Support » Plugin: GravityWP - Count » Show total entries submitted by entry creator

  • Resolved small_fork

    (@emilymoran84)


    Hello,

    I’ve been reading through your documentation and searched the forum, but I’ve not been able to find the answer to this.

    I’m wanting to show the count of entries submitted by the user on the current entry within a Gravity View and possibly Gravity Form tables. I don’t know if I’m missing more documentation, but I can’t find anything about whether this plugin supports Merge Tags like GravityView shortcodes can.

    I’m wanting to be able to add a column in the Gravity View, or Gravity Flow inbox that shows the count of entries on that form by the user who created the given entry (if that makes sense?).

    I can’t find more info on the “created_by” parameter other than “current” or, in your “most extensive shortcode” example, it has “1” as the value, which I’m assuming is the user ID? If there is a way to have it dynamically use the ID of the user who submitted that entry, that would be ideal.

    Also, in your “most extensive shortcode” example, you “filter_mode=”” as an option, but I can’t find any information on what parameters it accepts”?

    Please forgive me if I’m missing the obvious. I read through the FAQs on here, searched the forum, and read through the page on your website. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much for your time!

    • This topic was modified 7 months, 3 weeks ago by small_fork.
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  • Plugin Author GravityWP

    (@gravitywp)

    Hi @emilymoran84

    GravityView has this merge tag available: {created_by:ID}
    You must have GravityView activated on your site.

    With the merge tag, you can dynamically populate the shortcode (created_by='{created_by:ID}’).

    Concerning your second question, in the changelog, you can see we added this function to select filter_mode in version 0.6: Added filter mode options to attribute of the shortcode filter_mode (default: all | other options: any)

    Hope this answers your questions.

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