Gravity PDF works with any Gravity Forms license and supports all official Gravity Forms add-ons. If you can afford it, the Elite License gives you full access to all Gravity Forms add-ons, priority support, and usage on unlimited websites. It’s a great investment.
We support the current and previous major release of both WordPress and Gravity Forms (but we recommend using the latest stable versions). You’ll also need to be running PHP 5.6 or higher (we recommend PHP7.1+) and have at least 64MB of WP Memory (128MB+ recommended). There are a few specific PHP modules that are also required, but they’re usually on by default.
While Gravity Forms and Gravity PDF work together seamlessly, they are maintained by two completely separate and independent companies. Gravity PDF is a third-party add-on for Gravity Forms, and because of this the Gravity Forms team will NOT provide support for Gravity PDF (you’ll need to get in touch with our friendly support staff).
We sell All Access Passes for the plugin’s premium add-ons and templates. We also offer a Bespoke service to build custom templates for Gravity PDF. Together, this income allows us to continue developing the free version of Gravity PDF.
Yes. You can configure as many PDFs as you want. Each form entry will then be able to download all your configured PDFs.
No. Gravity PDF has a one-to-one relationship with the entries. That is one entry = one PDF. However, the Bulk Generator extension will allow you to download all your form entry PDFs in one fell swoop.
Gravity PDF and Gravity Forms can be installed using WordPress.com’s Business plan.