Admin Columns Pro Gravity Forms GPL Features:
Gravity Forms Integration
Gravity Forms is one of the most popular Form management plugins for WordPress at this moment. Managing forms is one thing, but managing your submissions, is a second. Although Gravity Forms already provides similar features for their entries as Admin Columns, we believe that our Gravity Forms integration for Admin Columns Pro makes managing entries even easier.
Gravity Forms and Admin Columns
With the Gravity Forms integration for Admin Columns Pro, you’ll be able to manage your form entries with ease. Use our familiar column manager to display only the fields that you like. Create multiple column sets for different tasks or different users and easily find, sort, and even edit your entries right from the entry pages.
Inline and Bulk edit your Entries
Wouldn’t it be great to modify your entry data right from the overview? With our Inline Edit feature, you’ll be able to change it to whatever you like, without opening the entry detail page first. Simply click the pencil icon next to and change it to whatever you like.
Easily find entries with Smart Filtering
Although Gravity Forms already has a way to filter the data on the table based on a column, Smart Filtering allows you to search on multiple entry fields at once with more control. Here are some examples of what you can do with Smart Filtering
Search Entries within a specific date range
Search numeric fields within a range, or greater or less than a specific number
Search for exact matches within a text field or only parts of the string.
Export Entries to CSV
With Admin Columns it is possible to export the data that is available on the overview to a CSV file. And the best thing is, it will work together perfectly with the applied filters on the entry page and even takes sorting into account.
Multiple table views for Entries
With Admin Columns Pro it’s possible to create multiple column sets for the same entry overview. So instead of managing the columns each time when you want another view, you can now create multiple sets for different tasks and easily switch between those views with one click. And even when you want to show all available fields for your form, you can still fit all the fields on the screen with our Horizontal Scrolling feature.
When you have a lot of form fields, you probably end up with a lot of narrow columns on the list table. By default in WordPress, you’ll need a large screen to fit all these columns on the table. Or you’re already using the screen options to toggle the visibility of some columns to make it not too crowded. With our horizontal scrolling feature, this is no longer an issue. Simply enable horizontal scrolling and give your columns the width that is needed to display the data in a convenient way.
When you have a lot of entries (or posts) you might get lost on what data is in specific columns. With sticky headers, your headers stay visible so you can simply double-check what column you’re looking at.