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Gravity Forms

Gravity Forms

Capture leads in WordPress, then automatically add them to your GetResponse lists.

About the integration

Gravity Forms is a form creation tool specifically designed for WordPress. It allows users to design, customize, and integrate various types of forms into their websites. Notable features include drag & drop form building, online payment collection, workflow automation, and conditional logic.

Connect GetResponse with Gravity Forms to:

  • Integrate your online forms with the GetResponse email marketing service.
  • Collect and add subscribers to your GetResponse marketing list when a form is submitted.
  • Automatically send new leads from any form on your website directly to your GetResponse mailing list.
  • Map every field on your form directly to a custom field in GetResponse to collect more detailed information.
  • Implement conditional logic, allowing you to set specific conditions for when form data is sent to GetResponse.

How does it work?

Go through a few simple steps to connect Gravity Forms with GetResponse:

  1. Ensure you have both Gravity Forms and GetResponse accounts.
  2. In WordPress admin, hover over ‘Forms’, click ‘Settings’, then ‘GetResponse’.
  3. Find the API key in your GetResponse account under ‘Integrations & API’ and input it into Gravity Forms.
  4. Choose either MAX or Standard in the account type options, based on your GetResponse plan.
  5. Click ‘Save Settings’ in Gravity Forms and ensure you see a green check mark for successful integration.


Wordpress license

GetResponse account

Gravity Forms account


  • Automate processes
  • Grow your list
  • Forms & Surveys

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