Accurately calculate a customer’s age based on their date of birth.
Populate entry data into any form with Gravity Forms Easy Passthrough.
Register multiple users to your WordPress site with a single form submission.
Adjust a product’s price based on the customer’s calculated age.
Calculate the number of days between two given date fields and populate this number into a field on the form.
Improve Gravity Forms validation errors for mobile users by automatically focusing on the first field with a validation error.
Calculate how much of a product is being ordered and dynamically set the unit price based on the calculated value. Useful for dimension-based calculations like square footage and volume.
A simple way to reload a Gravity Form in a modal when the modal is closed; resetting the form to it’s original state.
A simple method for linking two Date fields; the date selected in the first field becomes the minimum date selectable in the second.
A simple snippet to remove the price difference displayed next to each choice for Gravity Forms Option fields.
Limit dates to weekdays, weekends or any other group of days.
Require dates to be greater than or less than current date (a.k.a. future or past dates).
Finally, there is an easy way to create dynamic Gravity Forms confirmation pages for multiple forms, create permalinks for confirmation pages, and pass entry IDs anywhere. Thanks to GP Post Content Merge Tags, Gravity Forms confirmations are more powerful than ever!