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Add Address Finder to Zoho CRM with our Browser Extension.

Browser Extension Demo-screenshot


  • Adds UK Address Finder to Zoho CRM contacts and leads on Address Line One
  • Allows for dynamic assignment of address fields if you have customised your Zoho address forms
  • Subform support

If you need support, you can either reach out to us on our support page or drop by our developer chat page.


Address Finder on the Zoho CRM Lead editing page-screenshot


This integration uses the Ideal Postcodes Extension which can be downloaded from the Chrome or Firefox extension marketplaces.

See our Browser Extension guide for more information.


Configuring Zoho CRM integration may require extra steps if you have customised your address fields.

For each new field you have created or renamed, you may need to assign an address field to it.

For instance, the default first address line for a contact is Mailing Street. You may wish to change this to Address Lines or Address Line One. In that instance, you must enter the exact field name in the Address Line One configuration box.

Similarly, the default postcode line for a contact is Mailing Zip. If you have changed this to Postcode, you must update the Postcode field to Postcode.

Address Finder will always be enabled on Address Line 1.

Contact Address Customisation-screenshot

Configure Custom Address Fields

We've created an advanced input called Customed Address Fields (CAF). You can use this to

  1. Enable address validation on an entirely custom address form (i.e. not provided by Zoho CRM)
  2. Enable address validation on your form wizards

It requires you to specify the address targets, typically based on the ID of the input. CAFs are described with JSON, specifically an array of JSON objects. You may use the template below:

"line_1": "",
"line_2": "",
"line_3": "",
"post_town": "",
"postcode": "",
"county": "",
"country": ""

For each address form you wish to enable, you will need to create a JSON object (i.e. the section of code beginning and ending with curly braces {}). Note that:

  • Each object must be separated by the comma
  • The line_1, post_town and postcode fields are required
  • Other fields not being used can be dropped
  • The last line of a JSON object (e.g. "country": "" above) cannot have a comma at the end
  • Check your CAF setup on to make sure your syntax is valid

Each field needs to be assigned using an ID. This can be found by right-clicking on the input box in your address form or wizard, click "Inspect" and checking the id="" attribute of the highlighted HTML element.

Right click on the input field and click "Inspect"-screenshot

Identify the id attribute on the <input> field-screenshot

If the ID of your Address Line One reads id="Crm_Leads_LEADCF2", then line_1 entry of your custom address field should read "line_1": "#Crm_Leads_LEADCF2". Repeat this for all the address fields you are interested in.

Here's an example CAF configuration:

"line_1": "#Crm_Leads_LEADCF2",
"post_town": "#Crm_Leads_CITY",
"postcode": "#Crm_Leads_ZIP",
"county": "#Crm_Leads_LEADCF3"
"line_1": "#Crm_Accounts_Lane",
"post_town": "#Crm_Accounts_Town",
"postcode": "#Crm_Accounts_Postal_Code",
"county": "#Crm_Accounts_County",
"country": "#Crm_Accounts_Country"

Custom Address Fields for Wizards

Identifying the ID of an input field is trickier for wizards. When you inspect a field, you will need to find the ID in the parent crm-create-fields element. Your ID entries will also need to be suffixed by input. For instance, if the ID for line_1 is Leads_fldRow_LANE, then that line should read "line_1": "#Leads_fldRow_LANE input".

Get the ID from "crm-create-fields"-screenshot

For example:

"line_1": "#Crm_Leads_LEADCF2 input",
"post_town": "#Crm_Leads_CITY input",
"postcode": "#Crm_Leads_ZIP input",
"county": "#Crm_Leads_LEADCF3 input"


To use the Zoho Browser Extension with Subform. Take note of the <lyte-input> id and assign it to the correct address element.

For example

"line_1": "lyte-input#Potentials_Mailing_addresses_R1_Mailing_Street_1 input",
"line_2": "lyte-input#Potentials_Mailing_addresses_R1_Mailing_Street_2 input",
"line_3": "lyte-input#Potentials_Mailing_addresses_R1_Mailing_Street_3 input",
"post_town": "lyte-input#Potentials_Mailing_addresses_R1_Mailing_Street_4 input",
"postcode": "lyte-input#Potentials_Mailing_addresses_R1_Mailing_Street_5 input"

You can enable the custom CSS for the Subform Address Finder by clicking the checkbox inside the extension.

Supported Forms

Support URL Paths:

  • /contacts
  • /leads
  • /accounts

Address Field Selectors (Supported Fields)


line_1: toAttr("Street", "Leads", "Lane"),
post_town: toAttr("City", "Leads"),
county: toAttr("State", "Leads"),
postcode: toAttr("Zip Code", "Leads", "Code"),
country: toAttr("Country", "Leads"),

Mailing Contacts

line_1: toAttr("Mailing Street", "Contacts"),
post_town: toAttr("Mailing City", "Contacts"),
county: toAttr("Mailing State", "Contacts"),
postcode: toAttr("Mailing Zip", "Contacts"),
country: toAttr("Mailing Country", "Contacts"),

Other Contacts

line_1: toAttr("Other Street", "Contacts"),
post_town: toAttr("Other City", "Contacts"),
county: toAttr("Other State", "Contacts"),
postcode: toAttr("Other Zip", "Contacts"),
country: toAttr("Other Country", "Contacts"),

Account Billing

line_1: toAttr("Billing Street", "Accounts"),
post_town: toAttr("Billing City", "Accounts"),
county: toAttr("Billing State", "Accounts"),
postcode: toAttr("Billing Code", "Accounts"),
country: toAttr("Billing Country", "Accounts"),

Account Shipping

line_1: toAttr("Shipping Street", "Accounts"),
post_town: toAttr("Shipping City", "Accounts"),
county: toAttr("Shipping State", "Accounts"),
postcode: toAttr("Shipping Code", "Accounts"),
country: toAttr("Shipping Country", "Accounts"),