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    You could do this by adding a function for the post templates to fetch user_id and get the email and then make a custom merge tag that then can be embedded in the page where the form is loaded.

    If that isn’t viable you can pass the post ID where the form was used, create a function to use one of gravity forms event functions to run similar logic and send a custom email notice that way.

    Gravity forms has documentation on creating custom notifications already just a matter of having the Post ID as a value in the form entry to then use.

    I would explore gravity flow since it also gives some extended capabilities that could almost take care of this for you.

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    This is done using GravityForms User Registration Module.

    You’ll set the option to create the user if no email or user exists. Then when the person submits a entry it would register them. There’s a few modifications to this extension that extend the capability to allow auto sign in. I would explore under GravityWiz website for this feature or explore the Github to find something that will do the trick.

    Another option is to have no user registration and use another page called “Edit” and have the same form loaded but utilize GravityWiz populate entry into the form (where it will auto populate the form data when the Entry ID is submitted) and when the click submit and it will update it.

    Hope this helps. I’ve used this approach before for user profiles when creating a GravityForms driven portal.

    Gravity View does support editing entries as well if you utilize this feature. I haven’t been a big fan of it though since the styling is typically different and bugs out with some third party extensions that extend field capabilities. But nonetheless they did add it. Another note, I found that the GravityView Edit View also had some security keys to prevent unathorized access, so sharing a url may not work as easily like the other method I mentioned above could provide.

    Hope this helps someone.

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    This can be done with GravityWiz Post Content Feature.

    You would pass the Entry ID as a Gravity Form submission redirect (settings for the form) and pass the parameter to a page you created with the GravitWiz short codes and the merge tags.

    You can use the gravityforms conditional short code to display sections of templates content with the appropriate merge tag fields.

    https://gravitywiz.com/documentation/gravity-forms-post-content-merge-tags/

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Some ideas come to mind...

    Using the gravity forms quiz function or even simple multi choice / checkbox answers you create a form

    Then create a simple view and you could setup another form that auto delete submissions and use it for your searching feature.
    - this form would redirect with Entry ID and then load the gravity view you had created previously. If it was successful it would show the entry or if it wasn’t it would ya not found and try again.

    If the view is too much of a hassle GravtiyWiz has a feature that allows for populating entry onto a page content using the Private EID as they refer to it. This would give another way of not revealing a entry ID some security concerns in knowing the exact record ID. To populate a WP Page with the merge tags.

    https://gravitywiz.com/documentation/gravity-forms-post-content-merge-tags/

    I’ve done this in the past for a large student portal.

    Make sure you have logical URL structures and thoroughly test the urls with either EID (gravity wiz) or using entry IDs with gravity view.

    Best of luck!

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Try using GravityFlow > Discussion Fields.

    It keeps the reply’s to the single entry and is easy to load in using there merge tag.

    We’ve used this in the past for reply’s or ticket issues.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Try this one I just found. I remembered seeing it based on your question

    https://codecanyon.net/item/slim-image-cropper-for-gravity-forms/19606752

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    You can unload the CSS by using a PHP function that conditionally unloads CSS and even JS by gravity view ID.

    Used this a few times on some projects to remove conflicts.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Can’t you export and then reimport keeping the settings?

    Just a thought....

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    This would be a game changer.

    If we can use a special SQL calculation in the code for computing the LAT & LONG instead of a Google Maps API by address that would be great!

    Maybe if LAT and LONG are provided use the sql spatial function and if not use the api from google maps.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    This will do the trick via CSS3. Target the column and each table row.

    I did this for a project a year ago that record the incremental number to be shown.

    https://www.w3schools.com/csSref/pr_gen_counter-increment.asp

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