WooCommerce Gravity Forms Product Add-Ons

Last Updated: February 28, 2019
Version: 3.3.8
Rating: 4.1
Developer: Woocommerce Extensions
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Product Description

Create product add-ons using the powerful form building capabilities found in Gravity Forms
With the Gravity Forms Product Add-ons extension, advanced product configuration forms can be built and linked to any product in WooCommerce. Forms that contain conditional logic, pricing fields, user input prices, conditional-pricing fields, conditional submit button logic can all be created for your products. Additionally, any product that contains a Gravity Form is tracked in the cart to ensure, no matter how complex your product form only unique configurations are added to the cart and duplicates are incremented in quantity.

The Gravity Forms Product Add-ons extension gives you full control over how the display of the prices in the store should appear. You can use the default price displays that WooCommerce will display, or in the case of a configurable product containing pricing fields, set the price to something such as “As Low as $1000″.

You also have control over when the bbuilt-inautomatic price calculation will be displayed, if at all, and have the ability to configure each label individually.

Supported Gravity Form Fields and Features:
Standard Fields:

Single Line Text
Drop Down
Radio Buttons
Paragraph Text
Multi Select
Section Break
Advanced Fields:

File Upload
Pricing Fields:
Option – Drop Down
Option – Check-boxes
Option – Radio buttons

Conditional submit button logic
Multi-paged forms
Required fields
Not yet supported: 

Post creation fields

Change Log

WooCommerce Gravity Forms Product Add-Ons Changelog – Version: 3.3.8

2019.02.27 – version 3.3.8
* Update: Include new filter woocommerce_gforms_order_item_meta to allow filtering of order item metadata just prior to it being added to the WC order item.
* Update: Perform a check before adding order item metadata to prevent duplicates. This could only be caused if the filter was being called incorrectly twice for some reason.
* Update: Include new filter woocommerce_gforms_get_cart_item_total to filter the gforms total to be added to the cart item.
* Update: Include the ability to attach a gravity form to a products bulk input form when WooCommerce Bulk Variation Forms are in use.