Gravity Forms version 1.5 left beta and hit the shelves today, bringing the much anticipated new version into the public’s hands. Gravity Forms 1.5 brings a number of new features to the table. Top of the list are multi-page forms, pricing fields, post field enhancements, and a handful of new hooks and filters. You can find the full list of new features in their version 1.5 blog post.
You want more? Okay greedy, keep reading.
Version 1.0 of the PayPal and User Registration Add-Ons were released today as well. The PayPal Add-On allows you to accept PayPal payments through a Gravity Form, including donations and recurring payments. The User Registration Add-On allows you to create user registration forms which include BuddyPress and Multisite integration (as well as integration with the aforementioned PayPal Add-On). This brings the total number of Gravity Forms Add-Ons to five; the other three are MailChimp, FreshBooks, and Campaign Monitor integration. These Add-Ons are only available to those with Developer Licenses.
Along with the flurry of releases, the Gravity Forms website saw a redesign as well. The new site is much lighter than the previous design, shown after the break for comparison. The new site design includes a count of the sites using Gravity Forms (now over 100,000) and a solid Fight Club reference. There’s plenty to see on the new site, so why don’t you just check it out?
Gravity Forms redesign, compared to their old one (link goes to full size comparison image):
Now, with 100,000 sites under their belt, some of our readers must be fervent Gravity Forms customers. What do you folks think? And if you’re new to Gravity Forms, do today’s launches bring you any closer to whipping out that credit card?