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  • Hi
    I am a newbie at WordPress.

    I am building a website which will collect data from visitors via web forms. The data will have to be stored into a database which will have to be accessible and browsable by all visitors.
    The fields of that database are the commonly used business entries for a company/organization, such as name and location, business/interest focus, contact details, etc.
    I guess that for these purposes some sort of WordPress-based CRM must already be available.
    Could you please tell me what I should be looking for?
    Will it be included in the basic WP installation (I am using v4.8.3) or will I need to add a plugin?
    Thanks

    –soppa

    • This topic was modified 10 months, 3 weeks ago by  soppa.
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  • A large portion of people use Gravity Forms just for this, especially since you can create the form yourself, it also stores entries in the db.

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