Support » Plugin: Entry Expiration for Gravity Forms » I wish the settings were the other way around.

  • Resolved T Klein

    (@tklein87gmailcom)


    I’d much rather have to check the form i want the entries to expire on instead of having to go through all my forms and worry about my data being deleted because i forgot to check a box.

    It would be a better safety feature and more user friendly in my opinion.

    Good plugin by the way, been looking for something like this.

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/gravity-forms-entry-expiration/

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  • Plugin Author Travis Lopes

    (@travislopes)

    A future update of this plugin will switch form processing to which forms are set to be processed instead of which will be excluded from processing. Also in this update will be the ability to filter entry expiration based on meta data and entry values.

    I hope to have this update released in the next week or so.

    T Klein

    (@tklein87gmailcom)

    Awesome, that is good to know, I am going to keep your plugin installed and anticipate the update! 🙂 The website I am using it on wants to collect some private information, but doesn’t need the data stored in the database for any reason. I’ve been looking around for solutions and this one is perfect.

    Plugin Author Travis Lopes

    (@travislopes)

    Update has been released that switches the settings to require forms to be included for processing instead of excluded.

    Sorry, I am not seeing this functionality in the most recent release?

    Thanks

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