Power Boost for Gravity Forms

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.

Feature List

Each feature is showcased in a screenshot below.

  1. Adds ‘Last Entry’ column to forms list to indicate which forms are actually used
  2. Adds a feature called Local JSON that maintains .json file exports of each form when forms are edited and allows forms to be updated by loading their .json files. Local JSON works similarly to ACF and enables forms to be put into version control with themes or plugins. Read the Local JSON announcement post β†’
  3. Adds field IDs to the left of labels when viewing or editing an entry in the dashboard
  4. Adds a Resend Feeds button near the Resend Notifications button when viewing an entry
  5. Reveals long form names that Gravity Forms 2.5 cuts off in the form switcher dropdown
  6. Adds a tab Replace Forms to the Import/Export page that updates existing forms instead of creating duplicates

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Screenshots

1. Adds ‘Last Entry’ column to forms list to indicate which forms are actually used

Screenshot of the Gravity Forms list of forms. An additional column labeled “Last Entry” contains timestamps.

2. Adds a feature called Local JSON that maintains .json file exports of each form when forms are edited and allows forms to be updated by loading their .json files. Local JSON works similarly to ACF and enables forms to be put into version control with themes or plugins. Read the Local JSON announcement post β†’

Screenshot of the Local JSON tab of a form’s settings page. Shows a Load button that updates a form based on its companion .json file. Also shows a file path where the .json files for each form are stored and maintained when forms are edited.

3. Adds field IDs to the left of labels when viewing or editing an entry in the dashboard

Screenshot of a single Gravity Forms entry. An arrow points to a field ID number that appears to the left of a field name.

4. Adds a Resend Feeds button near the Resend Notifications button when viewing an entry

Screenshot of a single Gravity Forms entry. An arrow points to a Resend Feeds button near the Resend Notifications button.

5. Reveals long form names that Gravity Forms 2.5 cuts off in the form switcher dropdown

Screenshot of the form selector drop down. It has been widened to display long form names rather than cut them off.

6. Adds a tab Replace Forms to the Import/Export page that updates existing forms instead of creating duplicates

Screenshot of the Import/Export page that shows a new tab called Replace Forms.

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This plugin is maintained on Github at https://github.com/csalzano/power-boost-for-gravity-forms/

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