Gravity Forms is one of the most popular and robust WordPress form plugins.

Typically, a static site can't use Gravity Forms because it requires interaction with a database.Β 

However, Strattic has released its support for Gravity Forms and we couldn't be more excited! πŸ₯³πŸŽ‰

Gravity Forms has tooooons of features and we plan to roll out support for more and more features over time.


To start syncing your Gravity Forms to Strattic:

(Prerequisite: Installing and activating the Gravity Forms plugin)

Strattic supports Gravity Forms out of the box! No need to enable any Strattic settings.

1. If you don’t yet have any Gravity forms set up on your site, go ahead and create one now.

2. For existing Gravity Forms, click Update at the bottom of each form:

3. Click on the big red Strattic publish button then click β€˜Full Publish’ to generate a static version of your WordPress site.

4. Test your form by submitting it. Both WordPress and static environments are connected to our integration, so you can test on either. Whoever is configured to receive email confirmations in Gravity Forms will get an email notification with the form submission details. Tada!


Below are the Gravity Forms features supported on Strattic Form Editor

Standard Fields

  • Single line text βœ”οΈ

  • Dropdown βœ”οΈ

  • Number βœ”οΈ

  • Radio Buttons βœ”οΈ

  • HTML βœ”οΈ

  • Page 𝙓 (not supported)

  • Paragraph Text βœ”οΈ

  • Multi Select βœ”οΈ

  • Checkboxes βœ”οΈ

  • Hidden βœ”οΈ

  • Section βœ”οΈ


Advanced Fields

  • Name βœ”οΈ

  • Time βœ”οΈ

  • Address βœ”οΈ

  • Email βœ”οΈ

  • CAPTCHA (learn more)

  • Consent βœ”οΈ

  • Date βœ”οΈ

  • Phone βœ”οΈ

  • Website βœ”οΈ

  • File Upload βœ”οΈ

  • List βœ”οΈ

Required Fields

You can make any field required!

Appearance settings:

  • Placeholder βœ”οΈ

  • Field Label Visibility βœ”οΈ

  • Description Placement βœ”οΈ

  • Custom validation message βœ”οΈ

  • Custom CSS Class βœ”οΈ

  • Field Size βœ”οΈ

Advanced settings:

  • Admin Field Label βœ”οΈ

  • Default Value βœ”οΈ

  • Enable Password Input βœ”οΈ

  • Visibility βœ”οΈ

  • Allow field to be populated dynamically βœ”οΈ

  • Conditional Logic βœ”οΈ

Conditional logic for confirmations and notifications

Strattic users can now use conditional logic for notifications and confirmations to show or send different messages based on data selected in a form. Learn more about conditional logic for confirmations and notifications.

Confirmations

After a user fills out a form, you can display a thank you message or redirect to a page or URL.

Notifications

Send an email notification upon submission.

Supported features:

  • "Send to" field βœ”οΈ

  • "Reply to" field βœ”οΈ

  • "BCC" field βœ”οΈ

  • Standard Merge tags (e.g. {admin_email}, {form_title}, {all_fields}) βœ”οΈ

Not yet supported:

  • Customizable "From" email address

Form Settings

Supported features:

  • Form title βœ”οΈ

  • Form description βœ”οΈ

  • Label placement βœ”οΈ

  • Description placement βœ”οΈ

  • Sub-label placement βœ”οΈ

  • CSS class name βœ”οΈ

  • Input Type βœ”οΈ

  • Button Text βœ”οΈ

  • Button conditional logic βœ”οΈ

  • Animated transitions βœ”οΈ

Form settings not supported by Strattic at this time:

  • Save and Continue 𝙓

  • Limit number of entries 𝙓

  • Schedule form 𝙓

  • Require user to be logged in 𝙓

  • Anti-spam honeypot 𝙓
    (not supported but general Anti-Spam support coming soon)

Other supported features

On the roadmap

  • Customizable "From" email address for sending notifications


Form Submissions

Form submissions will now appear under Forms > Form Submissions. This will allow you to go back and see and export all form submissions for each of your forms.

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