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Scheduling Gravity Forms Notifications

  |  by Chris Eggleston

Do you want to schedule your Gravity Forms notifications to be released on a schedule like a marketing campaign, abandon cart campaign, or send a yearly birthday email?

There are a number of other ways to use this new Gravity Wiz perk to enhance your Gravity Forms notifications.

What Gravity Forms Notifications Scheduler Does

Gravity Wix has just released a brand new perk, Gravity Forms Notifications Scheduler, and it is amazing.

Here’s how you can use scheduled notifications to level up your business!

  • Create robust drip campaigns to onboard new customers or nurture fresh leads.
  • Send yearly offers to existing users on their birthday, signup anniversary, or any other recurring event.
  • Schedule reminders ahead of the big event with helpful tips for a satisfying experience.
  • Remind customers when their subscription or credit card is expiring.

And so much more!

Listen to my Initial Thoughts on the Plugin:

Known Limitations

No Unsubscribe Feature

I have been assured that this is at the top of their list to be added.

However, as a workaround, you can add am Unsubscribe link to the notification message that that takes the user to a form where they can enter their email address to be “removed from the list”.

Doesn’t Replace the “Mailchipms”, YET!

As of right now, this new add-on does not provide enough functionality to be able to replace the use of third-party email services like Mailchimp or Convertkit.

Unless you’re using them for very basic email campaigns or one-off emails.

Alternative Solution

There is another add-on, that has been on the mark for a while now that I mention in the video, Gravity Forms Delayed Email Notifications.

Truth is, I don’t have much confidence in the developers of this add-on, which I also mention in the video.

When Gravity Forms 2.5 rolled out the plugin author was not ready and their plugin did not support 2.5, and as a result, any user that updated Gravity Forms could no longer use their delayed notifications.

The really frustrating bit, it took them months to release a version of their plugin that supported Gravity Forms 2.5. They should have used the beta release period to get ready for such a major release.

Why Use this Gravity Wiz Perk?

Gravity Wiz is a certified Gravity Forms developer, which means they are held to a higher standard, but they have also proven themselves as reliable and dedicated to creating and supporting quality products.

You can learn more about Gravity Wiz here and the Notifications Scheduler here.

Pro Tip

If you’re going to use a solution like this for a client site, I’d highly recommend that you also use a plugin like GravityHopper Form Integrity.

This plugin will help reduce the chances that your client deactivates or deletes a plugin that is essential to your forms to work as expected.

The Wrap Up

We will be providing some additional tutorials to show you some specific use cases of how you can use the Notifications Scheduler perk soon.

You should join our email list so that you can be notified when we publish them, signup here!

If you’re looking for a way to enhance Gravity Forms Notifications, this is it!

Got get the Gravity Wiz perk, Gravity Forms Notifications Scheduler today!

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Chris Eggleston
Chris is not just a Gravity Forms enthusiast; he's a dedicated father and loving husband. As the proud owner of WP Mantis, he's on a mission to simplify the WordPress experience for site owners. He brings a unique perspective to the Gravity Forms community.


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1 year ago

Was searching for an alternative to Gravity Forms Delayed Email Notifications plugin, as there seems to be compatibility issue with latest version of Gravity Forms. This seems to be an recurring issue with the developer, exactly like what you mentioned in your review. Have just purchased GP perks from your link, tested it out and works great on my site. Glad to chance upon your review.