A week ago my notice came through for my developer’s license of Gravity Forms. Of course, I paid it without hesitation.
That got me thinking…
Have I used this plugin since I started with WordPress? It seemed like it. So I checked my records and found out that I bought my first personal license in November of 2010, luring me away from Contact Form 7 which I wasn’t that thrilled with. I started with WordPress in 2007, hitting it seriously the next year, but 2010 was around the time I really started focusing more on it by dropping my print design and doing WordPress sites for clients.
Once I purchased my first license I was hooked. It was only a year later I went for the developers license. I am thinking it was a combination of being able to use it on my client’s site as well as getting access to all those add-ons, even though it was far less than it is today.
As the years went by, it never occurred to me to not use Gravity Forms. And as time passed, I used it more on my own sites and less on clients. In other words, I felt it was better for them to purchase their own license for many reasons. A few months ago I pulled the license off a dozen or so sites where it still remained from older clients and recommended they purchase their own. Now it’s less than a handful who I share my license with.
A Look at Gravity Forms
With that said, it brings me back to the fact that I am obviously a big fan of Gravity Forms. And since it’s been a while, and if you haven’t taken the dive yet, here is a walk-through of just some of the features and flexibility you will find with this plugin (yes, including Conditional Logic). So grab your favorite beverage and join me for the next 28 minutes ….
Check it out today over on GravityForms.com.