I’m a big fan of Gravity Forms, and even a bigger fan of conditional logic. For devs and designers who use Gravity Forms, I’m sure it’s a no-brainer for them to take advantage of it. But there are a lot of WordPress beginners and average users who also use Gravity Forms but have never touched, or are even aware of it. Why? Because, it sounds scary. It’s sound like some kind of a coding thing.
Well, it’s not.
In this video I just touch the tip of the iceberg in what you can do with this feature. But this a good start to not only help you clean up your form while directing people to do specific actions when filling out the form, but also the beauty of conditional logic when it comes to notifications.
If you are a Gravity Form user, and have never used conditional logic, this video is a must-watch.