Entries to Google Sheet has launched! 🎂
I built a WordPress plugin that saves a copy of all Gravity Forms entries in a Google Sheet as they are received. Entries to Google Sheet is the glue between your Gravity Form and a Google Sheet.
If you want to skip the backstory, read no further:
- An add-on for Gravity Forms
- Does not demand access to your entire Google Drive
- Still works if the form is edited
- Still works after rearranging or inserting columns in the Sheet
- Supports edits, deletes, & restores from trash
- Single-site licenses available for $79
- No recurring fees
- Full feature list
- Frequently Asked Questions
Not a Gravity Forms user? Please, tell me which form builder you want to connect to Google Sheets.
This plugin exists because I need it. I paid a service hundreds of dollars to connect Gravity Forms and a Google Sheet, and the product was a massive disappointment. It broke if the Sheet was edited, and it required that I log back in and remap fields if the form was edited. This meant it was always broken! Before I got zapped with another bill, I began writing this plugin.
- ☑️ Never map fields, not even once
- ☑️ Allow the Sheet to be touched
This was it–two killer features I decided I had to have. So, I built them. I’ll never forget the gasp from a client when I told her, “you can add your own columns to the Sheet now and it’ll just work.”
This is GPLv3 software & I’m selling it without a recurring fee.
Does a one-time fee mean the licenses are “lifetime?”
I am not using the word lifetime, because I don’t want to mislead anyone into thinking I am providing free updates forever regardless of how Google Sheets and Gravity Forms change.
I expect there will be updates, but there is no roadmap. This plugin does what it says on the tin. If Google relaunches Sheets and breaks Entries to Google Sheet, I make no guarantee that I’ll provide a new version of the plugin.
I don’t expect Google to abandon the v4 Sheets or Drive APIs anytime soon, and we all expect Gravity Forms to continue supporting add-on developers. Both of these services are dependencies, however. Building on top of both platforms has been exciting, and I plan to use Entries to Google Sheet for years.
Thank you, Matt Medeiros, for encouraging donations to Big Orange Heart & offering plugin reviews in exchange. I jumped in with a small mountain of work remaining, and it was the perfect motivation to attack the TODO list. I wouldn’t have seen the tweet if Liam Dempsey hadn’t shared it, so thanks, Liam.
I’m also thankful for CPOSC, or Central Pennsylvania Open Source Conference for holding a virtual 2020 event. I watched a session with Carl Spataro, VP of Legal at Elastic, and his presentation helped me understand how to license this project that depends on/ships with the Google PHP API Client library. (GPLv2 is not compatible with Apache License 2.0, but GPLv3 is!)
- The plugin is ready for Gravity Forms 2.5. I’ve tested and tweaked it with the 2.5 beta, and I love the new look coming soon to all Gravity Forms users. See screenshot.
- Record, edit, & upload a video to help users connect their sites to Google
- Continue talking about my new product and listen to anyone who engages. Let’s chat. I’m @salzano on twitter, or you can start an email conversation with this contact form.