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Gravity Forms + Google Contacts Integrations

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About Gravity Forms

Gravity Forms is a premium WordPress plugin that allows you to design and publish forms on your site. You can easily add contact forms, quizzes, and surveys to your website using this plugin.

About Google Contacts

Google Contacts, the address book built into Gmail, lets you easily keep everyone's details in one place. It helps you sync your contacts and keep them up-to-date across all your devices so you always have access to the right information.

Google Contacts Integrations

Best ways to Integrate Gravity Forms + Google Contacts

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    Gravity Forms + Google Contacts

    Create or Update Contacts from Google Contacts from Form Submission to Gravity Forms Read More...
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    Google Contacts Create or Update Contacts
  • Gravity Forms Google Contacts

    Gravity Forms + Google Contacts

    Add Contact to Group in Google Contacts when Form Submission is added to Gravity Forms Read More...
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    Google Contacts Add Contact to Group
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    Google Contacts + Gravity Forms

    New Entry in Gravity Forms when New or Updated Contact is created in Google Contacts Read More...
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    Gravity Forms New or Updated Contact
     
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    Gravity Forms New Entry
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    Google Contacts + Gravity Forms

    Submit Form in Gravity Forms when New or Updated Contact is created in Google Contacts Read More...
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    Gravity Forms New or Updated Contact
     
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    Gravity Forms Submit Form
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    Google Contacts + Gravity Forms

    New Entry in Gravity Forms when New Group is created in Google Contacts Read More...
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    Gravity Forms New Group
     
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    Gravity Forms New Entry
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Connect Gravity Forms + Google Contacts in easier way

It's easy to connect Gravity Forms + Google Contacts without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • Form Submission

    Triggers when a new specified form is submitted.

  • New Group

    Triggers whenever a group is created.

  • New or Updated Contact

    Triggers when a contact is created or updated.

    Actions
  • New Entry

    Creates a new form entry.

  • Submit Form

    Creates an entry and fires all events associated with a form submission such as notifications and add-on feeds.

  • Add Contact to Group

    Adds an existing contact to a group.

  • Create or Update Contacts

    Creates a new contact.

How Gravity Forms & Google Contacts Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Gravity Forms as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Google Contacts as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Gravity Forms to Google Contacts.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Gravity Forms and Google Contacts

Gravity Forms

Gravity Forms is a premium WordPress plugin. It allows you to build forms of all kinds and add them to posts, pages, and custom post types. It has a lot of features, including conditional logic, calculation logic, user management, field management, and payment integration. Gravity Forms can also be used in the backend of the WordPress website.

Google Contacts

Google Contacts is an online cloud-based contact management service from Google. Like many other Google services, it’s completely free, as long as you have a Gmail account (which you likely do. Google Contacts makes it easy to store new contacts, access existing ones, and synchronize your contacts with other devices like your phone or tablet. If you want to access your contacts from outside the browser, Google offers a Contact Sync utility for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.

Integration of Gravity Forms and Google Contacts

Google Contacts is a great way to store your contacts. It’s useful because it keeps all of your contacts in one central location that syncs across devices and platforms. However, this also means it’s almost impossible to use Google Contacts to generate a list of email addressesames/phone numbers for sending out email blasts or bulk emails. Google Contacts simply doesn’t offer that capability. Luckily, there’s an alternative. Gravity Forms! Gravity Forms offers a wide range of features that can easily be used to create an email list or a list of recipients for mass emails and newsletters.

Let’s say we wanted to send out a mass email to our clients about our latest product update. We could do this by creating a form that asks for their email address. Once they submit this form, we would get an email at our Gmail account with a list of all the emails we cplected. In addition to using this for mass emails, this is also a great way to automatically cplect leads for your business. If you are selling a product on your website, you could use the form to cplect emails, then fplow up after their purchase to ensure they are satisfied and happy with your service.

One of the best things about Gravity Forms is how easy it is to create forms (and, as you can see above, edit and customize them. Before creating a form, you should first decide what fields you want it to include. This will depend on what type of information you need before sending out your mass email or cplecting leads. For example, if you are trying to cplect leads for your business, you may want to ask for their name, email address, phone number(s), and maybe even their social media profiles. After deciding on the fields needed, you can then begin creating the form by fplowing these steps:

1 Click the Add New Form button in the top-right corner of any page in WordPress. This creates a blank form that you can start adding fields and settings to. 2 Choose “Gravity Form. Create a Form” from the drop-down menu on the right side of the page. 3 Once selected, the page will automatically populate with a title, labels and text fields for every field available via Gravity Forms (including date/time pickers. 4 You can change anything in this form or add more fields if necessary (or even delete ones you don’t need. 5 When finished customizing your form, click Save & Close at the bottom of the page. 6 After saving your form, you can then add it to any post or page in WordPress (or any custom post type. 7 To add a form to a post or page in WordPress, open up the content editor and select “Insert” from the topbar (the last item on the left side. 8 Select “Form” from the drop-down menu that appears next. 9 Select your form from the opened menu (by default it should be “Blank Form”), then click Insert into Post. 10 To insert the form into a post or page in WordPress , simply add [gravityform id=”1″] where you want it to appear in your content. 11 Then add [gravityform id=”1″ /] where you want the form to end in your content. 12 Lastly, add [gravityform id=”1″] where you want the Submit button to appear in your content (optional. 13 After publishing or updating your post or page in WordPress , visit it to view your form! 14 If everything looks good, enter some test data into your form and click Submit! (Optional. 15 Now that we have our test data saved in our form, we can go back into our WordPress website and find it listed under “Saved Forms” on the left side of our site (just like in step 1. 16 Click “View Saved Form” to see your entry. 17 To make sure it was saved properly and displayed correctly in the backend of our site, we can edit our saved form by clicking “View Saved Form Settings” on the right side of the saved form entry. 18 Now that we have returned to our saved form settings page we can see every aspect of our form displayed clearly here. 19 We can also modify any of these elements if necessary as well as create multiple forms and save/view them all right here! 20 Now that we know how to easily create an email list using Gravity Forms, let’s move on to discussing how we can integrate Gravity Forms with Google Contacts… 21 When setting up this integration, it is important to note that you will be linking two separate accounts together – one with Gravity Forms and one with Google Contacts – so make sure they are both 100% accurate with each other beforehand! 22 First we need to open up Gravity Forms and create a new form as described above (steps 1-10. 23 We will then copy our newly created form template into an actual Gravity Forms shortcode. 24 Open up the content editor on WordPress and look for this icon. 25 Then click “Edit Shortcode” (as shown above. 26 Paste your copied form template into this textbox when it opens 27 Then click Update Shortcode 28 Your link between Gravity Forms and Google Contacts is now established! 29 Next, we will assign our Gravity Forms form template to a specific contact record via Google Contacts… 30 To do this we will first open up Google Contacts 31 Then click the little arrow next to “More Actions” on the top left side 32 Then click “Show All” 33 Find “Create From A Form” under “Linked Apps & Tops” 34 Click “Create From A Form” 35 Type in the URL of your Gravity Forms form template 36 Then click Create Link 37 The final step is to copy/paste all of our newly created entries into Google Contacts 38 To do this we will first open up Google Contacts 39 Then click “Contacts” on the top left side 40 Then find “All Contacts” under “My Contacts” 41 Click on “All Contacts” 42 Click “More Actions” 43 Click “Import & Export…” 44 Then click “Import All At Once…” 45 Finally, click “Choose File…” 46 Choose all of your newly created contacts from Google Contacts 47 Click Import Now 48 These entries will now be imported into Google Contacts 49 Now when people fill out your Gravity Forms form template they should automatically be added to your Google Contacts account 50 We hope this article helped you learn how to integrate Gravity Forms with Google Contacts! 51 Please feel free to give us any feedback; we truly appreciate it! 52 You can reach me at [email protected] or my co-author JT at [email protected] . 53 Thanks! 54 Jonathan Davis 55 Lead Instructor 56 WordPress Academy 57 http://www.wordpressacademytv.com 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100

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