As part of our GravityView integration, GFChart charts/calculations now modify according to the search parameters selected in GravityView. Charts/Calculations can either be displayed within the GravityView widgets, or Charts/Calculations displayed elsewhere on the same page as a ‘View’ also work according to the search criteria. Further details to follow.
We are delighted to launch this integration with GravityView* that charts single entries. This is ideal for personality or psychological assessment tests. Learn more *Affiliate link
GFChart v1.4.0 has now been released. This maintenance release enables developers to control filtering and use the power of GFChart in the WordPress admin area. Changes New: support for charts in the WordPress admin area. New: new ‘gfchart_config’ filter (credit: Serafín Danessa). Tweak: software licensing reliability improvement. More detail for developers echo do_shortcode(‘[ […]
GFChart v1.3.0 has now been released. This introduces support for exporting and importing charts/calculations between WordPress installs. Changes New: import and export charts alongside forms. New: GFChart Plus launched including pre-configured templates. Tweak: UI improved to show which page(s) Chart/Calculation(s) appear on. Fix: malfunctioning capability removed from the admin bar. Fix: broken images fixed […]
GFChart v1.2.0 is now live. This feature release introduces support for Gravity Forms advanced survey fields, and a new average calculation. Changes New: Bar and Pie charts for Gravity Forms Survey Likert, Radio Buttons, Rating, Drop Down and Ranking. Note checkbox and multi-select checkbox are not supported. New: calculation of average. Confirmed: full compatibility […]