The best way to integrate with iContact
Integrate your Gravity Forms forms so that when users submit a form entry, the entries get added to iContact. Link any field type with iContact, including custom fields.
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- Upload plugin files to your plugins folder, or install using WordPress’ built-in Add New Plugin installer
- Activate the plugin
- Go to the plugin settings page (under Forms > Settings > iContact)
- Enter the information requested by the plugin.
- Click Save Settings.
- If the settings are correct, it will say so.
- Follow on-screen instructions for integrating with iContact.
- Does this plugin require Gravity Forms?
Yes, it does.
- Does this plugin require iContact?
Yes, it does.
- What’s the license for this plugin?
This plugin is released under a GPL license.
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Contributors & Developers
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- Fixed: When opt-in Field type is a product, the label selected on the Feed opt-in condition is different then the value sent on the form submission (it comes in format ‘label’|’price’ )
- Fixed: PHP “static” warnings
- Removed fatal error development code. Sorry about that!
- Tested with Gravity Forms 1.7
- Added: Now fully supports sandbox mode (as requested)
- Fixed: Issue with checkboxes not submitting values
- Improved: If list names have public names, they’re added to the iContact name instead of replacing it (as requested)
- Improved Custom Field support: now sorts alphabetically, no longer has limit on number of custom fields.
- Fixed PHP warning
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- Converted cached lists and custom fields to site_transient instead of transient; this will work better for WordPress Multisite.
- Fixed issue where only 20 lists were being fetched for Feed setup
- Improved error handling by considering “warnings” errors and stopping processing if iContact doesn’t successfully create contact.
- Added: Entries now get assigned a iContact ID that links directly to the edit page for the iContact contact
- Added: Notes are now added to Entries with the success or error messages from exporting to iContact
- Fixed issue users were having where form merge fields don’t get pulled properly (see here and here). Issue only affected accounts with no custom fields defined.
- Fixed issues where contacts were not being added to iContact
- Added support for lists with non-alphanumeric characters
- Hopefully fixed issue where plugin doesn’t pull fields to match up with the forms in Gravity Forms feed setup.
- Added iContact signup link when plugin is not configured