Please ensure you have the following things in place before you begin.
WordPress with Gravity Forms installed
Admin access to install WordPress plugins
A Cyclr account
Cyclr Gravity Forms Plugin connector installed
Once you have confirmed the above, you can download our Gravity Forms plugin.
In WordPress, click Plugins and then Add New
On the Add Plugins page, click Upload Plugin
Locate the zip file for the plugin on your computer and upload it
Once those steps are complete, you are ready to setup the plugin.
Get your webhook’s URL from Cyclr
Create a cycle and install the Gravity Forms Plugin connector
Click/drag the Form Entry step into the builder
Click the cog icon on the step and copy the webhook’s URL to your clipboard; this is where your form will post its data
Set up Gravity Forms
In Gravity Forms, open your form for editing
Add a new hidden field to your form named WebhookUrl
On the field’s Advanced tab, set the Default Value to be the webhook URL generated by your step in Cyclr
Note: If you are using Conditional Logic to show/hide fields, make sure you added the hidden field WebhookUrl above all fields which have Conditional Logic. It is recommended to add WebhookUrl to the very top of your form.
Set up custom fields in Cyclr
Cyclr will not know about the fields you’ve added to your form by default. You will need to add these in Cyclr.
The simplest way is to make a dummy submission of your form after having clicked the Field Discovery button on your Form Entry Step in your cycle. This will cause Cyclr to wait for a submission to arrive which will then be parsed to create new Custom Fields.
To manually add Fields or to change existing ones, follow these steps:
In the builder, open the connector in the sidebar and click the Settings button
Under Methods & Fields, pop open the Entries category and then the Form Entry webhook