We just released a new feature in the Fuse Email Builder—Automatic Form Links! Now when you send an email through Fuse, you can automatically link buttons, images, and text to a Fuse form. Agency Revolution will automatically host these forms without the need to create landing pages for your forms manually.

How to Link to a Fuse Form

To link to a Fuse form in an email:

  1. In the Email Builder, select the text, image, or button you’d like to add the form link to and select the link icon.

  2. In the Link to drop-down menu, select Forms.

  3. In the Form drop-down menu, you will see a list of your available forms* to choose from.

    These campaigns are included in the initial release, with more campaigns coming soon!:

    • Commercial Policy Renewal

    • Personal Lines Account Review

    • Commercial Lines Account Review

    As a reminder, Fuse forms can automatically link back to a Fuse Campaign. That means the follow-up system can enjoy the full power of Fuse email merge fields, personalized senders, internal reminders, text messages, tagging, customized Vertafore Suspense integration and even AMS form completion writebacks for AMS360, QQ Catalyst and HawkSoft.

Automatic Form Hosting

Agency Revolution will automatically host these forms. We host them dynamically at the insuranceservicepage.com domain, and the link is dynamically generated in each email that Fuse sends.

Your logo will be automatically added to the top left corner of the page. This is a location-specific logo, so if an email is targeting someone at a different office location, we’ll use that logo instead.

Sample Fuse landing page:

If you have a Forge integration, the form will automatically be embedded on a page within Forge. Read on to learn more!

Forge Integration

If you have both the Fuse and Forge products, we will automatically embed the form on a page within the Forge platform. This allows you to stay on-brand and leverage the design of your existing Forge website.

Sample Forge landing page:

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