Looking to create a WordPress fillable PDF? That is, a PDF where you take some content from WordPress, stick it into a pre-formatted PDF, and are able to download or email the completed PDF document? Fillable PDFs can be useful in all sorts of situations, including applications, contracts, and other legal documents. You can take […]
Learning how to export Gravity Forms to PDF is a huge timesaver. Rather than having to manually fill out PDF documents or collect information directly from your website’s visitors, you can set up a data collection form and automatically generate a Gravity Forms PDF from form submissions. While there are plenty of potential use cases, […]
Looking for a way to make Gravity Forms GDPR compliant? Put into effect in May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a European Union law that governs data privacy and protection across the EU. While the law has many provisions, the basic idea is that it governs the type data your website can […]
Entry Automation for Gravity Forms version 2.0 is now available via auto-update and for download from the account page. This release is jam packed with highly requested user features along with some bug fixes.
Advanced Permissions for Gravity Forms is now available for purchase.
Advanced Permissions gives you ultimate control over who can access your Gravity Forms data with granular, form-level permissions.
In this case study, Rob Davis, Information Technology Manager of The American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology, describes how Entry Automation is used to reduce his workload and provide automated, error-free reporting.
Gravity Forms is great for collecting information directly from customers and potential leads directly on your WordPress site. What makes Gravity Forms super powerful is being able to take that submitted lead data and export it out in different forms.
With Fillable PDFs for Gravity Forms, you can take that lead data and populate it into an existing PDF document. This lets you create filled out applications or even signed contracts without requiring your customers to go through extra steps.
Fillable PDFs for Gravity Forms version 2.0 is now available via auto-update and for download from the Account page. This release introduces a brand new, easier to use visual template mapper, along with support for using merge tags as field values and image embedding.
Entry Automation for Gravity Forms version 1.4 is now available via auto-update and for download from the account page. This release adds support for two complex field types, along with providing new conditional logic filters, support for custom field ordering and bug fixes.
Get up to 33% off our most popular plugins To celebrate Black Friday, we’re discounting all of our plugins have a year long license by 25%. Easy Passthrough Transfer data between Gravity Forms forms with ease. This time-saving, secure plugin is a must-have for anyone working with multiple forms. Entry Automation Automate your most common […]
On May 25, 2018, the EU Parliament is going to start enforcing the General Data Protection Regulation, commonly referred to as GDPR. It requires businesses to protect the personal data and privacy of EU citizens for transactions that occur within EU member states, along with regulating the exportation of personal data outside the EU. This […]
This release features a completely rewritten automation engine for improved reliability. More precise automation run times can be selected. Available extensions are listed and installable directly from the plugin settings page. Entry notes can be included with JSON and PDF export files.
FTP Extension for Entry Automation is now available for download.
FTP Extension for Entry Automation lets you automatically upload your generated export files to your FTP or SFTP server. With each task, you can configure the host (and port), username, password and remote path for the file to be uploaded to. You get instant validation feedback when entering in your credentials.
There are two new highly requested features being introduced to Fillable PDFs: subscription trials and Pay As You Go pricing.
This release now allows for entries to be exported as JSON and PDF files. Exported fields can now have custom labels to be used in the export files and can be sorted into a custom order using drag and drop. You can also run a task directly from the task configuration page.
This release now allows for entries to be passed-through via a URL. This is great for when you want to send an email notification to a user containing a link to a form that will passthrough data they previously filled out.
When using Gravity Forms, you might need to export entries from a form on a frequent basis. It could be to get a list of that week’s entrants entering into a contest or maybe you need to gather all the new submissions on your lead capture form every day.
With Entry Automation for Gravity Forms, you can automatically export your Gravity Forms entries without having to remember every day or week to export them.
Fillable PDFs for Gravity Forms is now available for purchase.
Fillable PDFs for Gravity Forms lets you generate editable PDFs with entry data on every form submission. The generated PDFs can be automatically attached to notifications, locked with passwords to prevent unwanted parties from viewing the document and can be flattened so that no further editing can take place.
All PDFs are generated on ForGravity’s servers to save the hassle of having to setup and configure the software needed to create the PDFs.
You can also convert existing editable PDF forms into Gravity Forms forms. Fillable PDFs will automatically detect the available fields and allow you to modify the field labels, types and choices before creating the form.
This release now allows for merge tags to be replaced when a form is loaded without having to select a field that causes Live Population to happen. This is great for when you have a summary HTML field on a multi-page form and want to display multiple field values in the content area.
One of the most common problems Gravity Forms users encounter is sending user data from one form to another. Gravity Forms supports this type of functionality out of the box by allowing fields to be populated dynamically and sending the data via a query string. However, this can quickly become difficult to manage when transferring user data for more than a handful of fields. And, because the data being sent to the form is in the URL, there’s nothing to stop the user from changing it before it gets sent to the second form.
With Easy Passthrough, we can send the user data to the second form in a matter of minutes.