Gravity Forms Review
April 3, 2012 1 Comment
Not only was it hard to take care of how the forms should look like, but it was also very difficult to have to manage all the forms manually. I realized that it is taking a lot of time and that I needed to get a reliable plugin to do it for me and save me time.
I search over the net and I found a plugin that does exactly what I need. It’s called Gravity Forms. Gravity Forms is a WordPress plugin which lets you generate various forms that look really great without any coding at all. I know it sounds too good to be true, but it really is simple as it sounds.
What Makes Gravity Forms So Simple to Use
Gravity Forms makes your users submit their content effortlessly. They would no longer have to log in just to create posts. In a way, you get to save hours in creating the form, and they also save time in submitting their post.
Gravity Forms lets you create a specific schedule for your forms so that you would not have to remove it manually. You can set the start and end date as well as the limit of how many submissions you could accept.
While there are other plugins that would let you create forms, none of them are as functional and comprehensive as Gravity Forms. Rather than using different form plugins that clutter your website, you can just use Gravity Forms as your overall forms management plugin.
It’s possible that you would have trouble getting Gravity Forms to work if you have a Share-bar plugin that is activated, since it uses a Java Script code on all pages. However, you do not have to disable either plugin because you could reach out to their efficient support team and they will give you the script. All you need to do is copy and paste it in order to get Gravity Forms to work perfectly with Share-bar.
Gravity Forms Screenshots
What Makes Me Love Gravity Forms
Personally, what I like most about Gravity Forms is that the user interface is very easy to work with. You can easily create the form you want by dragging and arranging the elements. In just a couple of minutes, your form would be up and running.
Another thing I love about Gravity Forms is the fast installation, just like any other WordPress plugin. You will see a “Forms” menu right after you activate the plugin.
Now, there are different price ranges for Gravity Forms depending on the type of license availed – $39 for single use as a Personal License, $99 for five sites as a Business License, and lastly, the Developer License for unlimited sites costs $199.
At first, I did not want to spend too much money without trying the plugin first, so I just availed the license for one site. Once I saw that it worked perfectly on my site, I upgraded it to the developers license so I could use Gravity Forms on as many sites as I want.
My Final Impression on Gravity Forms
Gravity Forms is a fantastic must-have plugin that lets membership websites owners generate forms that they could easily manage to get more interaction in their websites.
You should see what convenience Gravity Forms provides by using it even on just one website you have. Besides, you could get a complete refund within 30 days if you encounter problems with it. On the other hand, you could easily upgrade your license once you see how great it is.