# UTM parameters
Marketers use UTM parameters to track the effectiveness of online campaigns across traffic sources and publishing media. The parameters identify the campaign that refers traffic to a specific website, and can be parsed by analytics tools and used to populate reports.
Copying these parameters and injecting them into your form submissions manually is tedious and error-prone, we built Formtrack to automate this integration.
Formtrack is an open-source project hosted here (opens new window).
# Installation & usage
Add the Formtrack script.
data-formtrack attribute to your form element.
<form action="https://submit-form.com" data-formtrack> <input type="text" name="message" /> <button type="submit">Send</button> </form>
Formtrack will now automatically inject the supported parameters into your HTML form submissions.
# Supported parameters
|utm_source||Identifies which site sent the traffic, not an official parameter.||referrer=producthunt|
|utm_source||Identifies which site sent the traffic, and is a required parameter.||utm_source=google|
|utm_medium||Identifies what type of link was used, such as cost per click or email.||utm_medium=cpc|
|utm_campaign||Identifies a specific product promotion or strategic campaign.||utm_campaign=spring_sale|
|utm_term||Identifies search terms.||utm_term=running+shoes|
|utm_content||Identifies what specifically was clicked to bring the user to the site, such as a banner ad or a text link. It is often used for A/B testing and content-targeted ads.||utm_content=logolink or utm_content=textlink|