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Q: Double Opt-In, Language and CSV-Export possible?

  1. RSparrow
    Member

    Dear Gravity Formers,

    my mouse hovers over the purchase button for the Developer Version but i need some answers:

    First of all and most important - in Germany we have a quite harsh legislation regarding online orders. The best way to deal with is to use Double Opt-In. Is this possible?
    We don't send a newsletter so we don't use something like mailchimp e.g. - Gravity forms will just be used for ordering something like a demotape or maybe later on a subscription to a yearly magazine.

    Second: The form should appear in German language - can I modify all fields into German language from the Backend so that the visitors see everything in German (without changing source code or database)? The backend Admin panel can still stay in English.

    Third: The form should at first be used to let visitors order a demo tape - is it possible to get something like a csv export file from those orders?
    Later on we plan to make PayPal payments possible as well.

    I hope you were able to encrypt my bad English and can answer my questions ;)...
    Greetings from Germany

    Posted 9 years ago on Friday May 18, 2012 | Permalink
  2. David Peralty

    Gravity Forms doesn't currently have a way to support double opt-in at this point. It is something you could potentially customize, but it would take some work.

    We include and support WordPress' translation options and include a German translation file, and you can write your form labels in German as well. If you need our translation file to change anything, you just let us know, and we will e-mail it to you.

    By default, Gravity Forms lets you export any data collected as a CSV.

    Hope that answers your questions. Let us know if you have any more.

    Posted 9 years ago on Friday May 18, 2012 | Permalink