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    How to Create a Modal Popup in Convert Pro?

    A modal Popup is a lightbox Popup with a Call-to-action or an opt-in form you might have seen on various websites on the Internet.

    In this article we’ll see:

    1. Creating a Modal popup
    2. Designing the Modal Popup
    3. Configuration Settings
    4. Managing leads captured through it

    Step 1: Creating a Modal Popup

    In order to create a modal popup, let us move to Convert Pro -> Create New tab

    Select a modal popup template and give it a name.

    Once you create a popup, you’ll be taken to the editor where you can manage the design and display settings and also connect it with a third party email marketing service provider.

    Step 2: Designing the Modal Popup

    You’ll enjoy designing the popup with a drag and drop editor that has a variety of elements, form fields, buttons, shapes and the panel settings that make editing a matter of minutes and a lot more fun.

    With Convert Pro, you get complete design freedom to create an effective call-to-action. We have a detailed article that will help you understand the design settings in Convert Pro.

    Step 3: Configuration Settings

    This step allows you to manage when, where and to whom should the modal popup be displayed.

    With triggers like the exit intent, well-timed, inactivity, after scroll and more you also have the option to display a popup when a particular class or ID appears in the viewport or when a piece of text or element is clicked on the page. You can refer to the following articles that will help you trigger the modal popup at the right time:

    1. Display a welcome popup
    2. Display after few seconds when the page loads
    3. Display just when the user is about to leave the page
    4. Display when the user scrolls specified percentage of the page
    5. Display when user is found to be inactive for a specified amount of time
    6. Display after user reaches the end of a blog post
    7. Display when an element with specified class or ID appears in viewport
    8. Display modal popup on click of text, button, image, etc.

    The target settings allow you to specify particular page/pages/posts/categories etc where you wish to show or hide the popup. You can also choose to identify users by the device they are using or the website they come from.

    1. Display modal popup on particular pages/posts/categories etc
    2. Target visitors based on the URL they come from
    3. Target visitors based on the device they are using
    4. Show or hide modal popup from logged-in and first time users
    5. Schedule the modal popup

    Note: These targeting options cannot be used when you select the onclick method to display the popup

    The Cookie settings allow you to decide whether you wish to display the popup after conversion or after closing.

    Note: These cookie settings cannot be used when you select the onclick method to display the popup

    Step 4: Managing Leads

    Convert Pro integrates with 26+ email marketing service providers and autoresponders to help you store and manage leads. You can also enable email notification to receive lead data on a specific email ID.

    You can refer to the following links to integrate with a third party email marketing service provider and enable email notifications.

    1. Integrate with a third party email marketing service provider
    2. Send subscriber data to email 

    You are all set to publish the modal popup and convert your website visitors into prospective leads and customers!

    Need help? Get in touch!

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