How to Create Calculations on Gravity Forms Submissions
Just as sports venues have scoreboards, so databases need dashboards!
By: GF Chart
Gravity Forms calculations examples
• Events Bookings tracking
• Course Registration tracking
• Sales – both Unit Sales and Revenue
• Fund Raiser progress
• RSVP counting
• Dealer Network activity monitoring e.g. how many sales calls were completed by the Northern region last week?
How it works
1. Use GFChart's no-code interface to build your desired calculation.
2. Publish it on a page / post / widget using a simple shortcode.
Optional: Build a more complex dashboard table using HTML/CSS and insert several calculations.
Optional: Create a visual progress bar from the count.
Calculated as form entry count / sum / average / unique values.
Filtering options: logged in user only (yes/no); date range (optional, using absolute or relative dates); payment status (optional); optional field filters (is/is not/greater than/less than) which can be grouped using (all/any) logic.
All the above capability is included in GFChart Classic. To enjoy GFChart with GravityView's front end filtering capabilities you will need GravityView (https://gravityview.co/?
Restrict visibility of the post / page where the calculation is displayed using the Justin Tadlock's free Members plugin (https://en-au.wordpress.org/
Currently out of scope:
• Mathematical calculations beyond those described in 'capabilities' above.
• Formulae containing more than one input.
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