Populate a Date field (or any text-based field) with a modified date based on the current date or a user-submitted date.
Easily add a pickup option for your store using Gravity Forms. Build a custom solution that doesn’t require a complicated eCommerce platform.
Discount your Gravity Form products if your form is completed before a certain date or specific amount of time before today’s date.
Use Gravity Perks to create all sorts of neat Gravity Forms examples on your WordPress website in just a few simple steps.
Replace the Gravity Forms datepicker with an inline datepicker to improve the mobile experience.
A simple method for linking two Date fields; the date selected in the first field becomes the minimum date selectable in the second.
Accurately calculate a customer’s age based on their date of birth.
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.
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).
Easily disable a large range of dates from being selectable using GP Limit Dates with this handy filter.
Charge a little extra if the user selects a delivery date that is within a certain time frame of the current date or a specific date in the future.
Use Gravity Forms conditional logic to determine if the entered date is a weekday or weekend. This can be used to show or hide fields, conditionally send notifications, or conditionally trigger a Gravity Forms add-on feed.
Schedule your Gravity Forms generated posts to be published at a future date. The scheduled date can be specified manually in the code or by the submitting user via Gravity Form Date and Time fields.