Inventory levels up to beta 3 — and with it, brings new features and better integrations. Plus, more Dashboard Widget Controls, and the perfect antidote to spam.
For our 150th edition, we dive into why we’re so excited about GP QR Code, explore custom Gravity Forms notifications, and provide discounted access to Legal Signing by ForGravity.
Advanced Calculations turns 1.0, Netalys builds a daily salt intake calculator using Gravity Perks, and other sweet, suite highlights.
Notification (Re)Scheduler 1.2, send spam where it belongs, and Populate Anything’s automation alchemy.
This week, we’re dedicating the newsletter to our blog and its best free resources, plus two brand new free plugins!
More love for Page Transitions, faster inventory is better inventory, and how Verifyi9 uses automation to scale business growth.
Become a merge tags master! Plus, full name search & URL-based filtering for Entry Blocks, and how ZeeDesign brewed a potent perk-filled potion for the ages.
New, sorcerous spellcraft within. Get early access to a new perk for Page Transitions, plus Limit Checkboxes receives a Libertarian tweak.
Our most sorcerous Q1 highlights, bonus features for Entry Blocks, and custom child entries for Nested Forms.
No April Fools jokes here — these spells are all real. New WordPress Dashboard widgets, a new Filters block for Entry Blocks, new translations for Better User Activation, and more.
New ways to export Nested Forms, column sorting & new integrations for Entry Blocks, and require min or max characters on any Gravity Forms field.
Enchanting updates to GP Entry Blocks, show “claimed” inventory using GP Inventory, and how to make a solid first impression with your users.
You’ve been asking for an easier way to display and edit Gravity Forms entries on the frontend for years. Our answer has arrived.
This week’s focus is on proven solutions to real-world problems. Featuring an all-star lineup of Easy Passthrough, Populate Anything, Address Autocomplete, and Notification Scheduler.
Notification (Re)Scheduler, sorcerous compatibility updates, there and back again: a snippet’s tale, and create tiny mailing lists!