Keep a log of changes your team does in Gravity Forms
Gravity Forms is one of the most popular form builder plugins for WordPress. By using it, you can create any kind of web form that you want, from a simple contact form to a more complicated one such as a payment form — Gravity Forms makes the process simple.
Forms created with Gravity Forms allow your business prospects to contact you, make payments, subscribe to services and do much more. Therefore, it is vital to keep a log of the changes that you and your team do to the website forms and the Gravity Forms plugins. Logs eliminate guesswork when there are problems, improve user accountability and are also required by compliance regulations online businesses need to adhere to.
Start keeping a log of changes in the Gravity Forms plugin, the forms, entries (leads) and other objects with the WP Activity Log.
Introducing the #1 WordPress activity log plugin
WP Activity Log is an easy to use yet most comprehensive WordPress activity log plugin. It is the #1 user-rated activity log plugin for WordPress and it is installed on more than 150,000 WordPress websites.
WP Activity Log is also known for its broad coverage; it can keep a log of more than 400 different changes and user actions that can happen on a WordPress website, WordPress multisite networks, and many popular plugins such as Yoast SEO, WooCommerce, WPForms and more.
Getting started – activity logs for Gravity Forms
Keep a record of all the details related to every change in Gravity Forms, such as the user who did the change and their role, when it happened, the name of the form and the field, the entry that was changed and its status, etc. The WP Activity Log plugin gives you the most granular insight about your WordPress website.
To install the Gravity Forms extension simply follow this two-step process:
- Install WP Activity Log plugin.
- Install the Gravity Forms extension by going to Enable/Disable Events section and then clicking on Third Party Plugins.
What changes in Gravity Forms can the plugin keep a log of?
When installed, the Gravity Forms extension, can keep a log of when:
- Forms are created, duplicated, modified, moved to trash or deleted
- Fields are added, modified or removed from a form
- Forms are submitted by a user or website visitor
- Forms’ settings are changed
- Entries are starred/unstarred, read, modified
- Notes are added to entries, deleted or modified
- Gravity Forms plugin settings are changed
These types of changes are very important and can affect the functionality of the forms, the plugin and also the website. Use the WP Activity Log to instantly spot user mistakes, ensure you meet compliance requirements and keep a record of changes to forms, fields, plugin settings, entries and more.
Refer to the list of Gravity Forms activity log events for the complete list of changes the plugin can keep a log of.