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Accessing info from Form

  1. mediapyre
    Member

    I'm scoping out an answer for a family business- I'm comfortable with code, but they are not. I think you guys might be the right answer, but wanted to understand a few features/options better.

    1 - When the form is created, while you can edit the individual "submitted" response... can I search easily from the admin panel without getting into the details, for example, by state or such?
    2 - displaying custom fields... is there a way I can make the admin panel a user friendly way to see more data and edit it if necessary?

    Our business needs are simple - collect the detailed info from our associates, then be able to go find details later - in a nice report.

    I'd like to check on if this is something you guys have, or what hooks and understanding you have in the db ... or is this all stored in js on the front end?

    Posted 10 years ago on Friday January 8, 2010 | Permalink
  2. You can view and search entries from the entry list page. The search is similar to the Page/Post search. There isn't currently a filter functionality so it's a fairly basic search.

    I'm not sure I follow #2.

    Gravity Forms doesn't generate advanced reports. It lets you create forms, view the form submissions and edit the form submissions.

    Posted 10 years ago on Friday January 8, 2010 | Permalink
  3. mediapyre
    Member

    Sorry for the confusion, I clearly need to stop working so late.

    What I'm trying to look at is how gravity forms can be part of the workflow I want to create. Once the form is created, and the information logged, I'd like to be able to access it and create forms myself.

    Is there an API or table mapping; is this something a client has done before with gravity?

    Posted 10 years ago on Friday January 8, 2010 | Permalink