This add-on aims to streamline data management and presentation by allowing users to merge information from one or more forms into a consolidated and coherent entry.
With the ability to create a unified view displaying combined data, it offers improved clarity, simplified reporting, and easier analysis.
Imagine a scenario where you run a doctor’s practice, and you have distinct forms for collecting patient contact details and another form for recording patient health information.
The Multiple Forms add-on comes to the rescue by enabling you to seamlessly combine these two forms into one comprehensive entry.
By doing so, you eliminate the need to create separate views for each form, simplifying the process and making it easier to comprehend the data.
One of the key strengths of Multiple Forms lies in its capability to synthesize data across multiple streams effectively.
For instance, the add-on allows you to merge data from two or more forms that share common field values. This means you can display all data from form #1, regardless of whether the fields in form #2 have content.
Alternatively, you can choose to display only those entries from form #1 that have corresponding values in form #2. This flexibility empowers users to tailor their data presentation to suit their specific needs and preferences.
To cater to various visualization requirements, Multiple Forms seamlessly integrates with any GravityView layout type. Whether you prefer a Table layout, DataTables, List, Maps, or DIY (Do It Yourself), you can confidently display data from different sources using your preferred GravityView layout type.
In summary, Multiple Forms is a promising add-on for Gravity Forms, designed to merge data from multiple forms into a unified entry and showcase it seamlessly using various GravityView layouts.
By allowing users to synthesize data from different streams, it enhances clarity, simplifies reporting, and empowers users with valuable insights for better analysis.