How to Trigger HubSpot Popup Form on Button Click or Page Load

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How to Trigger HubSpot Popup Form on Button Click or Page Load

HubSpot provides the ability to display a pop up form with various triggers (exit intent, after 7 seconds, etc.) But what if you want to show it immediately or when a button is clicked? Below is some javascript to help achieve this functionality.

How to use this script

  • Create pop up form
  • Set targeting to the page you would like the form to appear
  • Set the form pop-up trigger to 600 seconds or 10 minutes. This will essentially hide the pop up until you manually set it to appear using the script below.
  • Now that you have the form created and connected to the page. Add the script to the HubSpot page by editing the page > Settings > Advanced Options > Footer HTML
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Here is an example page using a button trigger to open a pop up form.

window.onload = function() { 
    // add a delay to give time for the pop form to load 
    setTimeout(function() { 

        // trigger the opening of the pop up without delay
        // window.leadflows.dynoFactory.create(window.leadflows.lfConfig.leadFlows[0]).open(); 
        /* can also be triggered on button click 
        Change '#main-content .button' query selector below to your button class or ID
        $("#main-content .button").click(function(){ 

    }, 200); 
// window load 


What about multiple form pop-ups on the same page?

The default HubSpot pop-up form is ideal for showing one pop-up form per page based on the URL targeting.

If you wanted to have buttons to trigger different forms, I would create custom modal functionality and then embed my forms in there.

If you are not a developer and would like to implement this functionality, contact me for a proposal.

Written by: Jake Lett
I share digital marketing tips and HubSpot tutorials to help marketers and business owners grow their business.

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