Power Boost for Gravity Forms is a free WordPress plugin for Gravity Forms power users like me. I mostly run this plugin on local copies of sites to make my job easier, but the Local JSON and Replace Forms features help me deploy changes to Gravity Forms in production.
Adds a “Last Entry” column to the forms list
Indicates which forms are truly active
Adds a tab “Replace Forms” to the Import/Export page
Updates existing forms instead of creating duplicates
Adds a “Resend Feeds” button near the Resend Notifications button
Saves .json file exports of each form when forms are edited
wp-content/uploads/gf-json/. Override this path with the
gravityforms_local_json_save_path hook. Read the Local JSON announcement post →
Adds field IDs near labels when viewing or editing an entry in the dashboard
Adds field IDs near labels when editing forms
Thanks be to Dario Nem for suggesting this snippet from the Gravity Wiz toolbox.
Reveals long form names that get cut off in the form switcher dropdown
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This plugin is maintained on Github at https://github.com/csalzano/power-boost-for-gravity-forms/
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