Translated: 29 languages (2018)
Main plugin: Gravity Forms
Extensions: Polls, Quiz, Survey, User Registration, MailChimp, Dropbox, Slack, Zapier, Coupons, PayPal Pro, more…
Because it’s not about that form, ’bout that form. It’s about what you want to achieve with asking information from other people. What kind of information do you need to conduct your business, to get more volunteers, to get more subscribers to your newsletter? And how can you get this information in a way that is very friendly to the people filling in the forms. GravityForms really helps you with that.
GravityWP Review of Gravity Forms
Gravity Forms is the most interesting add-on for WordPress you can use to extend your data management. From contact form to complex, multi step forms with calculations and validations: Gravity Forms will provide you a solid base for creating the forms your need for your project or website. They are providing also a solid base for other add-on developers by sticking to their main task: providing only form fields that are necessary and will help you in whatever process you want to organize afterwards.
Screenshots Gravity Forms
Start a new form
Basic form fields in Gravity Forms are called ‘Standard Fields‘. Most internet users are familiar with these basic form fields, like checkboxes, radio buttons, text fields and drop downs. For simple forms all the necessary functionality is provided with these form fields. In this video we will show you how you can use Standard Fields to make a simple form in your WordPress installation.
Advanced Fields are advanced form field types with a specific way it should be used in mind. Advanced fields may contain more than one field in a container. These well thought about fields make it easy to capture data such as a Username, Name, Date, Time, Phone, Address, Website, Email, File Upload and CAPTCHA Fields. etc.
Detailed settings per form availabe
Custom screen confirmations or redirect
Features Gravity Forms
You can use the data entered in Forms to create new posts on your website. Gravity Forms provides a template function, in which you can create your perfect post. But it's also possible to save values to Custom Post data, which you can use in PHP.