The need I have for Gravity Forms is potentially a membership document control issue, but less to do with selling access to content, and more to do with keeping documentation created by or uploaded from members (which is why I found this topic), so they are kept exclusively for them to create, read and edit, albeit they are created from a template we provide, and for other members to have limited read but not write access, via an account related security code.
So that is documents they upload or create, using our templates, which need to be secure from any other user or search engines, except those registered users who have knowledge of an access code or account code, for the originating user's account. There could in this application also be the scenario in which some files would need to be read by a third party with the account access code, while others would not be visible or able to be accessed at all to third-parties.
Could you give me some idea of how I might be able to handle this using Gravity Forms or would you say, from what I have described so far, that is an application better suited to, say S2, Wishlist, your User Registration plugin, or some other membership plugin, or perhaps even a combination of both a membership plugin and Gravity Forms. In which case, which membership plugin would you recommend to work better with Gravity Forms in this situation?
Posted 10 years ago on Wednesday August 10, 2011 | Permalink