You shouldn’t buy this!

In 2021, Gravity Wiz contracted me to fork this plugin. Since then, they’ve launched Gravity Perks Google Sheets, and you should buy that instead. It’s way better, and I helped build it. Check out the software I offer now or hire me to build the plugin you need at I am listed on the Gravity Wiz Recommended Developers page.

Corey Salzano

Version 2.0.0 Now Available

Hello. Corey here, creator of Entries to Google Sheet, the best Gravity Forms to Google Sheets integration that supports edits. I have improved the product! 🥳 But first, I’d like to thank you again for supporting open source software. If you’d like to talk about this plugin or another software need, I’d love to chat.

Summary of Updates

  • Entries to Google Sheet is now a feed-type add-on.
  • The first feed version is 2.0.0. Starting today, all license purchases will receive this version. All existing customers have access to the new version from their Purchase History.
  • 2.0.0 is not backwards-compatible. Existing customers should read this Migration Guide.
  • The installation guide and screenshots have been updated for version 2.0.0.

Entries to Google Sheet is Now a Feed-Type Add-On

This was the most common request from users, so I rewrote the plugin to make it happen. The biggest differences between regular add-ons and feed-type add-ons are:

  • Gravity Forms provides the Active/Inactive switch to enable feeds. Toggling the connection on and off is more intuitive because the switch is provided by Gravity Forms instead of the plugin.
  • Multiple feeds can be configured for the same form. You can now connect a single form to multiple Google Sheets.

Thanks for reading!

If there is another form builder that you’d like to connect to Google Sheets, please tell me on this page: Vote for Your Favorite Form Builder

See you at a WordCamp soon,
Corey Salzano
@breakfastcodes @salzano