Do you need an overview of all the calculations in your Gravity Form? With GravityWP – Merge Tags you can easily get a list of all calculations (formulas) in one form, with some additional information like Field ID, Admin label and Number Format.
Overview of Gravity Form formulas used in calculations
Especially when you build long, complex Forms with multiple number fields and multiple calculations, it can be very tricky to keep a good overview of what’s going on. When you activate our free Merge Tags add-on for Gravity Forms, you can get a lot of detailed information about the fields in your form.
One of the tabs with information is ‘Calculations’. It shows a table with the following columns:
- ID: Field ID of the Gravity Forms field
- Field Label: the label of the field
- Admin Label: the admin label (if defined)
- Formula: the formula that is used in the calculation
- Number Format: the number format (e.g. decimal_dot, decimal_comma or currency)
Other available insights in your Gravity Form
Beside calculations, you can also get information about all the Conditional Logic used in your form. Or get information about all the Merge Tags (both in your form as available through other add-ons). Information about your Workflow steps.
Read here more about these other tabs.
Our Premium Add-ons for Gravity Forms
Add a Datepicker with calendar select to a column or multiple columns in a Gravity Forms List Field.
Trigger the update of multiple entries in a target form by submitting an entry in a trigger form.
Add a Dropdown Select with choices to a column or multiple columns in a Gravity Forms List Field.
Functionality for Number Fields, like rounding or only absolute numbers, fixed point notation, range calculation, custom units like % or m2 & show as slider.
Create JSON Webtokens to populate fields in your Gravity Form. With a secure key you can validate the data you don’t want to be tampered with.
With this Gravity Forms Add-on you can change List Field columns into a number field, do calculations within a row or column. Extra merge tags are available with total counts of columns.
Read more tutorials about GravityWP BV
Pay per word with starting price for Gravity Forms
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Substring Modifier for Gravity Forms Merge Tags
Do you want to return a portion of a Merge Tag string output? And specify an offset and length of the part of the Merge Tag output? With Advanced Merge Tags it's as easy as it gets.
Quick overview of Gravity Forms Conditional Logic rules
When you're working with a lot of Conditional Logic rules in your form it can be a challenge to keep an overview. Our Merge Tags Add-on for Gravity Forms has a Conditional Logic Tab which creates a quick overview of all the rules in your form.