Last December, we put on our pointiest wizard hats and reimagined what a Gravity Forms file uploader could be. The File Upload Pro beta was a huge success and it quickly claimed its place on the podium as our third most popular perk!
We didn’t leave it resting on its laurels though. We’ve been hard at work, packing and polishing a plethora of new powerhouse features for this picture-perfect plugin.
Today, we’re thrilled to announce the release of File Upload Pro 1.0!
Image and Cropping Constraints
Go full Goldilocks with your images and get the perfect fit. Use min/max/exact dimensions to ensure you’re accepting images that are not too small, not too big, but just right.
Don’t let a good image go bad due to a questionable auto-crop. Require the user to crop their images before the image is uploaded with full support for multi-image uploads.
Wave goodbye to giant images eating up your server space and useless misoriented photos requiring manual rotation. Uploaded images are auto-rotated and auto-optimized based on your cropping settings.
No more administrative guesswork. Let your users put their files in the perfect order with drag-and-drop file sorting.
Apply to New and Existing Fields
No need to create new fields on all of your forms. Save time and hassle by applying these features to existing File Upload fields, now with support for Single File Uploads!
New to File Upload Pro? You’re missing out on a modern file uploader that is easier to use, gives better feedback, and is jam-packed with professional features. Enhance your File Upload fields with image previews, file icons, and robust cropping options. Your users will appreciate the difference.
The best part? It works with existing File Upload fields and there’s no lock-in! Your fields will gracefully degrade back to core functionality if File Upload Pro is deactivated.
Ready to take File Upload Pro for a spin? It’s available now in your WordPress admin (Forms › Perks › Install Perks in your admin menu). Prefer to download it? Just log in to your Gravity Wiz account and go to your Downloads page.
Want to learn more about File Upload Pro? We’ve got demos, details, and some delightful documentation here: