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298 posts by Carl Hancock

  1. Gravity Forms Integration Comes to iThemes Sync

    iThemes Sync

    The team at iThemes have integrated support for Gravity Forms within their WordPress management plugin Sync.

    You can now view all of your forms and form entries across all of the sites you manage with Sync in one place.

    Find out more about Sync and its brand new Gravity Forms integration.

  2. Gravity Forms AWeber Add-On v2.0 Released

    Gravity Forms v2.0 is now available via automatic update. This is a major maintenance release that brings Gravity Forms Add-On Framework integration to the AWeber Add-On.
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  3. Gravity Forms User Registration Add-On v2.0 Released

    Gravity Forms User Registration Add-On v2.0 is now available via automatic update and the Add-On Downloads page. This is a major maintenance release.

    As with all WordPress updates we recommend users update as soon as possible. It is important to always keep WordPress, plugins and themes up to date as a matter of best practice.

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  4. Gravity Forms MailChimp Add-On v3.0 Released

    Gravity Forms MailChimp Add-On v3.0 is now available via automatic update and the downloads page.

    This is a major maintenance release that includes integration with the Gravity Forms Add-On Framework and an update to the MailChimp API.
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  5. Gravity Forms v1.8.19 Released

    Gravity Forms v1.8.19 is now available via automatic update and the customer downloads page. This is an important security and maintenance release.

    We recommend all users update as soon as possible. It is important to always keep WordPress, plugins and themes up to date as a matter of best practice.
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  6. Help Us Test Gravity Forms v1.9 And Get Swag!

    Gravity Forms Swag

    Help us beta test Gravity Forms v1.9 and get Gravity Forms swag and an extension of your Gravity Forms license for submitting bug reports!

    We just released Gravity Forms v1.9 Beta 3 and in order to encourage Gravity Forms users to test out the v1.9 Beta we are providing users who submit bug reports a 3 month extension of their Gravity Forms license for each confirmed bug.

    Along with an extension of your Gravity Forms license we will also send you some great swag as a thank you!

    In order to submit a bug report for Gravity Forms v1.9 you can use the Beta Support form. Be sure to include your Address in order to receive your swag.

    Please Note: The Gravity Forms swag you receive will depend on availability and size. The image above shows some of the great swag we currently have.
  7. Gravity Forms v1.9 Beta 3 Released

    Gravity Forms v1.9 Beta 3 is now available via automatic update and the customer downloads page.

    For support issues or bug reports for Gravity Forms v1.9 Beta 3 please submit your request via the Beta Support request form.

    For a complete rundown of everything that is new in Gravity Forms v1.9 please see the Beta 1 Release Announcement.

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  8. Gravity Forms Campaign Monitor Add-On v3.0 Released

    Gravity Forms Campaign Monitor Add-On v3.0 is now available via automatic update and the downloads page.

    This is a major maintenance release that includes integration with the Gravity Forms Add-On Framework and an update to the Campaign Monitor API.
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  9. Gravity Forms v1.8.18 Released

    Gravity Forms v1.8.18 is now available via automatic update and the customer downloads page. This is a maintenance release that also introduces new hooks for developers and updates to the Add-On Framework.

    We recommend all users update as soon as possible. It is important to always keep WordPress, plugins and themes up to date as a matter of best practice.
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  10. Five For WordPress

    Matt Mullenweg, the co-founder of the WordPress open source project, suggested that WordPress-centric companies should aim to utilize 5% of their company resources toward contributing back to the project in a blog post published at the end of September. It spurred a lot of conversation and some controversy in the WordPress community.

    What do we think of the idea? We think it's a great idea and we're going to find ways to do just that.

    Starting today we are moving forward with having the Gravity Forms support team contribute 5% of their time to contributing back to the WordPress project by assisting WordPress users on the WordPress.org support forums.

    Our user support team currently consists of Rob Harrell, Chris Hajer, Richard Wawrzyniak and Samuel Aguilera will devote 5% of their working hours to assisting users and helping make the WordPress.org support forums a better place.

    This is a first step towards Rocketgenius contributing to the WordPress project on a weekly basis. We plan on contributing to the WordPress project much more than this in the future and encourage other WordPress-centric businesses to do the same.

    In the grand scheme of things 5% is very little and we plan on contributing as a company much more in the future.