GravityView + WPML

If you want to run a site in multiple languages, the WPML plugin is a powerful tool. Lots of our GravityView customers use WPML, so we wanted to put together a how-to to translate a View into multiple languages. Read how to translate a View

Version 1.19

Approve Gravity Forms entries from GravityView

Version 1.19 adds front-end entry moderation to GravityView. This makes it much easier to manage your directory submissions. We also added a Russian translation to GravityView, which we’re thrilled about. Добро пожаловать! 🇷🇺 Full changelog: New: Front-end entry moderation! You can now approve and disapprove entries from the front of… Read more

GravityView version 1.18

That yellow dot represents a new feature. Subtle, but effective.

Version 1.18 has lots of bug fixes and improvements. But the biggest change is the addition of a new entry approval status: “Unapproved”. Unapproved entries have not been approved or disapproved yet. Before, it was hard to know which entries were rejected and which were not yet reviewed. Now, it’s… Read more

GravityView version 1.17.2

“Did someone call an exterminator? There are a ton of squashed bugs in this release!” – Floaty the Astronaut Lots of good fixes in this update, which should result in slightly speedier and generally smoother experience for you, our dear users. We’re working on exciting new releases, so we’re going… Read more

DataTables Extension Version 2.0

WordPress DataTables

We love DataTables DataTables plus GravityView is super-cool because it allows you to live-search your Gravity Forms entries from the front of your site. We have improved our DataTables integration to take advantage of DataTables’ new Buttons extension. We improved integration with the Scroller extension, and fixed a bunch of… Read more

2015 in Review

A Great Year for GravityView 2015 was the first full year of sales for GravityView. Over the year, the plugin matured. We filled in missing gaps in functionality like table sorting and added powerful features like the shortcode. In 2015, GravityView had 35 update releases comprised of 1,096 code commits representing 222,008 changed lines of code. I’m proud of where GravityView is… Read more