Gravity Forms is one of the easiest tools available to help you create advanced forms, and is also the most trusted tool for you to create your WordPress-Powered websites on. It consists of all the tools that you would need to create a professional-looking form, including multiple time-saving features. The plugin comes in handy on WordPress when managing forms and will let you create a form in a matter of minutes, with no extra unnecessary steps involved.
Gravity Form features included in the plugin are the built-in tools. All you have to do is select your fields, configure your options, and easily embed forms on your WordPress-powered site using the built-in tools. Other features include 30+ ready to use form fields, giving you a variety of form field inputs to choose from and picking the fields you want to use and editing them using the form editor. Conditional Logic is another feature included in the plugin which allows you to customize your form to show or hide fields, sections, pages and even the submit button, all according to your personal liking. This feature allows you to control the information the user can provide and tailor it to their specific needs.
Basic add-ons of Gravity Forms include ActiveCampaign, HubSpot, and Mailchimp. The Pro Add-ons include Agile CRM, Slack, and Trello, while the Elite Add-ons include 2Checkout, Coupons, and Webhooks. They got more than 30+ addons available.
Gravity form lets you create almost any type of form, ranging from surveys, polls, online orders, quizzes, and questions. Even fully formatted WordPress posts are accepted by Gravity Forms.
Gravity Forms integrations include Zapier connections to Google Sheets, ActiveCampaign, Pipedrive CRM, Mailchimp, Airtable, Salesforce CRM, Slack, Hubspot and many more.
>Gravity Forms lets you save partial submissions. If you’ve worked a good amount on filling in the form, but are still not completely done, you can save your partially completed form for later, and return back at any time to finish it.
Save Forms for Later is available on Gravity Forms in the name of Save and Continue. This is an important feature especially for individuals who create lengthy forms. By Saving and Continuing, you get to save your place and come back at your leisure to complete the form from the same place.
An Abandoned Form feature is also available, with Partial Entries. Partial Entries are forms that have been partially entered but not fully submitted and have been left abandoned. Just like most e-commerce platforms, Gravity Forms has the abandoned form functionality via the Partial Entries Add-On.
Gravity forms does not have any form funnel analytics, making it difficult to see the effectiveness of your forms. Basic conversion rates and field optimization becomes a hurdle when you evaluate lead perfomance by referring channel.
Yes, Gravity Form is equipped with a Autoresponder feature, and it contains the settings for your notifications, e.g. the email field, email subject, and the body of your form.