Have total control over your entries
Exclude entries that match (or fail to match) certain criteria. The Advanced Filter allows you to filter entries based on multiple conditions (you can use both ‘AND’ and ‘OR’ logic). Add as many filters and conditions as you need!
Only show entries created by the logged-in user
Show entries created by a specific user or filter entries by user role. Display user profiles for your directory or membership site, allow users to edit their own profiles, hide entries created by certain users and more!
Advanced conditional logic settings
Show only those entries submitted within the last month, week or day. Filter your entries using exact date ranges or relative dates, show entries based on approval status, and filter entries based on the currently logged-in user.
Field Conditional Logic
Add conditional logic settings to individual fields in GravityView
The Advanced Filtering extension also allows you to conditionally show/hide individual field values inside a View. Learn more about field conditional logic in GravityView.
Frequently Asked Questions
About the Advanced Filtering extension
Yes. You can filter entries in your View depending on the user role of the user who created them.
Currently, the Advanced Filtering extension is not compatible with Populate Anything. If you desire this functionality, we suggest contacting Gravity Wiz.
Yes, that is possible.
Gravity Guide Courses and Tutorials
Learn more about how to use the Advanced Filtering extension
Using GravityView Advanced Filters to Easily Display Subsets of Your View
Learn how to set filter parameters to display a subset of your original View.
Build a WordPress Task Management System Using GravityView
How to use GravityView and the Advanced Filtering extension to build a task-management app.