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5 Amazing Gravity Forms Add-Ons You’ve Never Heard Of

Written by Casey Burridge

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Gravity Forms is one of the most powerful and diverse form plugins for WordPress. There’s an entire ecosystem of plugins, and add-ons that revolve around Gravity Forms, giving you the ability to build complex and powerful applications.

In fact, by choosing the right combination of add-ons you can create just about anything! 

Style your forms with the click of a button, create advanced product forms, and export submissions to third-party programs. These are some of the powerful functionalities that Gravity Forms add-ons provide.

Remember – when it comes to choosing the right add-on, you should always prioritize developers who are certified by Gravity Forms. Why? Because Certified Developers are trusted by Gravity Forms for their high-quality add-ons and excellent support.

However, in this post, we’re going to highlight 5 Gravity Forms add-ons that you may not have heard of!

1. Gravity Forms WooCommerce Product Add-Ons

"Woo Product Add-Ons" on a purple background

Okay, so if you use WooCommerce, chances are you have heard of this add-on! But we still feel it deserves a spot on the list.

This Gravity Forms extension for WooCommerce allows you to create advanced product configuration forms that you can link to any of your WooCommerce products. Take advantage of Gravity Forms features like conditional logic, pricing fields, and user inputs to create a more customized checkout experience.

A product page called for donations with a Gravity Forms form with fields for the donation amount and name

Gravity Forms Product Add Ons is perfect for anyone who runs an online store and wants to set up more advanced product options and configurations. No matter how complex your product form is, only unique products will be added to the cart, while duplicates increment in quantity.

With this plugin, you also have full control over product pricing. You can either use the default WooCommerce pricing display or customize it depending on your product.

2. Gravity Forms Entries in Excel

The GravityView Mascot, Floaty, pointing to the "Gravity Forms Entries in Excel" logo

Gravity Forms Entries in Excel is a popular, free add-on that allows you to export Gravity Forms data to Excel via a direct download link. The plugin recently found a new home here at GravityView and we’re so excited to offer it to the Gravity Forms community!

Setting up the plugin is super quick and once you’ve configured your report, the download URL will automatically update to reflect new entries. 

The Gravity Forms entries in excel add-on download URL

You have the ability to customize the Excel file by removing unwanted fields and you can also restrict entries to a certain date range.

What’s even more exciting is the Pro version that we’re releasing soon! This will let you save your reports to Dropbox or FTP, download entries as a PDF and create multiple download URLs with different filters.

3. Event Tracking for Gravity Forms

The logo for the Event Tracking for Gravity Forms add-on

Developed by Ronald Heureca, this nifty add-on allows you to track events in Gravity Forms using Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, and Matomoto.

The Event Tracking for Gravity Forms add-on is available for free on WordPress.org. It has over 30,000 active installations and a wealth of positive reviews!

After installing and activating the plugin, hover over Forms in the left-hand menu and click on Settings. Next, click on the Event Tracking tab. 

Here you can choose how you want to track events. If you choose Google Analytics or Google Tag Manager, you’ll need to enter your UA Tracking ID.

The UA tracking ID on the "Event Tracking" settings page

Next, go to the Forms page in Gravity Forms, hover over the form you want to track, hover over Settings and click on Event Tracking. Click Add New to set up a new Event Tracking feed for your form.

Adding a new event tracking feed

Here you can set up event tracking by entering event details such as the category, label, value, etc. You can also enable conditional logic to process events according to the parameters that you set.

4. Surbma Divi & Gravity Forms

"Divi & Gravity Forms by Surbma" on a blue background

If you’re a Divi theme user, you’re going to love this next plugin. Divi & Gravity Forms by Surbma adds the Divi contact form styling to all of your Gravity Forms.

This is helpful for achieving a consistent look across your entire website without having to tinker with custom CSS.

After installing and activating the plugin, there are no settings to configure. It just works! It’s also extremely lightweight so you don’t have to worry about slowing down your site.

Here’s what a form in Gravity Forms usually looks like in the Divi theme:

A Gravity Forms form on the front end without any styling

And here’s what it looks like after activating the Divi & Gravity Forms plugin. 

A Gravity Forms form on the front end with Divi styles

As you can see, the fields inherit Divi’s default form styling and the submit button inherits Divi button styles, which can be changed globally in the Theme Customizer settings.

Along with aesthetics, the plugin also adds responsive styles to your forms, ensuring they look fantastic on a mobile device. Divi & Gravity Forms by Surbma is definitely one of the most underrated Gravity Forms add-ons.

5. Connector for Gravity Forms and Google Sheets

The plugin image for the "Connector for Gravity Forms and Google Sheets Add-on"

Have you ever needed to analyze your Gravity Forms data in Google Sheets?

Manually exporting data from Gravity Forms and importing it into Google Sheets can be time-consuming, so why not automate the process using this nifty plugin?

Connector for Gravity Forms and Google Sheets by CRM Perks allows you to instantly send data to Google Sheets every time a form is submitted.

After installing and activating the plugin, hover over Forms, click on Settings and then select the Google Sheets tab. Here you need to enter your Google Sheets API details. If you don’t know how to configure the API, follow the instructions on this screen.

The Gravity Forms Google Sheets Plugin Settings page

Next, go to your Google Drive and create a new Google Sheet with headers that correspond to each of your form’s fields. 

Now edit your form in Gravity Forms and create a new Google Sheets feed. Choose your sheet from the dropdown menu and map each of the form fields accordingly.

The "Google Sheets" dropdown, allowing you to select a sheet

When you’re finished, submit your form to check that everything is working. If it is, you should see your Google Sheet instantly populate with the data from your submission.

A Google Sheet showing data from a Gravity Forms entry

Gravity Forms Add-Ons: Final Thoughts

One of the things that make Gravity Forms so powerful is its extensibility. There are so many amazing add-ons out there that allow you to customize your website in ways you never would have imagined!

Reviewing each one of them would be almost impossible, so instead, we decided to highlight 5 lesser-known Gravity Forms add ons.

Whether it’s sending data to Google Sheets, changing your form styles, or enabling event tracking for form submissions, all of these plugins help to solve important problems and add value to the Gravity Forms ecosystem.

As a Certified Developer for Gravity Forms, we build robust plugins for Gravity Forms. Get GravityView today or check out our extensive range of plugins and extensions

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