George: Unpacked, where we're going to talk about forms for about, I don't know, 20, 25, 30 minutes, and we're going to probably start from basics, or start at advance, and we're going to fly all over the place.
George: By the way, if you are watching this, make sure you leave a comment or a question. You'll probably hear me say that multiple times as we're going through here, because we want this to be super interactive.
George: By the way, if we didn't want you to interact, we would just do a video. The fact that we're doing this in the group and doing live means that we want to see you, hear you. We want you to be part of the show Sprocket Talk Unpacked.
George: Remington, do you want to kick us off with something related to HubSpot forms?
Remington: Yeah. So, HubSpot forms. I think HubSpot forms are often totally forgotten, in regards to HubSpot, in regards to how people can use them, because a lot of times, I'm sure you feel the same way, we'll just into a portal and some will have the same form on 147 different pages, or they have 14 duplicates of the same form that are exactly the same across multiple pages. So, in a lot of cases, there's a whole form strategy that they could have.
George: Yeah. This blows my mind because not only that, but I've also went into portals ... Which by the way, some of these things that we talk about, we may or may not do. We're just having a general conversation about HubSpot forms. I love when I go into portals, typically, when other agencies have helped them, maybe sometimes when we have, and I see that false