If you want to pass the information from the pages, where your customers opt in, you will have to integrate with Aweber first. You can learn how to do that here:

How to Integrate with Aweber

After you do that, you will have to create an optin page and a sign up form in Aweber. To learn how to do that, please, follow this tutorial:

You can only pass Email and Full Name fields via API at the moment (or instead of the Full name you can pass First and Last names).
You can always see what fields pass over API to 3rd party email integration here:

E-mail Integrations and Which Fields Pass Over API

First of all, you will have to add these input forms to your optin page.

Once you do that, you will have to add a sign up form for the list that you want subscribers to be added to in Aweber. You can do it like that:

By default this form will have a Full Name and an Email fields set up. In case you gather these ones, you will not need to change anything. If you gather, for example, First Name and Email, remove the Full Name field with the First Name field.

The fields you have on your optin page should match the fields you have in a sign-up form in Aweber.

After you build it, click "Go to Step 2" here:

On the second page you can change the name of the form and customize a thank you page that will be shown to the customer, once they subscribe, or the page that will be shown to them, if they are subscribed already.

By default, they will show them the default pages from Aweber. If you want to change that, you will have to grab the URL from the funnel step you want to show them (for instance, your thank you page from ClickFunnels) and paste it in that field. After you do that, save the form.

Once you do that, integrate that list on your optin page:

After you do that, contact information will be passed to Aweber via API without any issues.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our support team by emailing support@clickfunnels.com or by clicking the support icon in the bottom right-hand corner of this page.

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