Gravity Forms Constant Contact

Description

This plugin requires a Constant Contact account, and the Gravity Forms form plugin.

Integrate Constant Contact with Gravity Forms

If you use Constant Contact email service and the Gravity Forms plugin, you’re going to want this plugin!

Integrate your Gravity Forms forms so that when users submit a form entry, the entries get added to Constant Contact. Link any field type with Constant Contact, including custom fields!

You may also be interested in:

  • GravityView – Display your Gravity Forms entries; easily turn Gravity Forms into a directory plugin.

Screenshots

  • Plugin settings screen
  • Choose the lists form submissions are added to, and map the data (including Custom Fields!)
  • Add advanced logic to determine when a submission should (or should not) be added
  • Configure one or more feeds (Constant Contact sync rules) per form

Installation

  1. Upload plugin files to your plugins folder, or install using WordPress’ built-in Add New Plugin installer.
  2. Activate the plugin
  3. Go to the plugin settings page (under Forms > Settings > Constant Contact)
  4. Enter the information requested by the plugin.
  5. Click Save Settings.
  6. If the settings are correct, it will say so.
  7. Follow on-screen instructions for integrating with Constant Contact.

FAQ

Does this plugin require Gravity Forms?

Yes, it does. You can purchase Gravity Forms here.

Does this plugin require Constant Contact?

Yes, it does. If you don’t have an Constant Contact account, sign up for an account here.

What’s the license for this plugin?

This plugin is released under a GPL license.

How do I prevent opt-in confirmation emails?

To disable “Confirmed Opt-in”, add this code to your theme’s functions.php file:

add_filter('gravity_forms_constant_contact_action_by', 'return_action_by_customer');
function return_action_by_customer() { return 'ACTION_BY_CUSTOMER'; }
How do I prevent access to the Settings page?

To see the Settings page (that has the Constant Contact username and password on it), an user must have the gravityforms_constantcontact capability. To enable or disable access to users, install the Members plugin and add or remove the capability from the user.

How do I prevent the Entry notes confirming that the entry was added to Constant Contact?

To disable this feature, add this code to your theme’s functions.php file:

add_filter('gravityforms_constant_contact_add_notes_to_entries', '__return_false');

Reviews

Very Useful

Great for connecting Gravity forms, transferring contacts over to Constant Contact and using their automation tools.

Not PHP7 Compatible

FILE: /wp-content/plugins/gravity-forms-constant-contact/api/cc_class.php
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FOUND 2 ERRORS AFFECTING 1 LINE
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82 | ERROR | Function eregi() is deprecated since PHP 5.3 and removed since PHP 7.0; use preg_match instead
82 | ERROR | Extension ‘ereg’ is deprecated since PHP 5.3 and removed since PHP 7.0 – use pcre instead.
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FILE: /wp-content/plugins/gravity-forms-constant-contact/constantcontact.php
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FOUND 0 ERRORS AND 1 WARNING AFFECTING 1 LINE
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1162 | WARNING | Use of deprecated PHP4 style class constructor is not supported since PHP 7.
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Works perfectly

This add-on for Gravity Forms works perfectly – just as you would expect of an official Gravity Forms add-on. This is because the developer uses exactly the same coding standards.

It’s built on top of the Gravity Forms Add-On Framework so the UI is familiar and easy to use. It also means that a great deal of security, future-proofing and compatibility with other add-ons is guaranteed.

Simple, works

I’m not a big constant contact fan, but a few clients use it. I’ve set this up a couple of times and it works just fine.

Not happy that it has to use their username and password, but the alternatives I’ve seen also need username and password. So I’m going to blame constant contact instead of this wordpress plugin.

For everything else, though, the plugin works as expected and lets you map all sorts of fields. So far it has done everything I have needed. Thanks

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Contributors & Developers

“Gravity Forms Constant Contact” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

3.0 on February 19, 2017

  • Completely rewritten to use the Gravity Forms Feed Addon 2.0. If you are upgrading, check your feed configuration!
  • Now requires Gravity Forms 1.9.14+

New Features:

  • Add subscriber to multiple lists at once
  • Use complex Opt-In Conditions (before, plugin only supported one condition)
  • Encrypt Constant Contact login settings
  • Improved restriction of settings page
  • Fixed bug that prevented emails with plus signs (+) from being processed properly
  • Confirmed compatibility with WordPress 4.7.2
  • Added improved logging
  • Added translation strings

2.2.2 (August 11, 2015)

  • Fixed: Invalid login issue (thanks @robertark!)
  • Confirmed plugin compatibility with WordPress 4.3

2.2 & 2.2.1 (January 5, 2015)

  • Fixed: Fatal error on activation for plugins located outside of /plugins/ directory
  • Modified: Converted API to use WordPress remote request functionality – now works with or without curl enabled.
  • Fixed: PHP notices
  • Tweak: Replace some images with Dashicons
  • Tweak: Update Constant Contact logo for Retina displays
  • Removed PressTrends reporting
  • Added: Intro to GravityView plugin
  • Tweak: Only fetch the API if a feed is going to be exported to CTCT

2.1.2 (February 5, 2014)

  • Fixed: Some servers are very sensitive to the fact of posting a form where some values are urls (in this case, the Constant Contact list endpoint). This version replaces that way of posting and adds three new methods to convert endpoint’s in short id’s and backwards.
  • Fixed: Minor corrections (html, PHP warnings)

2.1.1

  • Added: gravityforms_constant_contact_change_date_format filter to enable changing the format of the date field export to Constant Contact.

2.1

  • Fixed: Many PHP notices. This should fix the “spinning” issue when creating a feed with WP_DEBUG turned on.
  • Added: Now a note is added to each entry to confirm that the entry was added/updated in Constant Contact.
  • Improved: PHP 5.4 support
  • Improved: Look of the settings page, new CC logo

2.0.3

  • Made it clearer that you need to configure the settings before creating a feed.
  • Plugin now only checks username & password when saved; this prevents accounts being frozen
  • Corrected “Opt-in Source” to be ACTION_BY_CONTACT, which is correct. It used to be ACTION_BY_CUSTOMER.
  • Added notice when Gravity Forms isn’t installed or active
  • Attempted to fix bug where user names with spaces don’t connect to the API properly
  • Turned off curl debug for echoing errors on submitted forms. Add ?debug=true to the page URL to turn back on.

2.0.2

  • Fixed bug where Custom Fields don’t get sent to Constant Contact.
  • Added notice on Custom Fields feed setup to let user know that custom fields are limited to 50 characters.

2.0.1

  • Fixed issue where registration notice shows up on Plugins page, even when Gravity Forms is registered.

2.0

  • Converted to Gravity Forms Add-On Feeds system. If upgrading, you will need to re-configure your connected forms!
  • Removed dependence on the Constant Contact for WordPress plugin

1.1

  • Added list selection capability – allow users to choose which lists they are subscribed to (view the plugin’s Installation tab or the Help tab on the Edit Form page to learn more)
  • Improved notices if Gravity Forms or Constant Contact API is not installed or activated

1.0

  • Launched plugin