What's possible with Gravity Flow + Gravity Forms?
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What's possible with Gravity Flow + Gravity Forms?

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Segment 1

Jamie Oastler from Gravity Flow discusses how the plugin builds on Gravity Forms to automate workflows after form submissions. He explains Gravity Flow's user interactive steps like approvals and user input as well as non-interactive steps like notifications. Jamie positions Gravity Flow as a "thin pane of glass" that can connect WordPress to other systems while still providing a great front-end experience.
Key Takeaways:
  • Gravity Flow structures workflows and business processes after form submission.
  • It enables user approvals, input steps, notifications and more.
  • Gravity Flow can integrate with other systems while keeping WordPress as the presentation layer.
Segment 2

Brad Williams has been working with WordPress for over 15 years and founded his agency, WebDevStudios, in 2008. In the transcript, Brad discusses how WordPress has evolved from a simple blogging platform to a powerful CMS over the years. He highlights major releases like WordPress 3.0 which introduced custom post types, allowing sites to structure content beyond just pages and posts. He also discusses how the block editor/Gutenberg transformed the editing experience, making it easy for non-technical users to create beautiful pages.
Key Takeaways:
  • The block editor/Gutenberg transformed the editing experience for non-technical users.
  • Gravity Forms has been a go-to plugin for forms and advanced functionality since the beginning.
  • WordPress has evolved into a powerful CMS capable of enterprise-level sites.