Gravity Forms is a form builder plugin for WordPress. It comes with a drag and drop form builder to make it easy for you to create a form. Gravity Forms comes with a native integration support with Gutenberg — the default editor of WordPress. You can easily embed your form to a Gutenberg-powered page using a native block provided by Gravity Forms. If you use a page builder plugin such as Elementor or Divi Builder, you can embed your form using shortcode. You can embed your form to a page regardless of the editor/page builder you use on your WordPress site.
Gravity Forms supports extensive field types, allowing you create a wide range of form types. From a simple contact form to a payment form. Here are the field types supported by Gravity Forms:
The conditional logic feature offered by Gravity Forms allows you to change what the user sees depending on the fields they select.
Depending on the plan you use, you can connect Gravity Forms with popular third-party services like Maichimp, GetResponse, Dropbox, PayPal, Stripe, and so on.