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Triggers for logged-in users
A user submits a form
Tokens
  • Form title
  • Form ID
  • Number of times
  • Form fields
  • Entry ID
  • Entry submission date
  • Entry source URL
  • User IP
A user submits a form with a code from a specific batch
Requires Uncanny Codes
Tokens
  • Form title
  • Form ID
  • Batch
  • Batch expiry date
  • Entry ID
  • Entry submission date
  • Entry source URL
  • User IP
  • Form fields
A user is registered
Requires Gravity Forms User Registration Add-on
A user submits a form with a specific value in a specific field
Tokens
  • Form title
  • Form ID
  • Field
  • Value
  • Form fields
  • Entry ID
  • Entry submission date
  • Entry source URL
  • User IP
A user submits a form with payment
Requires a Gravity Forms Payment Add-on (e.g. 2Checkout, Authorize.Net, Mollie, PayPal, Square or Stripe)
Tokens
  • Form title
  • Form ID
  • Form fields
  • Entry ID
  • Entry submission date
  • Entry source URL
  • User IP
Triggers for everyone
A form is submitted
Tokens
  • Form title
  • Form ID
  • Form fields
  • Entry ID
  • Entry submission date
  • Entry source URL
  • User IP
A form is submitted with a key from a specific group
Requires Uncanny Groups
Tokens
  • Form title
  • Form ID
  • Form fields
  • Uncanny Key
  • Entry ID
  • Entry submission date
  • Entry source URL
  • User IP
An entry for a form is updated
Tokens
  • Entry ID
  • Entry submission date
  • Entry date updated
  • Entry source URL
  • Form title
  • Form ID
  • User IP
  • Form fields
A form is submitted with a specific value in a specific field
Tokens
  • Form title
  • Form ID
  • Field
  • Value
  • Form fields
  • Entry ID
  • Entry submission date
  • Entry source URL
  • User IP
A form is submitted with payment
Requires a Gravity Forms Payment Add-on (e.g. 2Checkout, Authorize.Net, Mollie, PayPal, Square or Stripe)
Tokens
  • Form title
  • Form ID
  • Form fields
  • Entry ID
  • Entry submission date
  • Entry source URL
  • User IP
A specific field in an entry for a form is updated to a specific value
Tokens
  • Entry ID
  • Entry submission date
  • Entry date updated
  • Entry source URL
  • Form title
  • Form ID
  • User IP
  • Field
  • Value
  • Form fields
Actions
Create an entry for a form
Tokens
  • Action fields
  • Entry ID
  • Entry URL
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Sample recipes

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