Consider this scenario:
a) Your site uses multipage Gravity Forms.
b) Your user logs in to the site and starts filling up a 5-step form.
c) During the 3rd step, the user leaves without completely finishing the form.
d) Some days later, the user comes back and logs in to see that his inputs are all gone!
This happens because Gravity Forms by default does not save partially submitted forms.
Our plugin resolves this issue. Simple!
- Data can be saved automatically every 10 seconds via AJAXs.
- Disable persistence on a per field bases. Good for sensitive information you don’t want saved.
- Can now persist data for guest users based on a cookie ID.
- Only 1 persistent form can be on a page.
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- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Choose the required persistent settings on the individual form settings page.
- Do I need to pay for this plugin as we do for Gravity Forms?
No, this is an absolutely free add-on.
- Do you have any client support?
We don’t provide a dedicated support, but we will try our best to reply you back.
If there is a specific feature you would like to sponsor, you can email me directly at: me at robertiseley dot com
Contributors & Developers
“Gravity Forms Data Persistence Add-On Reloaded” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
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- No persist bug fixed.
- Changed saving hook from ‘gform_post_submission’ to ‘gform_after_submission’
- Added feature to persist data for guest users.
- Fixed conflict with when other gravity forms are on page.
- Added ‘gfdp_ajax_interval’ filter to change ajax submission frequency.
- Added ‘Purge’ ability to allow admins to delete persistent data on demand.
- Persistence data can now “time out” after a set duration. This uses the WordPress Transient API.
- Fixed bug checking for empty variable when it always has one. Now persistence checking looking for ‘off’ also.
- Fixed bug on not saving persistence data during submit with “clear” not enabled.
- Fixed backward compatibiltiy bug with multiple entries feature.
- Added ajax save on 10 second timer. Will add custom timer in future. Sponsored by Letterquick.com
- Add a “No Persist” setting for form feilds. Found under the “Advanced” tab for each fields settings. Sponsored by Letterquick.com
- Changed variable names for uniformity. Still calling old variables for upgrade compatiblity.
- Persistent data call has been added to the first page only.
- Added an option to clear persistence for a user after they have submitted the form.
- Prepended functions names per wordpress.org’s request to avoid conflicts with other plugins.
- Removed sql delete query in favor of using GF’s class method.
Copy of orginal plugin by asthait