Introducing Import Entries 2.0

Introducing Import Entries 2.0

We just released a major update to our Gravity Forms Entry Importer plugin. It has a new look—and is far more powerful.

We’ve been working on this update for ten months, and are really excited to share it with you!

To celebrate the release of 2.0, we are having a limited-time sale of Import Entries 🥳👇

Screenshot showing the Gravity Forms CSV import process, with a drop zone to upload spreadsheets.
The new Import Entries starting screen.

This new importer is a beast. 🐲

Our Gravity Forms Entry Importer plugin was the best option to import entries into Gravity Forms, but it was underpowered. It required a lot of resources when presented with large CSVs. It was a useful tool, but didn’t always hold up under load.

Using 2.0, we imported a CSV with 100,000 rows of public IRS data. Why? Because we could.

Jeff Goldblum in Jurassic Park saying "Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn't stop to think if they should."
We got a bit carried away while testing Import Entries and uploaded 100k entries…

When was the last time you needed to upload 100,000 entries into Gravity Forms? And have them imported as custom post types? Never?

Well, the next time you need to, know that you can with Import Entries 2.0.

New feature: Create a new Gravity Forms form by uploading your CSV.

One of the most frequent requests we had for Entry Importer was to enable users to create new forms from a CSV. This is now possible.

Upload your CSV and the Importer will create a form for you on the fly. Just tell the plugin what type of field you want each column to be, and you’re all set.

There is a whole lot more to Gravity Forms Entry Importer 2.0

There are lots of new features in the release. Check out some of the docs below, and don’t forget to purchase a license now for 20% off!

If you have any questions, please let us know.

We’re happy to answer any of your questions about Import Entries (or literally anything else you can think of!). Contact us using our chat/email bubble or email us directly.

Gravity Forms Import Entries Released

Learn more on the Gravity Forms Import Entries plugin page.

Oh haiExport Entries, meet Import Entries

Too long has Export Entries been alone in the dark, exporting CSV files without the hope of anyone being able to use them. No longer!

Conditional Logic

So you have a CSV file with 10,000 rows, and you only care about a small portion of those entries. What do you do? What. Do. You. Do?

Conditional Import

You use the new Conditional Import functionality to only import the entries you want.

File Uploads

You want to import the File Upload field content? Done.

Import Entry Notes

Entry Note Import
Never before has it been possible to import entry notes by CSV to Gravity Forms. Never in the history of humanity. Well, now it is. And it’s easy. And you can choose who the entry creator was by specifying the User ID.

Included in the GravityView Galactic License

The Import Entries plugin is available to everyone for $99.00, and is included in a Galactic license of GravityView.

  • Billed once per year until cancelled

  • Billed once per year until cancelled

  • Billed once per year until cancelled

  • Billed once per year until cancelled

Note: The Import Entries plugin does not require GravityView. Yes, it requires Gravity Forms. That just makes sense!