1) Gravity Forms can do this, but it doesn't out of the box. There is an Add-On (3rd party, not created or supported by us) called the Gravity Forms Directory Add-On in the WordPress.org repository that lets you display form entries on the front end of your site and create a searchable directory of form submissions. This can also be done via customizations.
The Directory Add-On can be found here:
Just remember that it was created by a Gravity Forms user, not us, so you would have to use the WordPress.org support forum for that plugin for support issues specific to that Add-On when using it.
2) All I can suggest is searching for "Directory" on the forums, lots of users use the Directory Add-On I mentioned above.
Gravity Forms is like a swiss army knife, it can be used for so many things and sometimes you have to think outside of the box but once you start using it and learn how to put it to use you can come up with all sorts of ways to use it and come up with custom functionality it can help power.
Posted 9 years ago on Thursday January 20, 2011 | Permalink