Gravity Perks – Gravity Forms Limit Submissions
Put restrictions on who may submit your form, when it can be submitted, where it can be submitted, and how often it can be submitted. Make the submission limitations more complicated by basing them on the user who submitted the form, the role that person played, their IP address, any field value that was submitted on the form, or the page from which the form was submitted.
Limit who can submit your forms.
Limit by user, role, and IP.
Limit what can be submitted.
Permit users to enter their name and address only once, any number of times, or in any other combination of fields. Alternatively, you can allow users to submit any other combination of fields.
Limit where your forms can be submitted.
Make use of the same form across numerous pages, but set a cap on the number of submissions that can be made on each page.
Limit when your forms can be submitted.
1 per minute? 5 per day? 10 proposals all the time? Everything is easily customizable, and there is a wide range of time periods!
Combine multiple limitations for granular control.
Make up your own complicated submission limits by combining different kinds of restrictions from the available options.
Custom limitation message.
When the limit has been reached, a custom limitation message that supports merge tags should be displayed.
Limit reached notifications.
When the limit has been reached, configurable Gravity Forms alerts can be used to notify either the administrator or the user who submitted the form.
Handy shortcode to display submission and limitation counts.
Show the current number of submissions, the remaining count, and the limit for the total number of entries.
Powerful developer options.
This plugin has a wealth of features that can be extended even further thanks to its global feeds, collective multi-form restrictions, and well-documented hooks.
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