This is not something we plan on developing or releasing ourselves.
Something to keep in mind is Campaign Monitor users are a tiny subset of our users and then White Label Campaign Monitor users are an even tinier subset. The vast majority of our users that use Campaign Monitor aren't doing so via a White Label situation.
This is a perfect example of when something should be developed and released by a 3rd party developer, something we encourage developers to do when we aren't going to be developing an Add-On ourselves.
There are a large number of 3rd party Gravity Forms Add-Ons already available, many on WordPress.org's plugin repository:
It would need to be released as a separate plugin and there are complexities involved in this particular situation that make it not suitable for how we make Add-Ons available via our Add-On manager. Having to make edits and change things such as the plugin folder name, and variables that manage the name of the plugin and it's description in the plugin repository. It's not something that can be distributed easily via our Add-On management tool.
If you've made a similar plugin for Shopp then it sounds like you could easily take our existing Campaign Monitor Add-On and do the same for Gravity Forms.
We simply can't create every Add-On that is requested. Any WordPress developer can create a Gravity Forms Add-On and we encourage WordPress developers to do so when it's a situation where we do not plan on releasing a particular Add-On.
If you release it we'll be glad to make users aware of it on this thread as well as on our Resources page that lists available 3rd party Add-Ons. When we launch our new site we'll be doing more to spotlight 3rd party Add-Ons.
Posted 10 years ago on Monday March 18, 2013 | Permalink