Join Morten Rand-Hendriksen for an in-depth discussion in this video Viewing form submissions, part of WordPress Plugins: Contact Forms (2014).
…If you have been following this course…from the beginning, you'll remember that the…Jetpack Contact Form plugin allowed you to…save the form entries directly inside WordPress.…With Contact Form 7, you had to add the Flamingo…plugin to be able to save those entries inside WordPress.…When it comes to Gravity Forms, all…entries are also automatically saved inside WordPress.…But there's a bonus here.…The entries are saved based on the form they were submitted from.…So, if you have several different forms, the entries are…associated with the specific form where that entry came from.…
To show you how this works, I've created a second form and…placed it somewhere else on my site, and called it Request Form.…You see it here.…And when we go to Forms in the admin panel,…and just look at the list of the available forms.…You'll see here, we have the number of views for each form.…They're currently at zero, because I've been logged…in the whole time I've been viewing it.…And you also have the entries, and here you see I have four entries…
- Installing and activating contact-form plugins
- Adding a basic contact form
- Creating advanced fields
- Viewing and exporting form submissions
- Receiving form submissions