Gravity Forms is a WordPress plugin that lets you put together online forms via a simple drag-and-drop interface. It’s not free but it’s inexpensive (starts at $39) and amazingly powerful. Not only can you build many kinds of forms but the interface is a pleasure to use and new features are added regularly and the plugin is maintained and supported actively.
The key thing about this plugin (that the other WordPress form plugins don’t offer) is that it lets you save submitted forms in your WordPress database. And when viewing within the admin interface you can add notes and even email notes to any email addresses associated with the form. Import/export of both forms and entries is supported.
You can easily access advanced features like having form elements interact with one another. It’s smooth and easy to delve into features that Wufoo and other form tools can’t touch. One example is to have a “more info” button on a page that sends the page url or some other info into a contact form.
Other features include:
- Role Management Integration
- Form Scheduling
- Bulk Add and Predefined Choices (like a list of all Countries or US States)
- Integrate with Other Plugins Using Hooks
- Spam Prevention – it just works…
- Conditional Form Fields
- Turn forms into posts – for user generated content
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