Never lose important data
When someone makes changes to an entry in Gravity Forms, the previous version of the entry is gone forever and there’s no way to get it back. GravityRevisions adds a meta box to each entry page showing all the changes made to that entry, including who made what changes, and when.
Stay on top of your work
For large websites with a lot of users, it can be difficult to stay on top of updates and changes made to your form entries. GravityRevisions allows you to view the last time an entry was updated, see exactly what changed, and set up email notifications so you’re aware of future edits.
Made a mistake while editing? GravityRevisions allows you to restore prior versions of an entry with the click of a button, it’s easy! Restore specific field values or all fields.
Keep a record of all the changes made to your form entries
It’s like “track changes” but for Gravity Forms
Add powerful functionality with limited technical know-how
Integrate GravityRevisions with your existing GravityView app. The GravityRevisions add-on integrates seamlessly with GravityView allowing you to display entry updates on the front end.
Keep a record of all edits made to an entry so that you can revert back to prior versions if needed. Never worry about making mistakes or losing important information. Keep on top of your workflows by receiving notifications when entries are changed.
Take back control with developer hooks
Thanks to our well-documented WordPress filters, you can customize GravityRevisions to your heart’s content.
Enjoy a familiar and intuitive interface
GravityRevisions uses the same interface that you’re used to in WordPress for comparing revisions. There are no settings or options to configure, simply activate the plugin to start tracking changes to your Gravity Forms entries.
Frequently asked questions
About the GravityRevisions plugin
No, GravityRevisions does not track changes made to a form. The GravityRevisions plugin only tracks and allows you to restore, changes made to form entries.
Without GravityRevisions installed, there’s no way to record changes made to Gravity Forms entries.
While you can create email notifications for when an entry is updated, at the moment you can’t set up email notifications for when an entry is deleted.