So, that is currently still one of limitations of the new landing page builder.
But here’s the crux of the issue, and maybe it’ll help you understand some of the disconnects we’re still seeing - the landing pages are not built in Infusionsoft. At least, not the way we’re used to thinking about it.
The landing page builder we’re referring to as the “new infusionsoft builder” was a totally separate software - built entirely independent of Infusionsoft, or the campaign builder.
When you drag out a goal for the new landing pages, and open it - it’s like you’re opening a door to the other software platform. The URL even changes as you go into the editor.
This is why so many of the “expected” features don’t work the way we’re used to. Instead of building new technology directly inside Infusionsoft, they’ve been building a bridge to connect us to where the new tech already lives.
It’s nice - because the new tech is modern, and sleek. (I really am loving the pages it creates.)
But yeah, it’s annoying - because there are dozens of little nuances that they either haven’t solved, or haven’t solved yet. No form submission history, no update in the “recent activity widget” on the dashboard, no notification settings, no company field, no referral partner tracking, and several others are all directly tied back to this fundamental disconnect.
I believe it’s also the reason that these “users” appear when I run a User Dashboard Report:
Don’t get me wrong - they’re making progress daily. Many of the features that were missing when this first rolled out have been squashed and done so elegantly (URL params, autopopulating, etc). But, until they completely resolve those issues, we’re going to trip over those disconnects - so my mentality is just to try and be patient as they’re doing that (and I still use LeadPages for certain stuff ).