You can use the Members plugin from Justin Tadlock. You can then assign all the Gravity Forms permissions to whatever user role you give her. You could even create a new role for her specifically with whatever permissions you want her to have, including the Gravity Forms permissions.
One thing to note: if you have already installed Gravity Forms and install the Members plugin after, your Forms menu will disappear. You need to edit the administrator role to give it (yourself) access to all the Gravity Forms capabilities. Here's a screenshot of assigning the capabilities.
The link to assign capabilities to the administrator role is under Users > Roles > then under Administrator there will be an edit link, like this for your domain:
If you need any help setting that up please let us know.
Posted 11 years ago on Friday July 22, 2011 | Permalink