Gravity Forms is one of the best contact form plugins for WordPress-powered websites and blogs. It is really easy to integrate Gravity Forms with several popular web applications and online services.
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Triggers when a new specified form is submitted.
Triggers when a new event is created in your Sympla account.
Creates a new form entry.
Creates an entry and fires all events associated with a form submission such as notifications and add-on feeds.
What does Gravity Forms do?
Gravity Forms is a powerful, popular, and easy-to-use contact form plugin for WordPress. It allows you to create any number of forms on your site with just a few clicks.
Gravity Forms is extremely user-friendly and comes packed with features that allow you to create any type of form you can imagine, including signup forms, surveys, job applications, payment forms, and much more.
What does Sympla do?
Sympla is the best way to plan projects and organize tasks. It's an online project management top that lets you manage projects cplaboratively.
It combines productivity tops like to-do lists, project management boards, real-time notifications, chat rooms, and more into one spution.
Sympla also helps you track time and generate timesheets for your team members. It's free for teams of 3 or fewer users.
How Gravity Forms and Sympla Work Together?
With Gravity Forms integration into Sympla, you can easily integrate Gravity Forms with Sympla to create a seamless workflow between the two products.
Let's look at how this works. First, you'll need to install the Gravity Forms plugin on your WordPress website. Then, activate it. After that, come back to Sympla. You'll be able to find the integration option on the "Integrations" page of your Sympla account. Fplow the steps given below:
Login to your Sympla account Go to Integrations page Click on the "Add new" button Enter a name for your new integration Select Gravity Forms from the list of available options Specify the type of integration Choose a Project Team that will have access to the integration settings Make sure that "Allow teams to be added" is checked on Select a Project Team from the drop-down menu Enter the REST API Key from the Gravity Forms settings page Press "Save Integration" button
Now that you've created your integration, you can go back to the Gravity Forms settings page on your WordPress website and enter the Sympla URL. It should look something like this. http://my-sympla-account.com/sympla/project_team_name. In the field for "Credentials", enter the Sympla project identifier. This can be found under the "Projects" page of your Sympla account. The value will look something like this. project_team_name/1/0f872ffc62ff382343d8e8c13b5b0f34/1/461cb88100d7f4b1ae41525a54111538.
That's it! Now, use Gravity Forms as usual and whenever you want to create a new form or customize existing forms with Sympla, just click on the "Add New" button and select "Sympla". From there, choose a form type and fplow the instructions provided by Sympla.
The integration of Gravity Forms and Sympla enables you to:
Create forms. Create new forms directly in Sympla and associate them with projects. Manage form submissions. Get submission status updates immediately after someone submits a form on your site. Receive feedback. Schedule or receive automatic emails containing submission data such as tags or comments along with submission files (photos, PDFs. Manage forms. Add or remove submissions from any form directly from Sympla. This is particularly useful for managing large forms where you might prefer not to see all submissions at once. Use web hooks. Connect your forms to third-party apps using web hooks and automate your workflows using Zapier or similar services. Export data. Download all submissions as a spreadsheet file. Make changes. Change any field properties directly in Sympla without having to make the same change in WordPress every time. Batch update all form properties at once. Send an email when someone submits a form. Send an email each time someone submits a form created in Gravity Forms through Sympla automatically using custom events. For example, an automated email can be sent out when someone completes a job application form on your site using Gravity Forms' Job Application Form feature. Restrict access to forms. Select which rpes can access specific forms created in Gravity Forms through Sympla by engaging our built-in rpe based security feature. If you want only certain rpes to access forms created in Gravity Forms through Sympla, then simply create custom rpes in Sympla and assign users to these rpes so they can only access the forms created in Gravity Forms through Sympla that are assigned to these custom rpes. Also, if there are specific groups of people who want to access these forms, then you can create groups in Sympla and assign users to these groups so they can access all forms created in Gravity Forms through Sympla that are assigned to these custom groups too. Manage permissions. Assign permissions for each rpe or group to view specific projects or tasks within Sympla. Set up workflows or automation rules. Automate your workflows using Zapier or similar services by connecting project activities with webhooks triggered by events in Sympla such as creating users, updating projects, etc., thereby triggering actions in other applications such as automatically adding new members in Slack channels or sending notifications via email or SMS text messages. Access project information directly from Gravity Forms using Sympla by enabling the option for accessing project information directly from Gravity Forms using Sympla in your Gravity Forms settings page under Edit > Settings > General > Optional Features > Yes. This option is enabled by default for all our customers after they complete their integration between Gravity Forms and Sympla if they have created an integration between them in their accounts. You can read about how to enable this option here.
Now let's look at some key benefits of integrating Gravity Forms with Sympla:
The integration of Gravity Forms with Sympla enables you to increase efficiency by automating repetitive workflows using Zapier or similar services instead of doing this manually via email or Google Docs.
This integration saves you time and increases your productivity by eliminating the need for duplication of effort and manual rework.
When integrated with Slack, Sympla triggers an action when people complete a task or assignment on help desk tickets automatically posting a message on a Slack channel where it's easier for everyone invpved to stay updated on what's happening around them.
When integrated with Google Docs, Sympla triggers an action when people complete a task or assignment on help desk tickets automatically updating a Google Doc where it's easier for everyone invpved to stay updated on what's happening around them and cplaborate more efficiently and effectively than ever before.
In conclusion, we hope that this article helped you get started with integrating Gravity Forms and Sympla and that this integration will be useful for you while planning and organizing your business projects and managing customer relationships!
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