The folks at WPForms recently introduced a series of new features for their intuitive, user-friendly drag & drop WordPress form builder. Say hello to Stripe recurring payments, Gutenberg Blocks, and new NPS survey templates.
Stripe Recurring Payments
Now you can use WPForms to accept recurring online payments using Stripe. This was a very popular feature request to be added to their popular Stripe Addon.
Let’s have a look at the new features:
- New recurring payment icon to distinguish recurring from one-time payments
- Easy payment management via WordPress dashboard
- Payment value & recurring schedule details
- Links to Stripe Transaction ID, Subscription ID, and Customer ID
- Stripe account with form entry data Form ID, Entry ID & Entry URL: Find out from which form payments were made
- New recurring payment settings: Plan name, recurring period, and customer name
- Conditional logic option: Allow customers to choose between one-time and recurring payments
Gutenberg Blocks & NPS Survey
WPForms is already fully integrated with the Gutenberg content editor, which will officially be released with WordPress 5.0.
Also, they created a couple of new Net Promoter Score (NPS) survey templates for users to get a pulse on customers and their loyalty.
As an icing on the cake, WPForms introduced conditional form confirmations.