GravityView is a complementary tool for Gravity Forms that enables users to display online form content on WordPress websites. Its features include Gravity Forms entry importer and revisions, an inline edit plugin, maps, and more. In this article, we cover GravityView reviews and pricing. Ready to get started? Download now.
GravityView pricing is based on three paid licensing options: GravityView Core ($69/year), Core + Extensions ($159/year), and All Access ($349/year). The main differences between the plans include the number of sites the software can be used on, as well as access to premium features such as priority support, inline edit plugin, GravityView maps, and more.
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GravityView also offers a lifetime license for its All Access plan, which costs a one-time fee of $995. A 30-day money back guarantee is also available for unsatisfied users.
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Summary of GravityView Reviews
As of the date this article was written (April 3, 2019), there are no GravityView reviews online. If you are a past or current GravityView customer, leave a review to help other business owners who are deciding whether or not to use the software.
Check out the list below of some of GravityView’s features:
- Gravity Forms add-ons compatible
- Import CSVs
- Front-end edit entries
- Display dynamic table data
- Gravity Forms entry importer
- GravityView Maps
- Math by GravityView
- And more
Can users upgrade their license at any time?
Yes. Users may upgrade their license at any moment. The price of the existing license will be deducted from the total payment of the new one.
Are users required to purchase Gravity Forms to use GravityView?
Yes. Users cannot use GravityView without an existing license subscription with Gravity Forms. Any subscription plan from Gravity Forms will work with GravityView.
Here is a list of some of GravityView’s popular integrations:
- Data Tables
- Google Maps