1-Day Only: Black Friday Sale

While everyone else is out buying $99 TVs that they don't need, why not pick up that Gravity Forms license you've had your eye on for 50% off?

You might be thinking "Wow. I can't remember the last time I saw a sale for Gravity Forms". That's probably because in the 8 years that Gravity Forms has been revolutionizing the way you create forms on your WordPress site, even we can't remember the last time we offered a sale like this.

Gravity Forms Black Friday Sale

Starting Friday, we're offering 50% off all licenses. Yeah, that's right; Basic Licenses are $29.50, Pro Licenses are $79.50, and Elite Licenses are $129.50. Same great product, same great support, insane deals.

What's The Catch?

We're not a fan of the sneaky stuff, so we won't make you squint at the fine print.

This deal is only available to new customers. If you have an existing license, you won't be able to take advantage of this deal (but we still love you, if that's any consolation).

All renewals will occur at regular price. Don't worry, if you want to cancel after the promotional period, you can do so directly from within your account at any time. Like I said, we hate the sneaky stuff.

 

Want To Try It First?

So you bought the cheap $99 TV last Black Friday and really wish you would have been able to see the picture quality first? We've all been there. Give take Gravity Forms for a spin on your own personal demo first. After you fall in love (and we know you will), come back here to pick up the deal. Yes, we're that confident.

Gravity Forms Black Friday Deal

 

Stripe Add-On Updated To 2.3.2

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A minor bugfix for the Stripe add-on has been released which fixes an issue where the card type validation message would contain "false" in some situations. While the issue is fairly rare and will not likely occur for the overwhelming majority of users, it's always a good idea to update.

Not yet using the Stripe add-on? Check it out. It's our personal favorite way to accept payments on any form.

Pipe Video Recording Add-On v1.0.1 Released

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We've released a small update to the Pipe video recording add-on today. This small maintenance release includes the following:

Previously, the Pipe video field was displaying a JSON string instead of the recorded video URL when using the {all_fields} merge tag. As of version 1.0.1, this has been fixed and will display the correct video URL.

Haven't had a chance to try out the new Pipe video recording add-on yet? It's pretty cool. You can use it to record videos and submit them with your form submissions. By utilizing a video recorder directly within your form, visitors to your WordPress site can now submit recorded video with ease.

Gravity Forms v2.3 Beta 3 Released

Gravity Forms v2.3 Beta 3 is now available via the downloads page. It is only available via automatic update if you previously installed Gravity Forms v2.3 Beta 1 or 2.

Version 2.3 is a feature release that includes a variety of enhancements and improvements. A complete rundown of the features, enhancements, and changes can be found below.

This is the first time Gravity Forms has ever made such a major change to the database schema so we want to ensure that every site is upgraded successfully without any loss of entry data. To avoid potential issues we advise all customers to test this version before the final release and report any issues.

Now is the time for 3rd party developers and customers who have implemented customizations that may be impacted by these changes to be testing and readying changes in preparation for the final release of Gravity Forms v2.3 via automatic update.

Gravity Forms v2.3 Highlights

  • Improved accessibility: tabindex attribute is now suppressed unless enabled via the shortcode or gform_tabindex filter.
  • Select All choice added to Checkbox Field to easily select/deselect all choices.
  • Multiple form export files can now be imported at once using the Import/Export tools.
  • Introduced support for OpenSSL encryption.
  • Deprecated support for Mcrypt encryption.
  • Added Notifications setting for defining CC email to Email Notification. Enabled using the new gform_notification_enable_cc filter.
  • Updated the included Chosen JS library for the enhanced Drop Down field UI to the latest version.

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Gravity Forms Sponsors WordCamp US + Free Tickets

As you may already know, we at Gravity Forms truly believe in supporting the community that supports us. Without the WordPress community, we simply wouldn't exist. That's why this year we're proud to announce that we're sponsoring WordCamp US.

I (Jeff Matson) will be in attendance to answer any Gravity Forms questions you might have. Don't be afraid to approach me and have a quick chat. I usually even have extra Gravity Forms goodies in my bag. 😉

How do you find me? Easy.

  • My tweets usually reveal my location.
  • Big red beard.
  • WordPress tattoos.
  • Decked out in Gravity Forms gear.

Want A Free Ticket?

We have 3 extra tickets available for grabs. Tweet using the hashtag #ILoveGravityForms to tell us why you love Gravity Forms and we'll pick our favorites.

Please be sure to attend if you get a ticket from us. We don't want to take an opportunity away from someone else if you're not going to attend.

See you in Nashville!

Gravity Forms CLI Add-On v1.0 released

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Gravity Forms CLI v1.0 is now available in the WordPress plugin repository. This release marks the graduation of the add-on from beta after over a year of iterative feature releases.

The CLI allows users to manage forms, entries and notifications on the command line. It supports import and export for both forms and entries and will resend notifications for individual entries. It also provides a way to install and update the latest hotfixes for Gravity Forms and all official add-ons. Hotfixes are frequent releases that are otherwise only available as downloads and are not deployed via auto-update.

The CLI Add-On is intended to be used by power-users, developers, managed WordPress hosts and system administrators and requires WP-CLI to be installed on the site.

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Gravity Forms User Registration v3.8 Released

Gravity Forms User Registration Add-On v3.8 is now available via automatic update and the downloads page. This is a bug fix, maintenance and developer focused release.

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Introducing Gravity Forms Basic, Pro and Elite

For the first time in 8 years, Gravity Forms is introducing 3 new pricing plans: Basic, Pro, and Elite.

What about the Personal, Business and Developer License?

If you already own an active Personal, Business or Developer License your current license will be grandfathered. Your license will not change. The add-ons you have access to will not change. The level of support you receive will not change. You will continue to receive a Personal, Business or Developer License.

Most importantly: existing customer renewal pricing will not change.

If you do not currently own an active Personal, Business or Developer License you will be able to purchase one of the new Gravity Forms pricing plans below.
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Gravity Forms v2.3 Beta 2 Released

Gravity Forms v2.3 Beta 2 is now available via the downloads page. It is only available via automatic update if you previously installed Gravity Forms v2.3 Beta 1. Version 2.3 is a feature release that includes a variety of enhancements and improvements. A complete rundown of the features, enhancements, and changes can be found below.
This is the first time Gravity Forms has ever made such a major change to the database schema so we want to ensure that every site is upgraded successfully without any loss of entry data. To avoid potential issues we advise all customers to test this version before the final release and report any issues.
Now is the time for 3rd party developers and customers who have implemented customizations that may be impacted by these changes to be testing and readying changes in preparation for the final release of Gravity Forms v2.3 via automatic update.

Gravity Forms v2.3 Highlights

  • Improved accessibility: tabindex attribute is now suppressed unless enabled via the shortcode or gform_tabindex filter.
  • Select All choice added to Checkbox Field to easily select/deselect all choices.
  • Multiple form export files can now be imported at once using the Import/Export tools.
  • Introduced support for OpenSSL encryption.
  • Deprecated support for Mcrypt encryption.
  • Added Notifications setting for defining CC email to Email Notification. Enabled using the new gform_notification_enable_cc filter.
  • Updated the included Chosen JS library for the enhanced Drop Down field UI to the latest version.
read more

Gravity Forms CLI v1.0-RC-1 Released

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Gravity Forms CLI v1.0 Release Candidate 1 is now available in the WordPress plugin repository.

The CLI allows users to manage forms, entries and notifications on the command line. It supports import and export for both forms and entries and will resend notifications for individual entries. It also provides a way to install and update the latest hotfixes for Gravity Forms and all official add-ons. Hotfixes are frequent releases that are otherwise only available as downloads and are not deployed via auto-update.

The CLI Add-On is intended to be used by power-users, developers, managed WordPress hosts and system administrators and requires the WP-CLI to be installed on the site.

This is likely to be the last version before the final release so we encourage all users to send in their feedback now.

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