You just want to be able to populate a Gravity Forms dropdown with a list of users, or a list of posts from a custom post type, or even data from your database.
You’re not a developer, and you don’t want to pay the going hourly rate every time you need this functionality on a form.
You shouldn’t have to struggle with code examples you found in the old Gravity Forms forums or somewhere else online. And you shouldn’t have to hire a developer.
Gravity Forms dynamic population no longer requires a computer science degree.
You’ll be able to:
* Dynamically populate a Gravity Forms dropdown with WordPress data like users, custom post types, taxonomies
* Dynamically populate a Gravity Forms dropdown with Gravity Forms entry data from any form
* Dynamically populate a Gravity Forms dropdown with your own custom data from a table in your WordPress database
* Dynamically populate a Gravity Forms dropdown based on the value the user chooses in another dropdown
Dynamically populate a Gravity Forms date field with today’s date or a date that occurs a certain number of days before or after another date field (Integrates with the Gravity Forms Limit Date Range plugin)
*coming Dynamically populate a Gravity Forms field with the value of another field
Questions? Contact support