Gravity Form Locator


The Gravity Form Locator plugin aims to solve a big hole in the design of Gravity Forms’ backend interface.

Problem: Currently there is no way to know which page or post a particular form is on.

This plugin solves that problem by adding a “Form Locations” page within the Gravity Forms menu so that all forms that have been added to pages or posts are visible on one screen. Links will take you to the form editor or the post editor so there is one convenient place to manage your forms.

Additionally, when editing a form in the backend, there is a “Locations” tab so you can view all the pages or posts where that form is currently used. It even includes forms located in drafts or private pages.


  • Form Locations: View all your forms and the pages/posts that they are on.
  • New quick link to view all the pages/posts a specific form is currently published on.
  • Another new quick link to view all the pages/posts the current form is published on.


Install Gravity Form Locator via the plugin directory, or upload the files manually to your server and follow the on-screen instructions.

Gravity Forms version 2.0 or later must be installed for this plugin to work.


How does the plugin find the forms?

The plugin will run a scan of all the pages and posts on your site looking for any [gravityforms] shortcodes. If it finds a shortcode, the form and post are added to the “Locations” page in the admin.

Does the plugin search for forms in widgets?

Not currently, but if enough people request it, I’ll consider adding in that functionality.

How can I contribute?

Help me improve this plugin on GitHub by submitting a pull request or adding an issue (


August 13, 2019
I may have only had it installed for 2 minutes, but those were the only 2 minutes I needed. Worked like a charm.
May 13, 2019
I was elated to see this solution. And the design is great in concept. However, it only finds 4 of 25+ pages that have a form. There is no way for me to know what prevents it from finding forms. Sadly, I can't use it unless this is fixed. I checked to see what forms do and do not show up. It seems that the pages I created with out-of-the=box Gutenberg show up. Those where I used the advanced layout editor do not. Both types of pages use the same shortcodes. I'm using Enfold.
February 12, 2019
I have been dealing with this issue for some time. I am glad someone created a fix for this obvious oversight by Gravity Forms. Managing tons of forms on a website can get confusing. I will change to 5 stars if I can get it to show more then 10 of the forms available.
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Contributors & Developers

“Gravity Form Locator” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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  • Fixed bugs related to scanning and finding forms
  • Added support for gutenberg forms.


  • Fixed a bug that caused some forms to be missed when scanning.
  • Fixed bugs related to duplicated form locations when editing posts.
  • Added support for multiple forms on the same post.
  • Added sortable columns to the location table.
  • Added pagination to the location table.


  • Fix bug causing plugin to crash on PHP 7


  • Fixed bug causing form locations to be duplicated in the location table
  • Added correct link for donations


  • Initial Release