Pods Gravity Forms Add-On

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Integrate with Gravity Forms to create a Pod item from a form submission.

Author:Pods Framework Team (profile at wordpress.org)
WordPress version required:4.6
WordPress version tested:5.8.4
Plugin version:1.4.4
Added to WordPress repository:04-03-2016
Last updated:06-10-2021
Rating, %:100
Rated by:7
Plugin URI:https://pods.io/
Total downloads:20 609
Active installs:1 000+
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Requires Pods 2.4+, Gravity Forms 1.9+.

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Special thanks to Rocketgenius for their sponsorship support and to Naomi C. Bush for her help in the initial add-on UI work.

WP-CLI Command for Syncing Entries

This add-on provides the ability to sync entries from a Form Submission and Entry Edit screen. To bulk sync all entries even prior to setting up a Pods Gravity Form Feed, you can run a WP-CLI command.

Example 1: Sync all entries for Form 123 first active Pod feed

wp pods-gf sync --form=123

Example 2: Sync all entries for Form 123 using a specific feed (even if it is inactive)

wp pods-gf sync --form=123 --feed=2

Mapping GF List Fields to a Pods Relationship field

You can map a GF List field to a Relationship field related to another Pod. Using the below examples you can customize how the automatic mapping works. By default, the list columns will map to the pod fields with the same labels.

Example 1: Customize what columns map to which Related Pod fields for Form ID 1, Field ID 2

Customizing a list field row can be done by using the pods_gf_field_columns_mapping filter, which has Form ID and Field ID variations (pods_gf_field_columns_mapping_{form_id} and pods_gf_field_columns_mapping_{form_id}_{field_id}).

add_filter( 'pods_gf_field_columns_mapping_1_2', 'my_columns_mapping', 10, 4 );

/**
 * Filter list columns mapping for related pod fields.
 *
 * @param array    $columns  List field columns.
 * @param array    $form     GF form.
 * @param GF_Field $gf_field GF field data.
 * @param Pods     $pod      Pods object.
 *
 * @return array
 */
function my_columns_mapping( $columns, $form, $gf_field, $related_obj ) {

    $columns[0] = 'first_field';
    $columns[1] = 'second_field';
    $columns[2] = 'third_field';

    return $columns;

}

Example 2: Customize a List row for Form ID 1, Field ID 2

Customizing a list field row can be done by using the pods_gf_field_column_row filter, which has Form ID and Field ID variations (pods_gf_field_column_row_{form_id} and pods_gf_field_column_row_{form_id}_{field_id}).

add_filter( 'pods_gf_field_column_row_1_2', 'my_column_row_override', 10, 6 );

/**
 * Filter list field row for relationship field saving purposes.
 *
 * @param array      $row         List field row.
 * @param array      $columns     List field columns.
 * @param array      $form        GF form.
 * @param GF_Field   $gf_field    GF field data.
 * @param array      $options     Pods GF options.
 * @param Pods|false $related_obj Related Pod object.
 *
 * @return array
 */
function my_column_row_override( $row, $columns, $form, $gf_field, $options, $related_obj ) {

    // Update certain row fields based on the value of specific column.
    if ( ! empty( $row['user_relationship_field'] ) ) {
        $user = get_userdata( (int) $row['user'] );

        // Set the post_title to match the User display name.
        if ( $user && ! is_wp_error( $user ) ) {
            $row['post_title'] = $user->display_name;
        }
    }

    return $row;

}

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