Whatsapp Automation

Are you looking for a way to effectively communicate with your website visitors after they’ve submitted a form on your website? Look no further! In this article, we will show you how to easily send a WhatsApp message to your website visitors once they’ve submitted a form using Elementor and Botbiz.

With Botbiz‘s powerful integration, you can create a contact form on Elementor and instantly send a WhatsApp message to the website visitor who submitted the form. This allows you to quickly and efficiently respond to their inquiry and provide them with a personalized and instant customer service experience.

Say goodbye to missed inquiries and hello to instant communication with your website visitors. Get ready to streamline your form submission process and improve your customer service with this easy WhatsApp and Elementor integration.


You can create any kind of form and send a WhatsApp message when you receive the form submission.

First, you have to create a message template in Botbiz.

Now click on the message template option.

Instantly, the message template settings page will appearwith a create button.

You have to use a variable in the message template. Therefore, before creating the message template, you have to a variable.

At the bottom of the page, you will see the Template variable section.

To create a variable, click on the create button. Instantly, a pop-up form will appear with a field called variable name. Provide a name for the variable in the field and click on the save button.

Instantly, the variable will be created.

Now refresh the page.

Now, you can create a message template.

To create a message template, click on the create button in the Message template settings section. Instantly, a modal form called a Message template will appear. You have to fill out the modal form.

Provide a name in the template name field. Then write a message in the message body.

In the message body, you can insert the user’s name as a variable.

And you have to use the variable in the message body.

Then click on the save button.

Now you have to check the status of the message template. Click on the Check status button to see the status of the message template.

If the status is approved, you can use the message template.

Now you have to create a Webhook Workflow. To create a Webhook Workflow, click on the Webhook Workflow menu in the left sidebar of the dashboard.

Instantly, the WhatsApp Webhook Workflow page will appear with create button.

Now click on the create button to create a Webhook workflow.

Instantly, a section called new workflow will appear at the bottom of the page.

Provide a name in the Workflow name field. Select the WhatsApp account from where you want to the message.

Then select the message template you have created.

Now click on the create workflow button.

Instantly, a webhook callback URL will appear.

Now copy the Webhook URL. You have to use the Webhook callback URL in the Eliminator form.