What does it do?
This plugin allows you to send tailored emails to users that have filled out a form that contains an email field. Use merge tags in the email body to personalize the content based on the details of their submission.
- Email all users that have submitted a form entry.
Easily send emails to a list directly through WordPress.
- Supports multiple email fields.
Set different email fields as recipient and BCC.
- Use merge tags in email body.
Use content from the form entry in the message.
- Automatic updates.
Get updates and the latest features right in your dashboard.
- Awesome support.
We’re here to help! And we mean it.
How do I enable this functionality?
How It Works
Gravity Forms Email Users pulls all email addresses from a form’s entries and gives you a simple interface to build and send a mass email. Emails are sent using core WordPress functionality. Sending hundreds of emails is a breeze! If you need to send thousands of emails, you’ll probably want to explore a more robust marketing service.
Working with Role Management Plugins
By default, the admin user role will automatically be assigned the
gravityperks_gwemailusers capability, however, if you have a role management plugin activated, this will not happen automatically.
Instead, You will need to manually assign the capability to your user role.
To do this:
- Visit the user role editor page (usually found in the Users admin menu).
- Find and add the
gravityperks_gwemailuserscapability to the appropriate user role.
Why aren’t my emails sending?
If GP Email Users is reporting that everything is okay, but your emails are not being sent successfully, first contact your hosting provider to confirm that there are no issues with your server’s mail configuration.
How can I improve my email reliability?
The built-in WordPress mail function relies on PHP to send emails, which can result in emails ending up in spam folders. PHP mail wasn’t designed for mass or marketing email, and some of its technical shortcomings cause email servers to be suspicious.
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