Getting Started With Multiple Forms

Note: The Multiple Forms extension is still in Beta, which means we're working on adding new features and improving functionality. Before start using it, please make sure to check its known limitations.

In this article, we’ll show you how to get set up with the Multiple Forms extension.

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Installing Multiple Forms

You can install the Multiple Forms extension from inside WordPress. Simply hover over "GravityKit", click "Products & Licenses", scroll down to “Multiple Forms” and click "Install Now".

The Install Now button for the GravityView Multiple Forms extension, on the GravityKit Products & Licenses page

You can now start combining data from multiple Gravity Forms on your website.

How Does it Work?

Multiple Forms allows you to join data in two different ways: 

  • Left Join (default) – Display all data from form #1, regardless of whether the fields in form #2 have content.
  • Inner Join ("strict entry matching") – Only display entries from form #1 that have values in form #2 (see how to enable this below).

Here's a graphic to help you visualize these two ways of combining and displaying data.

a graphic illustrating the difference between a Right Join and an Inner Join

Joining Multiple Forms Together

Start by creating a new View and select your first form as a data source. Now, click the button that says "Add Join Condition" to add a second form.

A button that says Add Join Condition on the GravityView Data Source meta boxNow, select the field you want to join on. This should be a field common to both forms (in the example below, we're using the "Email" field).

Two forms joined on the Email field

After selecting a View layout, you can now add fields from both forms to your View layout.

Two buttons in the GravityView View editor allowing you to add fields from two different forms to a single View

Enabling Strict Entry Matching

To enable "strict entry matching", scroll down to the View Settings and check the box that says "Strict Entry Match".

A checkbox that says 'Strict Entry Match' in the GravityView View Settings

When you're done, check out your View on the front end.

A table displaying data from two separate forms in Gravity Forms

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