meta
Add, update, or delete ACF term meta.
Manage ACF user meta
Add, update, or delete ACF user meta.
Update options page
Update an options page.
ACF comment field updated
An ACF comment field was updated.
ACF post field updated
An ACF post field was updated.
ACF term field updated
An ACF term field was updated.
ACF user field updated
An ACF user field was updated.
How to connect Elementor Pro + Advanced Custom Fields
Get Elementor Pro
You need access to Elementor Pro to use it as a trigger.
Setup Advanced Custom Fields
Make sure Advanced Custom Fields is are set up and available.
Install WP Webhooks
Make sure that WP Webhooks is installed and activated on your WordPress website.Get WP Webhooks Automator
Create your automation workflow
Create a new automation workflow using Elementor Pro + Advanced Custom Fields.
About Elementor Pro
Elementor is a WordPress plugin that allows users to create custom, professional-looking websites using a drag-and-drop page builder. It includes a wide range of design elements, templates, and widgets that can be easily added to pages and posts, making it easy for users to create visually appealing websites without needing to know how to code. Elementor is a popular choice for users who want to create custom, responsive websites without relying on a developer.Learn more about the Elementor Pro integration
About Advanced Custom Fields
Advanced Custom Fields is a WordPress plugin that allows users to add custom fields to their WordPress websites. These custom fields can be used to store additional information about a post, page, or custom post type, which can then be displayed on the website's front-end using shortcodes or template tags.Learn more about the Advanced Custom Fields integration