As you probably know, search input is usually coded as an <form> in your HTML. Leadfeeder form submission tracks all forms that have the <form> tags and are not included in an iframe.

Since almost every website has a search input, this will cause you might see a lot of form submissions for searches done on your website in your Leadfeeder web application. Unfortunately, searches made by your web visitors might not help you to increase your business.

The good news is that you can exclude the search input from the form tracking. This can be achieved by adding a form tracking exclusion rule in your Leadfeeder web application. If you have the search input on every webpage, it would be most suitable to exclude the search submission by "Form ID", "Form class", and/or "Input name". You can learn more about how to set it up here.

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