What is Gravity Forms ?
Gravity Forms is a premium WordPress plugin that lets you create forms to place on your website. With this plugin, you can add contact forms, quizzes, and surveys to your website with ease.
- Unlimited Forms
- Unlimited Entries
- Conditional Logic
- Multi-Page Forms
- File Uploads
- WordPress Multi-Site
- Automatic Updates
- Priority Support
The best features
- Tons of form fields: It comes with a wide variety of form fields that help you build any type of WordPress forms with ease.
- Responsive form: Your WordPress form will look great on all devices, including desktop, mobile and tablet.
- Conditional logic: Show or hide fields based on user’s selection.
- Email notifications: Email notifications keep you in the know whenever a form is submitted.
- Spam filter: Combat spam form submissions using Google reCaptcha, Really Simple Captcha and Akismet options.
- File uploads: Allow your users to upload files via your online form.
- Save and continue: Save a partially completed form and return to it later to complete the form.
- Calculations: Gravity Forms also allows you to perform advanced calculations on the basis of submitted field values.
- Front end forms: Want to allow users to submit a blog post for your review without providing them WordPress admin access? You can do it by using front end forms on your site.
- Limit and schedule forms: Limit the number of entries a form can receive and schedule your forms.
- Integrations: With Gravity Forms, integration is a breeze. Connect your web form with any online applications you want to work with.
What Can You Use Gravity Forms For?
- Marketing and lead generation forms – including automatically syncing entries with your email marketing service or CRM.
- Payment forms – including calculating prices based on user decisions, offering coupons, and accepting payments via Stripe, PayPal, Square, and other payment gateways.
- Surveys and polls – including analyzing individual or aggregate responses from inside your WordPress dashboard.
- Content submission forms – you can add form data as WordPress post types (e.g. a guest post submission form) or display it straight on the frontend of your site (e.g. creating a directory based on form entry data).
- User registration – register users to your WordPress website, giving them their own accounts and enabling them to log in whenever needed.
- Quizzes – including grading users’ responses and viewing details from inside your dashboard.
- Contact forms – create contact forms that are as simple or advanced as you want them to be.
- …anything you need
- Where things get really fun is that you can also build workflows based on these forms.
Who uses Gravity Forms?
- Well, any type of user can benefit, from WordPress newbies just looking for a user-friendly form tool to advanced developers who want something that they can really dig in to and customize.
- With that being said, Gravity Forms is primarily used by businesses, agencies, and web professionals who need the ability to create more advanced, customizable data capture forms and applications.