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Love that users can edit their own submitted entries. But what if you want to prevent them from seeing other entries at all? When specifying "make visible only to ..." would it be possible to add an option that meant a user could log in and only see his own submission?1 vote
Thanks for submitting the idea – I’m happy to report that it’s already possible using the Advanced Filtering extension that’s included with Interstellar and Galactic licenses.
Check out this how-to article: https://gravityview.co/support/documentation/200910459/
Entry IDs increment with each new submission. GravityView allows a user to see an entry's ID (in the URL when directly linked), therefore an observant user can identify the total number of entries. Additionally, they can identify how many entries have been submitted within a certain span of time, given two or more and knowledge of the dates they were submitted.
This is not really acceptable in a business environment when entries correspond to orders placed. This information provides too much insight into a company's sales volume. We should have the ability to keep this information hidden from the user.1 vote
Thank you for this idea and the very good points you make it it.
I just wanted to make sure you were aware that this functionality was added in Version 1.4 in late October.
Have the ability to place a field that will play an embedded audio file that is uploaded via File Upload in Gravity Forms. Currently is just links to an audio file and play in a separate window.1 vote
Thanks for the suggestion – this was added in Version 1.2 in October.
Add an option to limit how much info is displayed.
I would like to show 6 – 8 lines and then have a way for the viewer to click a “view more” link to expand the info.1 vote
I wish to have the ability to create views that are filtered for specific field. For instance, I have entries that show courses of A, B, C. I wish to create a view that shows ONLY (A) entries, and another view that shows ONLY (B) entries, and so on so forth.1 vote
This is now possible using the Advanced Filtering extension: https://gravityview.co/extensions/advanced-filter/
Read how here: https://gravityview.co/support/documentation/200910459/
Thanks for the suggestion!
I have conditional logic that hides/displays certain fields in my Gravity Form. I would like the option to have empty fields hidden on the single entry page too.1 vote
The next update will add the ability to hide empty fields. Thanks for your idea!
Encrypting "mailto"-Links, so spam robots can't crawl it.1 vote
Thanks for the idea – this has been implemented in the next update!
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