Please Refer to the thread : http://www.gravityhelp.com/forums/topic/multisite-2#post-84324
Here is my question -
Hi I would like to add that I also am looking for this feature. I think the work around was neat, but I was hoping to do the reverse in terms since I have a Wordpress MU site with 44 sub sites ( sub-domain set-up ). As this thread starts, I wanted have 4 shared forms that I wanted to have all subsites use and the parent site administrator to be able to change in one form.
Can you please assist? I was able to implement the iframe suggestion but had to copy and import the main form to all 44 sub sites manually. As you can imagine just changing anything on those forms will become a pain since the changes would have to be repeated 44 times.
I am bit confused as to why this is so difficult. Wordpress MU offers the switch_to_blog function which correctly set the $wpdb handler to the right context. So maybe extend the shortcode properties for gravity forms can include a switchtoblog property that would could be used to scope the form correctly?
From previous posts and other similar request from users I have noticed that this still does not alleviate the issue of having to have the forms created in the sub sites since they need the table to capture the records, but looking the code in the plugin gravity_form.php if the scope of the $wpdb was already set by Wordpress it would already created the tables since that is what my read of deltaDb is doing.
Any thoughts on this?