I purchased a dev license earlier this week to simplify member management for one of my sites - http://www.slf-carolinas.org. Was wanting to know if anyone has any hacks or mods for hooking GF and/or the GF User Registration into any of these plugins?
1) Theme My Login - Ideally I would use the GF User Reg add-on for registrations and use TML for profile management, just not sure how to pass the custom meta fields into TML's profile editor (and the opposite when profile updates are made). This is really important because it allows users to edit their profile information and avatar on the front end without needing to access any admin pages.
2) Members List - I currently use this for the private member's directory, as the GF Directory add-on doesn't appear to support Avatars or links to user profiles. Would really like to call more user meta if/when submitted through GF User Registration.
3) Wordpress Access Manager - used in conjunction with User Role Editor to manage user groups and content restriction for members-only pages
4) Mingle Forum - This PI includes a separate user profile for forum members, so ideally I would like to integrate custom meta fields from GF User Registration here as well.
5) WP-Member (not the free "Members" PI) - I bought it months ago hoping it would help to achieve everything provided by the plugins above, but no such luck. I have it deactivated for now, just wondering if anyone has had a good experience using this with GF?
6) Contact Form 7 - I've searched the GF forums, but wasn't able to find a hack to easily duplicate a CF7 form with GF or instructions on importing CF7 entries into a similar Gravity Form? If not, no worries - the least of my concerns right now.
Overall I'm excited about harnessing the power of Gravity Forms, but can't find any relevant solutions through the forums or in the documentation, and I'm suprised that more requests for integration hacks haven't been posted.
Regardless, I would be grateful for some actionable advice on how to accomplish any of these integrations.