Vitaljik, trying to force different integrations when there is fluentforms and fluentSMTP would just be a weird decision if you are going to use FluentCRM. Also sending post updates is possible if you set up the right automation.
@yvankarman2 I see the point of @vitaljik here. First of all just for the fact that the same team who made FluentCRM pushes their products and not allowing native integration with modules renowned on WordPress ecosystem, does not make them better.
Each product has their free version, what the developers here ignore is that many of us out there already have customers integrated to products like Gravity forms, and to throw those out in favour of any other forms, just because the developers ignore the community demands, thats their issue.
A lot of people try to push their products and only those in front, thats ignorance and lack of respect to the people who already use other plugins. I am in same boat with his points made above.
@yvankarman2 I see the point of @vitaljik here too. FluentForms only supports Stripe and PayPal payment gateways… I use Square which Gravity integrates with. I don’t want to have to change my entire business payments.
Also, their FluentForm payments modules are buggy. Try using a fixed amount coupon on a recurring payment and see how that plays out. It’s been a known bug for ages, yet nothing has been done to fix it. If you raise an serious issue like that with Gravity Forms, they get onto it right away and fix it.