You can give authors permission to create forms. I'm not sure you want to, but you can. But the permissions are not so granular that they can only edit their form and their entries. Here are the Gravity Forms permissions you can assign by role:
(Some of those permissions come from Gravity Forms Add-ons.)
I don't think the capabilities built in to Gravity Forms are sufficient to do what you want. If you assign all authors the capability to create forms, view entries and edit entries, they would be able to view all entries and edit all entries, not just their own.
Posted 11 years ago on Monday August 22, 2011 | Permalink