Gravity Forms is a very handy form builder for WordPress. It comes with lots add-ons that allow you to send your entries to other services, like MailChimp.
However, not every service has made an add-on for GravityForms yet. So what can you then do to submit form entries to this service?
Most services offer an API, and this add-on makes it possible to send your form entries to API's.
- Create unlimited
Send to APIfeeds
- Use request methods like
- Authenticate with bearer tokens, basic auth or through custom headers
- Add additional fields in the request that are not in the form, including arrays
- Store (parts) of the response as merge tags
- Add custom headers to the request
- Resend entries
Will any API work?
The add-on should work with most REST(full) API's. You can authenticate with the following methods:
- Bearer token
- Basic auth
- Through a custom header
Of course, you can also send a request without any authentication method.
How to install
After purchasing the product, you'll receive a license key and a ZIP-file containing the plugin. You can upload this the admin section of your WordPress site. Go to
Plugins and click
After activating the plugin, go to
Settings and then
Send to API. There you will be able to enter your license code. With the license code, you be able to receive future updates on this plugin.
You'll find detailed documentation here.
The Personal license is valid for one year, for one site, and will be automatically renewed. The Developer plan includes a lifetime license for unlimited sites.
- PHP 8.0 or higher
- Gravity Forms minimum version 1.9.16