Introducing Gravity Forms Feed Forge

Feed Forge makes it easier than ever to process feeds on existing Gravity Forms entries to do things like send form submissions to a spreadsheet, or turn them into new users.

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Gravity Forms Feed Forge is a free plugin that takes existing Gravity Forms entries and processes feeds for those entries in bulk, with a click.

Why is this useful?

Feeds provide the ability to send information to an add-on or external service each time a form is submitted and allow you to customize the way your form will notify that external service. They’re a critical part of how Gravity Forms communicates with 3rd party add-ons and integrations. 

But there wasn’t a well-supported way to manually send submission data you’ve already gathered to an external service or add-on! (Until now, hehe.)

Bulk feed processing with a click

We noticed you wanted to take large numbers of Gravity Forms entries and process forge feeds for those entries to do things like:

  • Send previous form submissions to a newly created spreadsheet (with GP Google Sheets).
  • Use the Webhooks add-on to process feeds into another service.
  • Turn older form submissions into new user registrations (ex. w/ the User Registration add-on).
  • Generate new CRM contacts out of entries with plugins like ActiveCampaign.
  • Send file information to a storage service (ex. Dropbox Add-On).

Here’s a practical scenario from us. We’re hiring a content writer right now. We have a form full of hundreds of applicants. We didn’t wire it up with GP Google Sheets (whoops), but we’d like to get that data inside a spreadsheet now. Using GF Feed Forge, I’ll simply process feeds now so they go to a new Google Sheet and begin reading through them. 

Feed Forge can work its magic with any feed-based add-on, excluding Payment add-ons.

Forge ahead, it’s free! 

Feed Forge allows you to hammer out high volume data processing to any feed-based add-on with ease. We mentioned it’s totally free, right?

This is a brand new plugin. We’re hungry for your feedback and ideas. Feel free to take it for a spin and let us know if you have new ideas we can… forge into future releases. 😉


    1. Samuel Bassah
      Samuel Bassah Staff May 3, 2024 at 9:01 am

      Hi Menachem,

      I just did multiple tests to confirm the issue you’re reporting, but I wasn’t able to recreate it. We’ll need more information on this to recreate it before we can work on a fix.


    1. Samuel Bassah
      Samuel Bassah Staff May 2, 2024 at 4:45 am

      HI Brian,

      You’re welcome. Hopefully this is useful to you too.


  1. Shawn Diehl
    Shawn Diehl April 30, 2024 at 6:08 pm

    Thank you for this functionality.

    I think that this is exactly [!] what I have been looking / hoping for … to process previous form submissions to a newly created spreadsheet (with GP Google Sheets).

    G-Wiz rocks!

    1. David Smith
      David Smith Staff May 1, 2024 at 1:08 pm

      Yes, Shawn! This was the exact use case that motivated us to bring this plugin to life. Our previous solution was provided by a 3rd-party developer that was not longer supporting the plugin so we made our own. 😄

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