After asking third-party developers for information on their products back in March, Gravity Forms just unveiled the latest additions for their community. Say hello to the Gravity Forms Add-on Directory and the Community Forums.
Add-On Directory & Forums
In fact, there were two reasons for starting the Add-on Directory. First, the official Gravity Forms add-ons may not provide the functionality needed for some special use cases. So the new directory is a kind of one-stop shop for (publishing and) discovering third-party add-ons. Second, the directory can be seen as a tribute to their community because it makes “Gravity Forms the powerhouse it is”. Developers can submit their add-ons via the submission form found on the community page. Note that you need an active GF license to access this form.
Also, they have launched their new community forums where users can help each other, post comments or participate in discussions.
Sneak Peek: In The upcoming v2.4, Gravity Forms will introduce new GDPR features including a user consent field and an integration with the WordPress Personal Data Export and Erase tools. Stay tuned!
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