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Bulk Reports and Digests for Gravity Forms

Bulk Reports and Digests for Gravity Forms

I have written yet another Gravity Forms plugin/addon. This time the plugin was to generate bulk reports for form entries, digests of sorts. Based on a set schedule (which can be altered using the cron_schedules filter), this addon will aggregate all new form entries it hasn’t seen yet (including very old ones) and send them out to predefined e-mail addresses.

The whole thing works best with regular single-shot notifications turned off, probably.

Download it from github now.



Conditional Notifications Plugin for Gravity Forms

Gravity Forms is one of those plugins that many enjoy and make use of. A recent project of mine involved adding some functionality that seems as indispensable as conditional field logic – conditional notifications.

Based on the values of form fields selected notification settings are overridden, including e-mails and, more importantly content, and whether a notification is sent or not in the first place.

Gravity Forms Conditional Notifications

This Gravity Forms Addon allows users to select specific conditions that override the default notification settings. The first condition that is met will provide the settings that replace the ones that are set in the Notification area for a form. If no condition is met for a form the default Notification settings happen.

A fantastic use for this Gravity Forms Add-on would be to have an auto-responder setup for an inquiry form, where visitors select a predefined inquiry (although an FAQ would handle that in most cases). Applications to specific departments where a response arrives with that departments contact details, terms, working hours, or something. In short, should be quite useful.

Gravity Forms Conditional Notifications

Gravity Forms Conditional Notifications Add-on is available on Github.