This plugin has been closed as of May 2, 2019 and is not available for download. Reason: Security Issue.


August 12, 2018
Why can't people just do what they say and not tinker with other areas of Gravity Forms. Initially I thought this was a great plugin, it does do what you want, and IF you only have one confirmation then happy days.... However I have 6 different confirmations based on what a user does when they complete the form. Each confirmation has it's own conditional logic which works great. Then when you activate this plugin all that conditional logic is over-ridden with a separate entry at the bottom of each confirmation. You only get the options to .. Show this confirmation: Never Always When a new entry is submitted When a entry is updated That means that any other logic I have set for each confirmation and notification is ignored. If the setting is set to ALWAYS , then all 6 confirmations are shown, NEVER will hide the confirmation (even if the other conditional logic states that it should display). Select 'When a new entry is submitted' and again it will display regardless of whether the built in conditional logic dictates it or not, so again I have all 6 showing , or all 6 hidden. Such a shame, but I guess for those who only ever have 1 confirmation or 1 notification then this may work for you. I suspect the vast majority of people out there have more than that, and don't want the fact that sticky list is enabled to dictate whether a confirmation should be displayed or not! I have posted about this in the support forum but as I see that it doesn't get read/replied to very often then I felt the need for a review as well. I have had to go to a paid plugin, which is brilliant and support is great. I accept free plugins are just that and can be very patchy, but this feature/bug has totally killed it for me (and any other users who have multiple confirmations) I will look again at this plugin in a few months. If they have fixed this I will update this review.
August 1, 2018
This plugin worked great for me - on one form. When trying to use it with another form, it cannot seem to find any entries. I have checked the sticky list settings. I have checked my form to ensure that I have the sticky list enabled on the fields I want to display. I have read through almost every related forum post. It's really not a complicated procedure to get it working, which leaves me to think there is a bug. The shortcode is connecting with the correct form, because it is displaying the customized "no entries" message. The problem is that there ARE entries. I noticed that there were a lot of unanswered posts, and although my request has only been there a little over a day, I suspect it is unlikely to get a response.
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