How WordPress Developers use GFChart to set up Charts and Reports
Do you want to show Live Data from your Gravity Forms as a Bar Chart, Pie Chart, 3D Pie Chart or a Donut Chart inside your blog posts and pages? This is the way to do it.
Gravity Forms v2.3 will contain changes to the underlying database schema. GFChart must be updated to ensure its continued accurate operation. The release date of Gravity Forms v2.3 is not yet known. GFChart customers must upgrade to v1.9.0. This will automatically show as a 1-click update in the WordPress dashboard, for existing customers with a […]
GFChart GravityView add-on v0.3 has been released. This maintenance release is fully compatible with the Gravity Forms database changes coming in v2.3. Changes Tweak: Gravity Forms v2.3 database compatibility New: automatic update capability for future releases and customers with an updated license key Important GFChart should be upgraded to v1.9.0 before Gravity Forms […]
Example: Our demo site has an option ‘Dinosaur ride’. The bar chart on the sample output is labelled ‘Dinosaur’ (the word ride has been omitted). This is achieved by using the ‘show values’ function in Gravity Forms. Within Gravity Forms, navigate to the ‘Form Editor’, open the specific field, and configure as shown below. (Note […]