In the last tutorial, which you can find here, we went through the basics of setting up a simple form with Gravity Forms. In this tutorial, we’ll delve a little deeper into making the most of all that Gravity Forms has to offer.
1) SET THE DETAILS FOR THE FORM In the last tutorial, we only skimmed over this important box. We filled out the default view. But, once you fill that out, you’ll notice that there are two more tabs within the box. Click on the Advanced tab to bring up more options for the form.
a) The first option allows you to either change the wording on the button used to submit the form or specify an image to use for the button instead of the default image. (If you have a button, but haven’t uploaded it yet, or don’t remember the url of it, simply click on the blue “save form” button at the bottom. Then you can get your URL and come back to this later.)
b) The second option allows you to use Conditional Logic when showing the form.
2) SET NOTIFICATIONS Now that you’ve got your fields, you want to make sure that the message gets to you, so go to the very top of the page and click on “Notifications”.
Want to change the submit button on your Gravity Forms? Want to customize the page visitors get sent to after completing your form? Watch this video to see how. Just setting up Gravity Forms for the first time? Be sure to see my tutorial: Gravity Forms Part 1 – Getting Started.