Good concept but recent versions are very buggy.
The last two versions: 3.16 and 3.15 are causing 500 error on admin and the front end.
This happens on several sites I have this installed on.
I had to ftp and rename leadin folder to get my sites back up.
for now, I have no choice but to disable plugin.
This plugin is very resource heavy and not appropriate for use in a shared hosting environment.
It generated way too many connections to the database and exceeded the limit of simultaneous connections my host allows (10).
As a result, my site went down as the connection with WordPress was broken.
Thankfully, I noticed that on time and thanks to great troubleshooting by my host's tech support, the problem was able to be pinpointed quickly and the site came back up.
If you are in a shared hosting environment - stay away!
Before I begin, let me ask you something. This plugin collects undisclosed data from your contact forms and sends it over to devs. Privacy and data usage policies are nowhere to be found. Do you feel lucky? Well, do ya, punk?…
Meanwhile, I love the functionality – when it actually works. It's a small business marketer's wet dream. But… Sometimes it creates a new contact from your contact form submission, and sometimes it doesn't. Oftentimes you receive a submission report, click the contact record link and get an error message.
Oh, and one more deal breaker: it ignores an "anti-spam honeypot" functionality of Gravity Forms, so all spambots will be catalogued as contacts. Congratulations, you'll have a gazillion of leads in a very short time!
Conclusion: good start, but needs a lot of work.
Prone to crashing and major error was found, they did email users, however this was too late.
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