Gravity Forms / WooCommerce Recently Viewed Products

Adds recently viewed products from WooCommerce to all Gravity Form submissions

Author:Mike Martel (profile at
WordPress version required:3.8
WordPress version tested:3.9.34
Plugin version:1.1
Added to WordPress repository:12-05-2014
Last updated:21-05-2014
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
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This plugin automatically adds Recently Viewed Products from WooCommerce to your form submissions, giving you insight into what products your visitors were interested in before sending their enquiry.

Simply install the plugin and activate it. If both WooCommerce and Gravity Forms are set up on your website, you will start seeing the recently viewed products of your visitors in your form entry screen. To also add the data to your emails, use the {recently_viewed_products} merge tag.

Please note: This plugin does not add any extra tracking to your website. If you have WooCommerce installed, it will automatically track recently viewed products for each visitor in a cookie which this plugin uses to add to each form submission. When you use this plugin, make sure your privacy policy is clear on how you are using your visitors’ click stream information.

For developers

This plugin is very extensible and makes it easy to implement different ecommerce backends or alternative tracking mechanisms altogether. To modify the tracking, either make a child class of GF_Recently_Viewed_Products and override the _get_current_recently_viewed_products method, or use the following filters:

For use with WooCommerce:

  • wc_gf_recently_viewed_product_ids (array) List of post ids
  • wc_gf_recently_viewed_products_query (array) Query for get_posts (use to change the post type)
  • wc_gf_recently_viewed_products (array) List of posts

Without WooCommerce: (make sure to init the GF_Recently_Viewed_Products class yourself)

  • gform_recently_viewed_product_ids (array) List of post ids
  • gform_recently_viewed_products_query (array) Query for get_posts (use to change the post type)
  • gform_recently_viewed_products (array) List of posts

If you extend this plugin to