I use Gravity Forms for all my sites. The Gravity Forms Directory plugin adds an ‘essential’ piece of functionality.
It allows you to add a listing of your form results in a sortable table. That listing is already filtered if you add a Category field to your Gravity Form. Only the results from a particular form will display in the table.
A very important feature of the Directory plugin is that it allows a logged-in user to edit his/her posts directly from the listing table. Picture the listing in a page in a private member area of a site. You also can set a parameter that the user can only see his/her own listing.
Logged-in Users/Members of a site can complete front facing forms, then, after a higher level editor publishes the posts created by the forms, the Member can go to the listing page and edit.
Like most plugin developer’s, Katz Web Services has his hands full responding to requests for this essential plugin to do more.
I will add my request to the list! Let Authors and Contributors edit their posts from the listing. Currently, only Users with the role of Editor are allowed to edit. This would give another layer of ‘member’ roles for a site.
Thank you Katz Web Services for all the hard work and ingenuity on this essential plugin.
I recently made an additional donation to the developer to continue his work. If you use this plugin, I urge you to do the same.
– Nancy, Millbrook Creative, Wayland, Mass
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