GravityView Gravity Forms DataTables Extension

DataTables

Display your Gravity Forms entries in a dynamic, live-updating table.

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GravityView has deeply integrated with DataTables, the best script for working for tabular data. Browse, filter, and sort entries with live updates.

This layout makes it simple to get to your data.

Our DataTables extension is perfect for running reports using Gravity Forms data on your WordPress site. It’s easy for users to narrow down the form data they want to see (using our powerful filtering tools) and then export.

  • Generate internal reports Many GravityView customers embed Views that use the DataTables layouts
  • Use it like a spreadsheet! DataTables integrates with the Math plugin to show live-updating calculations in table footers
  • Export to CSV or PDF With just a click, generate files that make it a breeze to share the search results
  • Print out the table with one click Nicely-formatted results look great when printed

This is a powerful and simple layout.

Limit access to specific users. Limit which users can see what data. Allow users to edit their own entries. Our DataTables plugin for Gravity Forms can do so much, and with no code. Choose which fields to display on the front-end from a Gravity Forms form and then click the Publish button. With the Buttons functionality, export your content into CSV, Excel, PDF or quickly print the results. DataTables export buttons Choose which columns to show or hide, making it easy to zoom in and out of the data you want to see. Choose which columns to see and hide Quickly drill down into the data you’re looking for by filtering your Gravity Forms entries with the GravityView Search Bar. Check out a DataTables demo

Site builders: We support DataTables extensions

We’ve integrated with many DataTables extensions, like FixedHeader, FixedColumns, Responsive, Scroller, Buttons.

Developers: Customize using filters

At GravityView, we believe developers should be able to override what they want. There are plenty of hooks to modify the DataTables experience, including the gravityview_datatables_js_options filter to modify the full JS object that’s passed to DataTables. See some example Gists.