There are really a lot of plugins out there to extend the functionality of Gravity Forms. We are testing most of them and using only a very selected few of them (especially with our own clients).

GravityWP Top 10 – Best Gravity Forms plugins 2017

Ofcourse, you are already using both WordPress and Gravity Forms. They would be on our absolute number 1 and 2. But we skip them, because you already are using them. Here you will find our 10 favourite Gravity Forms plugins.

1st place

Gravity Flow

Gravity Flow is an amazing extension of Gravity Forms. It makes it possible to create Workflow Steps after a visitor of your website submitted a Gravity Form. You can assign users, roles and even the visitors e-mail roles and tasks in almost any way imaginable.

This Gravity Forms Add-On is flexible, offers a lot of possibilities to send e-mails along the way and makes you think differently about Workflow processes and how to make them more efficient and effective.

It’s a close call with the GravityView plugin, but 2017 we choose for Gravity Flow on number 1.

2nd place

GravityView

GravityView is the best way to display Gravity Forms entries on your website. With GravityView you can easily display entries visitors (or users) of your website made using GravityForms on the front-end. It’s an amazing piece of software and developments are going strong. If you need the best addon available for GravityForms today….

3rd place

Gravity PDF

Gravity PDF is the most user friendly solution for generating digital PDF documents using Gravity Forms entries and WordPress. Automatically generate, email and download PDF documents with Gravity Forms and Gravity PDF.

4th place

GF Charts

Do you want to show data from your Gravity Forms as bar chart, a pie chart or even a 3D Pie Chart or a donut chart inside your blog posts and pages? This is the way to do it. Easily chart and count information captured via Gravity Forms with the plugin GFChart. This plugin is an extension to WordPress Gravity Forms. It empowers you to showcase a visual snapshot summary of form submissions – automatically.

5th place

Gravity Wiz

Gravity Perks provides you with extra options (perks) like Read only fields for Gravity Forms, a minimum or/and maximum amount of words in a text field or more than 20 other useful extensions of the Gravity Forms plugin.

6th place

Bulk Actions

Do you want to duplicate multiple Gravity Forms fields at once? Or edit many titles of different fields in one overview? Than you should really consider to use the Bulk Actions Pro plugin for Gravity Forms.

7th place

Magic Tooltips

Do you want to show tooltips in your Gravity Forms (with extra information about a certain field)? With Magic Tooltips for Gravity Forms you can add HTML and shortcode inside your Tooltip. This gives a lot of (almost endless) opportunities.

8th place

Gravity Forms Image Choices

Do you want to add images as choices for Radio Buttons or Checkboxes fields within Gravity Forms (or Survey, Quiz, Product and Options)? With this plugin you can add images without having to paste HTML code inside your Form Fields. And it produces beautifully styled and easily adaptable css styling.

9th place

ovann86

ovann86 makes some beautiful extensions to your Gravity Forms List Field: List Field Upload, Date Picker in List Fields for Gravity Forms, Drop Down Options in List Fields for Gravity Forms, List Field Number Format for Gravity Forms.
We hope he’s going to make a business of it.

10th place

Import Entries Gravity Forms

With the plugin Import Entries you can easily import entries using an Excel file. This makes it also possible to import big list of data to your WordPress site and use it to fill in information automatically using the Polulate Field possibility in Gravity Forms.

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