Yes, you can create a form using Gravity Forms that allows users to submit posts to your sites.
Gravity Forms has fields called Post Fields. When you use Post Fields these create a WordPress post. The Post Title and Post Body fields have field settings that allow you to configure things such as the post status (draft, published, etc.), the post author, etc.
The form would show up on your site wherever you insert it. Forms can be inserted into posts or pages via shortcode, in theme template files via function call or in a sidebar via the form widget.
What happens after they submit the post depends on how you configure the Post Fields. It's either created as a Draft and you then have to review and publish the post, or it is automatically published. That is up to you.
Just remember that only Post Fields create WordPress Posts. The other fields only create Gravity Forms Entries.
Posted 12 years ago on Wednesday February 9, 2011 | Permalink