Gravity Forms includes “Date” and “Time” fields, which are perfect for capturing event information. But what if you want to display that information on the front end of your website?
GravityCalendar is an add-on for Gravity Forms that allows you to display your entries on a beautiful calendar. Here you’ll learn about configuring new calendar feeds, editing event dates and times from the front end, and how to restrict events based on conditional logic.
Do you need an easier way to manage employee vacation requests? A streamlined vacation request system makes it easier for employees to ask for time off. It also makes it easier for managers and HR staff to process vacation requests and track the total days remaining. In this tutorial, we’re… Read more
Google Calendar is one of the most popular web-based calendar applications for tracking and scheduling events. In fact, it’s used by more than 500 million people worldwide! In this post, we’ll show you how to integrate Gravity Forms with Google Calendar using our GravityCalendar add-on. This allows you to submit… Read more
Welcome to Feature Highlights! In this new series, we’ll be exploring exciting features of GravityView and our related add-ons to help you get the most out of our plugins. And we’ll be kicking things off with… Calendar subscription links! 📆 In Gravity Forms Calendar 2.0, we added the ability to… Read more
Calendar applications allow you to visualize upcoming events, schedule appointments and improve how you manage your time 📆 Gravity Forms Calendar and The Events Calendar are both popular plugins for displaying and managing events on WordPress. Choosing which plugin to use can be a difficult task if you don’t have… Read more
We’re excited to announce the release of Gravity Forms Calendar 2.0! This new update sees the addition of calendar subscription links, allowing users to subscribe to your calendar feed using Google Calendar or Apple Calendar. But that’s not all. In Calendar 2.0 you’ll also find some powerful new shortcodes, additional… Read more
A calendar is a great way to keep your audience updated regarding upcoming events. Whether you run a nonprofit, charity, restaurant, or yoga studio, adding a calendar to your website is the perfect way to showcase upcoming events and engage with your users. To save yourself precious time, it’s important… Read more
Are you looking for a way to display your Gravity Forms entries on a calendar? Calendars are a great way to visualize event information. Using the Gravity Forms Calendar plugin by GravityView, you can embed a customized calendar on your website in minutes that displays data from Gravity Forms. Install… Read more
We’re excited to announce a major update to our Gravity Forms Calendar plugin. This update sees several improvements, including better compatibility with Gravity Forms 2.5 and the addition of AJAX-powered dynamic events loading. For a detailed overview of Gravity Forms Calendar, click here. What Does This Mean? By default, the… Read more
Gravity Forms is close to releasing a shiny new user interface in Version 2.5. We’re excited about the changes and have updated our Gravity Forms Calendar plugin to be fully compatible with the upcoming beta. In addition, we made a bunch of fixes and improvements under the hood to ensure… Read more