Gravity Forms Gutenberg Addon GPL
With the introduction of version 5.0, the team at WordPress has released the Gutenberg plugin as their default editor. If you install WordPress from this point forward or update your existing version, you’ll see the classic editor has been replaced with the Gutenberg editor.
Since WordPress 5.0 removed the classic editor, you’ll notice the Add Forms button that embeds a Gravity Form has been removed. But do not worry! There are a few ways you can use Gutenberg with Gravity Forms. There are three methods to add a Gravity Form to a page or post:
Want to be notified when an order is placed via an order form? Need to know when a Request A Quote form is submitted? This is now possible using the Gravity Forms Twilio SMS Add-On.
Easily configure any online form to automatically send you an SMS notification message when a form is submitted using the Gravity Forms Twilio Add-On. Simply install the add-on, connect your Twilio account with Gravity Forms, and then enter the phone number you’d like to use to receive the form notification SMS messages.
Implement Conditional Logic
The Twilio Add-On works with Gravity Forms’ built-in conditional logic functionality, enabling you to set conditions on form submissions. Only send an SMS message if the conditions are met, giving you control over the notifications you receive.
Here are just a few of the many features that you will find with the Gravity Forms Twilio Add-On…
- Customize the SMS Notification Message – The Twilio Add-On gives you full control over the SMS message you receive. Use static text or merge tags to dynamically generate your notification message to ensure the information you need is included in the SMS.
- Use a URL Shortener – Integrate with the Bitly API to automatically shorten links sent in your SMS message.
- Gravity Forms Payment Add-Ons – The Twilio Add-On integrates with all Gravity Forms payment Add-Ons. Only receive an SMS notification after payment has been confirmed.