Here's an awesome one. I am building a set of forms for a client, that will be filled out by their employees via their cellphones. Being that cellphones are GPS-enabled (and if they aren't the employees can be instructed to have their GPS turned on by their supervisor for this purpose), google maps can get their coordinates for their map softwares. A perfect example of what I'm explaining here is easy to replicate by going to your phone and going to google maps. Within a few seconds it will show you on the map, where you are (I believe iPhone, BBerry, Windows Phones, and PALM phones have a similar capability).
What I'd like to do is find a way to harness that data (much like the Gravity Forms does with a users IP address) and have it notate the submitted form with that data.
And now that I have successfully constructed a Rubik's Cube post within this forum, we shall see if anyone can solve the infamous rubik's cube...lol
I think this would be a powerful feature for all of us (including the Gravity Forms Team). Just imagine if you could open up a form submission and get the coordinates of your submitters.......think about it! Do you realize how much more we could do with this Plugin? It would be astonishing!
Now, I realize that the submitter can place their address in the address field, however, what if the value of the form submission depended on the actual location of it's submission, and the people filling it out had more value in manipulating their "location" (by lying) than they had by telling the truth?! The people filling out the form could lie about their location, all the while the boss would know that these employees weren't really where they were supposed to be.
And now it's a Rubik's Cube with the colored stickers pulled off...lol