Connect Gravity Forms to User.com

It’s easy to connect Gravity Forms to User.com with WP Fusion, and requires zero coding experience.

All the tools you need to connect and grow

WP Fusion provides a tight integration between Gravity Forms and User.com.

Collect form submissions on your WordPress site and automatically create/update contacts in User.com, including support for unlimited custom fields, and applying tags or lists based on form submissions.

No limits, and no delays. All data is sent directly between Gravity Forms and User.com.

Setup

Setup is easy, first install WP Fusion and enter your User.com API credentials on the Setup screen.

Then head to your form and select the WP Fusion tab to create a feed.

Map your form fields on the left with fields in User.com on the right, and optionally select tags or lists to apply in User.com when the form is submitted.

That’s it! When the form is submitted, a contact record will be created in User.com, and the selected tags will be applied.

Conditional Logic

Create highly targeted segments of contacts in User.com using conditional logic.

For each form feed, create multiple conditions, and then apply different tags or lists in User.com based on the submitted values.

Pre-fill forms

Send emails from User.com with magic links that pre-fill your Gravity Forms fields using data from User.com contact records.

When the form is submitted, the data will automatically update the correct contact record in User.com.

It doesn’t stop with Gravity Forms

WP Fusion connects over 100 WordPress plugins bidirectionally with User.com, letting you do more with the tools you already use.

Click below to learn more about integrating Gravity Forms and User.com with WP Fusion.

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It doesn’t stop with Gravity Forms

WP Fusion connects over 100 WordPress plugins to User.com.

With integrations like WooCommerce, LearnDash, LifterLMS, MemberPress, Gravity Forms and Zapier, you can start doing more with the tools you already use.

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