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Gravity PDF &#; For All your PDF Needs!

Featured Add-Ons -Gravity FormsBy Gravity FormsPublished October 26,

Gravity PDF

We are excited to announce that Gravity PDF has joined our new Certified Developer Program. With Gravity PDF you can automatically generate and email downloadable PDFs. Whether you want to send invoices, contracts, letters of business, or some other type of PDF based on your form submissions, Gravity PDF can help to enhance your form experience.

In this article, we find out everything you need to know about Gravity PDF &#; we discuss the numerous add-ons, the wide assortment of features and PDF templates available, and consider a selection of use cases, showcasing how people are currently using Gravity PDF. Let’s get started…

Note: You can now view all of the certified add-ons within the Gravity Forms add-on browser. For more information on this, check out the Certified Add-On Browser announcement post.

All You Need to Know About Gravity PDF

Gravity Forms makes collecting information from your audience quick and easy with our high-end, user-friendly forms. Once you’ve collected that data, the question becomes “how can you transform that information to a format that will add more value to your business”. This is where Gravity PDF enters the picture.

As mentioned, Gravity PDF will automatically generate and email downloadable PDFs. These documents can be automatically emailed to both the admin and end-user of a form submission, or, if used in conjunction with one of Gravity Forms’ payment Add-Ons, after a payment has been completed.

By automating these processes, not only will it save you time and resources, but it will create a professional front to your business and ensure you cater to the needs of your clients and customers.

Gravity PDF is also extremely focused on privacy and security. PDFs are generated on demand on your server, and therefore there are no third parties involved, no potential data leaks, and no monthly fees or rate limits &#; perfect for businesses that need to comply with GDPR.

Let’s now find out about the add-ons and services Gravity PDF offers&#;

Free Core Plugin and Customizable PDF Templates

Universal Templates

Gravity PDF is a freemium service, offering its core plugin for free and enabling any Gravity Forms customer to create PDFs from their form entries. The core plugin gives you access to all the essential features, including four highly-customizable PDF templates. You can also purchase further premium templates from the Template Shop.

All templates can be personalized to suit your business needs &#; add your logo, header, and footer, alter paper size and orientation, install your own fonts, and much more, using Gravity PDF’s rich text editor.

It is important to note that Gravity PDF supports most languages out of the box including Arabic, Hebrew, Chinese, and Japanese, enabling you to send PDFs in the language of your choice.

To top it off, Gravity PDF provides in-depth documentation, how-to guides, and free general support to help all users with any common problems and/or troubleshooting issues.

Build Your Own Templates

Custom Templates

If you are a developer, then you can follow the Gravity PDF Template Guide and build your own templates using HTML, CSS, and PHP. There’s a wide assortment of documented hooks and filters to change how the plugin functions, and there is full support for all field types found in official Gravity Forms Add-Ons, as well as many third-party add-ons.

Advanced Add-Ons


Gravity PDF offers a number of advanced premium add-ons to further extend the core plugin. These include…

  • Core Booster &#; Get more control over the appearance of your Core and Universal premium PDF templates.
  • Watermark &#; Easily add text or image watermarks to your PDFs.
  • Bulk Generator &#; Save time and export all Gravity PDF documents from your forms in just a few clicks.
  • Previewer &#; Preview Gravity PDF-generated documents on-screen while the user is filling out your form.
  • Reports for GFChart &#; Generate professional PDF reports with GFChart, giving you valuable insight into your Gravity Forms data.

Gravity PDF also has deep integration with the popular automation plugin Gravity Flow. Email multiple PDFs at any point in a workflow, or use the Previewer Add-On with the Gravity Flow user input step to allow users to review contracts or digitally sign.

Bespoke PDF Service

Bespoke Templates

You can hire the Gravity PDF team to build custom templates for you. Whether you want to auto-fill existing PDF documents or generate highly dynamic PDFs (or a combination), the experienced Gravity PDF team will build you a solution to meet your business PDF document needs.

Contact Gravity PDF directly for more information on this service.

Gravity PDF Case Studies

So now we have a good idea of what Gravity PDF is offering, let’s next look at some more specific use cases to help us further understand how this product can be used…

Government Organizations

Case Study - Climate Wise

Gravity PDF is a great fit with Government organizations due to its advanced data protection security measures and the professional experience that this product provides.

Climate Wise Communities is a great example of Gravity PDF being used in a real-life situation by a government agency. On the agency’s website, the public can complete a Ready Check form to establish how prepared they are for an extreme weather emergency. A PDF report is then generated based on a user’s answers, which people can refer to in order to help them improve their emergency readiness.

Check out the Climate Wise Case Study for more information on this project.

Signing Agreements

Case Study - N-Tune

Using the Gravity Forms Signature Add-On, you can collect and then display digital signatures on your PDF documents. This is a great feature for any business needing their customers or clients to fill out and sign an online agreement or contract.

Top Tip: The Previewer Add-On is perfect for allowing users to review the document on-screen during signing.

So how can you use these two add-ons in the real world? Gravity PDF is used by a local chain of music stores in Texas who offer a band and instrument rental service to schools. Using Gravity Forms, Gravity PDF, and WooCommerce, they launched an online store, automatically generating Rental Purchase Agreement documentation that customers can sign online using the Previewer and Signature add-ons.

For more information on this use case, have a read of this Rent Online Case Study.

Legal Documents

Case Study - Franchising Code

With Gravity PDF you can automatically generate legal documents and contracts for businesses which, if created correctly by a professional agency, can stand up in court.

Franchising Code is a dispute resolution agency that provides an end-to-end administration service to help resolve disputes between franchisors and franchisees. Disgruntled franchisees can use the online Notice of Dispute generator to create and serve legal paperwork to the franchisors, starting the process of mediation.

Have a read of this Franchise Code Case Study to find out more.

Final Thoughts from Jake Jackson (Founder of Gravity PDF)

When asked to sum up Gravity PDF, Jake Jackson, founder of Gravity PDF, told us&#;

“I think of Gravity PDF like you would a new car. Some people love the car and don’t want to change a thing. Others want to add accessories such as roof racks, or a tow ball. And then others still want a car, but it really needs to be specially built and fit for purpose – think a lifted 4×4 or a race car. 

Gravity PDF caters to all these users. We’ve a range of paid upgrades to enhance the product, and can tailor a custom PDF solution (your race car) specifically for your business needs. You’d be surprised just how many race cars are out there!”

Are you ready to get started with Gravity PDF? For more information on Gravity PDF, and the other developers in this program, check out the Certified Developers and Add-Ons page.

Any questions for Gravity PDF? Feel free to ask away in the comments below&#; 


Fillable PDFs =
PDFs from Gravity Forms made simple

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Generate PDFs from Gravity Forms quickly and easily. Store locally, and import PDFs to use as the basis of a new Gravity Forms form.

Automatically Generate PDFs

Generate PDFs when a form is filled out, automatically!

PDFs With Minimal Configuration

Setting up Fillable PDFs is quick and easy. Automatically generate PDFs in a couple of clicks.

Privacy Protected

Generated PDFs are never stored on the ForGravity server. All generated PDFs are stored locally on your website.

Templates are stored on the ForGravity API server.

Create a Form From a PDF

Save time and import an existing PDF to be created as a Gravity Form.

Exclusive to the Professional and Agency licenses.

Send Generated PDFs With Form Notifications

Attach and send PDFs to your existing Gravity Forms form notifications. Making data management more straightforward with all your data in one place.

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PDF Generation Made Simple

You don't need to be a technical wizard to setup PDFs. With the visual template mapper, you can quickly and easily set which Gravity Forms fields populate which PDF form fields.

Signed, Sealed, Delivered
- Digital Signatures

Add digital signatures and other images added to your Gravity Forms form directly into your PDF. Perfect for contracts.

Digital signing requires Gravity Forms Signature Add-On.

Convert PDFs into
Gravity Forms Forms

If you already have the perfect form, you don't want to have to create it again. Fillable PDFs helps you to convert any PDF into a Gravity Forms form quickly, allowing you to set up your form in minutes, not hours.

Exclusive to the Professional and Agency licenses.

PDFs Secured - Lock Down Access

Prevent unwanted users from accessing generated PDFs with password protection. Want even more control? Restrict generated PDFs to only be viewable by the form submitter.

Allow Users to Download the Generated PDF on the Confirmation Page

Display a link to the customized generated PDFs allowing users to download the PDF with the information they entered easily. Use our Gutenberg block to display a user's generated PDFs on any page or use our GravityView View field to display PDF links within a view.

Populate PDF Fields from
Almost Anywhere

Map any form field or entry meta item directly to your PDF fields, including Nested Forms fields. Combine multiple fields together using merge tags. Populate Gravity Forms Image Choices images directly into your PDF.

Build Advanced Workflows With Conditional Logic

Fillable PDFs is fully compatible with Gravity Forms' powerful built-in conditional logic. Utilize this in-depth logic to generate only PDFs that match specific set rules. Need even more advanced workflows? Use our Gravity Flow step.


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How exactly does the generation of the PDF work?
The form data is submitted to our server where the PDF is generated. The generated PDF is then sent back to your server where it's stored.

The data submitted to the Fillable PDFs server is immediately deleted automatically. No data is retained.
Are there any limits on how many PDFs I can generate?
No! All Fillable PDFs plans come with unlimited PDF generation.
Will my PDF styling/CSS be retained?
No. When you import a PDF, only the fields are mapped. The styling itself is discarded. The styling used will be that of a default form, although this can be modified with the use of CSS.

PDF formatting elements like font size, font color, etc. in the actual base PDF template will however be respected when the PDF is generated.
Are my templates globally available?
Yes! When you create a template in Fillable PDFs, that template becomes available on any site where you're using your license key.

If you'd like to only show templates created on the current site, you can use this developer filter.
Do you have a data processing agreement?
We know the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires Data Controllers (you) to have proper contracts in place with Data Processors (us) to ensure that we treat with no less care and confidentially than you are required to.

If you need a signed data processing agreement, please contact support.
Is Fillable PDFs HIPAA compliant?
To the limited extent our service may provide access to ePHI, we strive to guard against unauthorized access to ePHI that is transmitted electronically by implementing technical safeguards such as bit encryption to secure the data in motion and at rest.

If you require a signed business associate agreement as part of your organization's HIPAA compliance, please contact support.
Can I upgrade my license after purchase?
Absolutely! You can upgrade your license at any time, for the difference in cost. Learn more about the license upgrade process.
Do you offer support?
Every ForGravity plugin comes with premium support. A Gravity Forms expert will answer each support request with tickets being answered within one business day.

There's no such thing as first-tier and second-tier support at ForGravity; you'll be answered by an expert every time.
Are you a Gravity Forms Certified Developer?
Yes! ForGravity is one of a select number of Gravity Forms Certified Developers. Gravity Forms describes its Partners as: “Trusted, valued, and respected, their development work is unrivaled when it comes to extending Gravity Forms.” All our plugins are Gravity Forms Certified Add-Ons, and we’re honored to have this mark of approval.

Plus, Travis and Karl, our Heads of Development and Support respectively, both have spent time working at Rocketgenius, the creator of Gravity Forms.
What requirements does Fillable PDFs have to run?
The requirements match that of WordPress. Meaning if you can run WordPress, you can run Fillable PDFs.

You'll also need the latest version of Gravity Forms installed on your site.
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How to Export Gravity Forms to PDF (Fillable PDF Templates)

Searching for a way to convert Gravity Forms to PDF? That is, a way to take some or all of the information in a form submission and plug it into a PDF template?

This functionality can be helpful for everything from applications to contracts, other legal documents, and more.

Instead of wasting time with paper forms or unstructured data, you can just create a form that collects all the information you need and plug it right into a PDF document. You&#;ll even be able to collect real signatures if needed.

In this tutorial, we&#;ll show you step-by-step how to convert Gravity Forms to PDF with zero technical knowledge required.

Here&#;s an example of a filled-in PDF that you&#;ll be able to generate from a Gravity Forms submission by the end of this post:

Example of a fillable PDF

How to Export Gravity Forms to PDF With Fillable PDF Templates

Now, let&#;s get into the step-by-step guide for how to start generating custom PDFs using Gravity Forms.

To set this up, you&#;ll need the help of a third-party Gravity Forms plugin. There are a few different options that you can choose, but we&#;ll be using the Fillable PDFs plugin from ForGravity for this tutorial because it&#;s easy to use, supports key features like signatures and conditional logic, and lets you include PDFs in confirmations and notifications.

In addition to the plugin, you&#;ll also need the actual fillable PDF document to which you want to add content. Then, the plugin will let you map the fields in your form to the fillable fields in your PDF document. We&#;ll show you how to create the document.

To get started, make sure that you&#;ve installed the core Gravity Forms plugin (our review) as well as the Fillable PDFs plugin from ForGravity.

Let&#;s go through it…

1. Create Your Fillable PDF Document

If you don&#;t already have the fillable PDF document that you want to use, your first step is to get that document.

If you&#;re trying to fill an existing form (like a W-9 document for US taxes), you can just download a fillable version of the existing document. But if you&#;re looking to use your own custom PDF template, you&#;ll need to create it.

You can use any tool that lets you create fillable PDFs for this &#; here are some good options:

  • Adobe Acrobat &#; paid &#; a very flexible option, but it&#;s not free. Tutorial here.
  • PDFescape &#; free/paid &#; a simple browser-based tool with no watermarks.
  • JotForm &#; free/paid &#; a user-friendly browser-based tool, but the free version adds a JotForm watermark to the bottom of your document.

Here&#;s an example of how things look with the free JotForm editor:

JotForm fillable PDF editor

2. Add Your Fillable PDF As a Template in WordPress

Once you have your document, you&#;ll do everything else from your WordPress dashboard.

To begin, go to Forms → Fillable PDFs → Templates. You&#;ll need to make sure you enter your license key before you can see the settings.

Then, add a new template:

Add a template

Give your template a name to help you remember it and then upload the fillable PDF file that you prepared in the previous step. Then, click Create Template:

Upload fillable PDF

3. Set Up Your Form in Gravity Forms

Now, you&#;ll do the rest of your work from the Gravity Forms interface.

To get started, create a new form or edit an existing form that you want to connect to your fillable PDF.

Make sure that your form has fields for all of the information that you want to map to your fillable PDF.

You can create the form manually or, to help you do this quickly, the Agency license of Fillable PDFs includes a built-in PDF import feature that lets you automatically create a new form based on the fields in your PDF (learn more here).

Here&#;s an example of what the form might look like for the example fillable PDF from above &#; you can see that I&#;m using the Gravity Forms Signature field to collect a real signature that will be added to the PDF:

Set up Gravity Forms for to convert to PDF

4. Set Up Your Fillable PDFs Feed

Once your form is ready, go to Settings → Fillable PDFs to connect your form to the PDF template. Then, click Add New to create a new Fillable PDFs feed:

Create a new Gravity Forms to PDF feed

Give it a name to help you remember it and then select the template that you added in step #2. This will open some new options.

Map Your Form Fields

First, you need to map the fields in your form to the fillable fields in your PDF template. To do that, click the Map Fields button:

Open field mapping

This will open a popup where you&#;ll see a live preview of your PDF form. To map fields, all you need to do is click on the PDF field to which you want to map a form field. That will open its settings in the sidebar.

Then, choose Form Field as thefield type:

Map fields

Then, you can select the actual form field using the drop-down. For this case, you would select the Name (First) field:

Choosing the name field

Repeat the same process to map all of the fields in your form.

If you&#;re using a signature field, the Fillable PDFs plugin will insert the actual signature in the field.

In addition to mapping form fields, you can also map entry meta or merge tags.

For example, to fill the date field, you could either let a user choose the date in the form or you could automatically fill the field with the date on which a user submitted the form (entry meta):

Mapping form entry meta

Once you&#;ve mapped all of the fields, click the Apply & Close button.

Configure Other General Settings

To finish things out, you&#;ll want to configure the output file name (which lets you use merge tags). You can also choose to attach the generated PDF file to one or more notifications.

Another useful option is conditional logic, which lets you decide whether or not to generate a PDF based on the Gravity Forms conditional logic system. This opens up two useful possibilities. You can&#;

  1. Only generate a PDF if the user answers the form a certain way.
  2. Use different PDF documents depending on how a user answers the form. You could do this by creating multiple Fillable PDFs feeds and applying them in different scenarios using conditional logic.
General settings

Configure Advanced Settings

To configure additional options, you can go to the Advanced Settings tab of the Fillable PDFs feed.

These are optional settings &#; here&#;s what you can do:

  • Set a password to view or change the PDF. You can use merge tags here, like setting the password equal to a user&#;s name or even letting them add a password when they submit the form.
  • Control file permissions for what people can do with the document.
  • Enable/disable public access (if public, anyone can download the generated PDF).
  • Remove interactive form fields.
  • Regenerate the PDF file if the entry is edited.
Advanced settings

Once you&#;ve made your choices, make sure to click the Save Settings option at the bottom.

5. (Optional) Display a Link to Download the PDF in Confirmations

Above, we showed you how you can attach the finished PDF to some/all of your Gravity Forms notifications.

Another option is to include a download link in the form confirmation, which lets users download the form right away.

If you want to add this feature, you can set up a normal Gravity Forms confirmation and then use Fillable PDF&#;s merge tags to include a download link:

Adding a PDF download to Gravity Forms confirmation

6. Test!

At this point, you&#;re pretty much done &#; give your form a test to make sure it&#;s working.

You can submit a test form submission:

Gravity Forms example

If you added the merge tag to the confirmation, you should see a link to download the document:

PDF download link

And then you should see the information in the PDF&#;s form fields:

Example of a fillable PDF

And that&#;s it! You just learned how to fill Gravity Forms PDF templates.

Convert Gravity Forms to PDF Today

Converting form submissions into PDF documents can be useful in a ton of different situations, including applications, contracts, and other documents.

You can reduce paperwork and streamline admin processes while still being able to include important features like document signatures.

For an easy way to convert Gravity Forms to PDF, you can use the Fillable PDFs plugin from ForGravity.

Do you still have any questions about setting up this functionality? Let us know in the comments!

Case Study: Invoice / Billing Management System with Gravity Forms and Gravity PDF

Gravity PDF is the ultimate self-hosted solution for dynamically creating digital PDF documents using Gravity Forms and WordPress.

Highly Customisable PDFs

Out of the box you receive four highly-customisable PDF designs. Within minutes, you can personalise the look and feel by adding your company logo, header, footer, paper size / orientation, font, color and size. If these designs don&#;t suit, select a new one from the Template Shop, go Bespoke, or build your own using HTML/CSS/PHP.

Send as Email Attachment

Gravity PDF can automatically email the PDF to both the admin and the user as soon as the form is completed. Try combining this feature with one of Gravity Forms payment add-ons (like Stripe, Square, or PayPal) to delay the email until the payment is complete.

Privacy, Security, and GDPR

Gravity PDF generates PDFs on your web server, so no third-party service receives your data. Robust security protects your documents, and the plugin is GDPR-compliant for our European friends.

Digital document management with WordPress and Gravity Forms just became simple with Gravity PDF!

Free Feature

  • Unlimited Use, No Restrictions – There are zero hard limits to the number of PDFs you can configure across all your forms or generate on your entries. Gravity PDF does NOT stamp documents with our logo, limit the number of PDFs you can create per month, or purposefully restrict essential functionality to force you to upgrade to a paid plan.
  • Privacy and Security &#; your form data is never sent to a third party to generate the PDFs and the documents are generated directly on your web server. Strong access control policies are put in place to prevent unauthenticated access to your PDFs.
  • Multilingual – a multitude of languages from across the globe can be displayed in PDFs, include complex scripts like Hebrew, Arabic, Thai, Japanese, Chinese, and Korean.
  • Additional Fonts – match your branding and enhance the overall look and feel of PDFs by install your own fonts.
  • Columns – use Drag and Drop columns in Gravity Forms and PDFs will automatically mimic that layout.
  • Shortcode and Merge Tags – You can generate a link or URL to PDFs using both shortcodes and merge tags so your users can download the PDF right after form submission.
  • Export Entries – include the direct link to any PDF(s) when exporting your form entries
  • Webhooks Add-on – send the direct PDF link with Webhook requests when using Gravity Forms Webhooks add-on.
  • Gravity Flow – create complex workflows using Gravity Flow and automatically email Gravity PDF-generated documents at any step in the workflow.
  • GravityView – add links to PDFs when building a members area using GravityView + Advanced Filtering add-on.
  • Background Processing – generating PDFs on form submission can be time consuming. Offload it to a background process will ensure form submissions are processed faster.
  • Design PDFs – developers can build their own PDF templates using HTML, CSS, and PHP with the help of our developer documentation.
  • Documentation and Support – there is extensive documentation covering every feature of Gravity PDF that you can comb through, plus we provide free general support to all users.

Unlock More Functionality

Pay for additional PDF designs and functionality from our online store.

  • New Designs – get access to 9 additional universal designs, 4 invoices, and 3 letter styles
  • Additional customizations – watermark PDFs with your own logo or text, control fields that should be displayed per PDF, add field descriptions, display all checkbox or radio field options, add notes, show field values instead of labels, and hide the product table
  • On-screen Preview – allow users to preview the PDF before form submission (and optionally payment) so they can see what the end result will be. This is a great feature for capturing e-signatures, selling PDF reports / certificates / gift cards, or providing an on-screen proof before the PDF is sent to the printers (perfect for business cards).
  • Bulk Download &#; search, filter, and select entries and then zip up all your PDFs and download all together in a convenient zip file
  • GFChart &#; create PDF reports that display pie, bar, or column charts with aggregate Gravity Forms data using GFChart.
  • Day Refund Guarantee – Purchase with confidence knowing when you buy a product from our store that you can get a refund within 30 days, for any reason.

Hire the Experts

Need a tailor-made solution for Gravity PDF that solves complex business problems? Our team of experienced developers have helped thousands of businesses like yours to accomplish these goals. We can even automatically fill out existing PDFs like government forms! Find out more.

Documentation & Support

We have extensive documentation on using Gravity PDF, and our friendly support team provides FREE basic support via (we do respond to questions in forums, but give priority to our support portal).


All development for Gravity PDF is handled via GitHub. Opening new issues or submitting a pull request is welcome.

The public roadmap is available on Trello. We&#;d love it if you vote and comment on your favorite ideas.

Keep up to date with Gravity PDF by subscribing to the newsletter, following us on Twitter and liking us on Facebook.

If you enjoy using the software we&#;d love it if you could give us a review!

Note: When Gravity Forms isn&#;t installed and you activate Gravity PDF we display a notice that includes an affiliate link to their website.

The Gravity PDF plugin actually helped us to make a significant positive change to how we handle estimates. Thanks to Jake and the team we were able to dial in a professional-looking PDF and it's proving to be a great return for us. We also had some custom help from Jake to make it fit our needs better. Thank you!

I've been using Gravity PDF since a year ago, and it's the best PDF generator solution I have found. Besides that, support is fast and efficient, so if you have Gravity Forms and need a PDF report of any kind, this is your plugin.

Thank you for this plugin. My clients love it!

This company deserves all the praise they get! Responsive and helpful whilst having the best software. Do not hesitate to use their services!!

Wonderful service, Great products and support. I've never been more happy with an addon/plugin that I paid for online.

We've been working on a series of document production and automation projects that together constitute a key part of an extensive "business transformation" initiative. PDF production from form input is a key requirement of several dozen different workflow components. We've experimented with several different solutions (most have been WordPress-based), and many were actually quite good. But this particular option wins, hands down, on three counts: The plugin itself is a strong performer, stable, easy to use, and plays nicely with the WordPress UI. Integration with Gravity Forms is so thorough, that we haven't had to compromise on any of our objectives. Support is nothing short of stellar! I only wish more of the providers we work with could model their efforts after the support offered by our new friends at Gravity PDF. Yes, I know I sound a little fan-boyish. I'm a fan.

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  • Feature: Add Copy to Clipboard feature for PDF Shortcode on the PDF List page
  • Bug: Fix empty check on the Radio field so a zero (0) value is not considered empty

  • Bug: Reduce the Focus Gravity template column widths by a fraction to prevent edge-case display issues (props Hiwire Creative)
  • Bug: Fix Help page results text encoding problems
  • Bug: Prevent multiple font files being uploaded to a single dropzone
  • Bug: When checking if a Radio/Select field is empty in the PDF context, only look at the value property.

  • Bug: Fix up link for Outdated Templates in System Status
  • Bug: Revert vendor aliasing for mPDF and querypath (back to the original namespace) as it caused more problems than is solved. Developers: see

  • Bug: When displaying the minimum Gravity Forms version not met error, remove as the minimum to prevent confusion.

This major release is designed specifically for Gravity Forms + and includes breaking pages that may affect you. You are strongly encouraged to review the upgrade guide before attempting to update to v6.


  • New minimum requirements PHP+, WordPress +, Gravity Forms +
  • Removed Gravity PDF v3 template stylesheet (swap legacy PDF template to Focus Gravity template)
  • Removed Gravity PDF v3 to v4 migration code (upgrade to v4/v5 before attempting v6 upgrade)
  • (Dev) Moved all vendor (Packagist) packages to new namespace (BC aliasing for common classes included). Prevents all vendor conflicts with other plugins.
  • (Dev) Removed &#;Setup Custom Templates&#; tool (manually copy over template files to PDF Working Directory)
  • (Dev) Removed property from global PDF options, and removed the requirement for the to be unique (use instead of ).
  • (Dev) Changed the first parameter $font_name in to $font_id instead. You can no longer delete the font by
    its name, as it is no longer a unique identifier.
  • (Dev) Majority of admin user interface markup (UI) changed to suit new GF UI ()
  • (Dev) Renamed class to
  • (Dev) Change __construct signature by removing dependancy from the start and adding at the end
  • (Dev) Change __construct signature by adding new dependancy at the end
  • (Dev) Removed method. Replaced by classes for direct integration with Gravity Forms System Status page
  • (Dev) Removed undocumented and actions
  • (Dev) Adjusted ID from to for container on Global PDF settings page. This ensures both the Global and Form PDF settings use a consistent ID.
  • (Dev) Change __construct signature by removing dependancy from the start and adding at the end
  • (Dev) Change __construct signature by adding new dependancy at the end
  • (Dev) Removed method. Replaced by classes for direct integration with Gravity Forms System Status page
  • (Dev) Removed undocumented and actions
  • (Dev) Adjusted ID from to for container on Global PDF settings page. This ensures both the Global and Form PDF settings use a consistent ID.
  • (Dev) Deprecate Helper_Abstract_Options::get_font_short_name(). No direct replacement as the font &#;shortname&#; has been phased out (using unique ID now).
  • (Dev) Updated field description markup to use DIVs instead of SPANs. Matches Gravity Forms RC1
  • (Dev) Deprecate these methods from : , , , , . All moved to .


  • Brand new admin user interface (UI) to seamlessly match the Gravity Forms (GF) UI.
  • Added support for new GF columns feature in Core PDFs
  • Add PDF column support for Gravity Perks Nested Forms
  • Added RTL support for new GF columns feature in Core PDFs
  • Refreshed Font Manager with better validation, error handling, and automatic support for fonts that include Open Type Layout features.
  • Added new PDF metabox on Entry Details page. Includes a better user experience for forms with a lot of PDFs configured.
  • Added new merge tag modifiers :download, :print, :signed, :signed:expiry to enhance existing PDF mergetag (modifiers can all be used in conjunction)
  • Add PDF URL to Webhook add-on &#;All Fields&#; request body
  • Add ability to include PDF URLs in Entry exports
  • Add Gravity PDF info to Gravity Forms System Status page
  • Show plugin downgrade prompt when minimum WordPress, Gravity Forms, or PHP requirements aren&#;t met so users can easily roll back to the latest supported v5.x version.
  • Add support for WordPress&#; native Background Updates
  • Add accessibility improvements for keyboard users and screen readers on all Gravity PDF UIs
  • Display warning on System Status page when Core template overrides are out of date
  • Include Add/Update PDF button below each section on PDF creation page to make it easy to save
  • Improve RTL support on admin pages


  • Remove the Always Save PDF setting from the UI.
  • Switch all Radio PDF settings to new Toggle setting
  • Switch all Multiselect PDF settings to Checkbox field (better accessibility)
  • Rename PDF setting &#;Name&#; to &#;Label&#;
  • Replace asterisk to text to signify required fields (better accessibility)
  • Rename PDF setting &#;Orientation&#; to &#;Paper Orientation&#;
  • Refine PDF settings descriptions.
  • Removed Welcome Page
  • Move Paper Size global settings below the Template / Font settings
  • Removed rich Select functionality (using Chosen) in UI for greater accessibility
  • Remove WP Dialog prompts in UI for greater accessibility
  • Move Gravity PDF uninstaller from Tools tab to Gravity Forms Uninstall settings page


  • Ignore header API response when running the Core Font installer
  • Make all API class error responses translatable
  • Fix PHP8 notice
  • Prevent background queue from continuing if retry limit reached on unrecoverable task (like generating the PDF)
  • Adjust custom paper size sanitize logic to fix PHP error
  • Check for invalid relative date when using Signed PDF URLs and fallback to default timeout
  • Fix border display issue in Core Product table
  • Show error message in Template Manager when maximum file size limit is reached


  • Rewritten all CSS in SASS
  • Add method to API. Acts like but filters out any PDFs that don&#;t pass conditional logic checks for the current entry.
  • Added class which template config files can extend to automatically have the current PDF settings injected into the class.
  • Adjusted some logged items to use less severe alerts (when template config file doesn&#;t exist, and when native PDF support for a field doesn&#;t exist)
  • Upgrade vendor packages to latest versions
  • Remove all backbone.js and underscore.js Font Manager code from Gravity PDF admin pages
  • Remove gulp as dependency (build is done using only webpack now)
  • Add better error log messages for PDF Merge tag processing
  • Pass additional information to the filter

See CHANGELOG.txt for version 5/4/3 changelog history.


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bookmark_borderExporting Gravity Forms Entries as a PDF

An occasional request we get from users is wanting to export their Gravity Forms entries as a PDF, for better printing or attaching them within an email.

While Gravity Forms does not have the ability to natively export entries as a PDF, we do have three Certified Developers that offer solutions:

  • Fillable PDFs – Automatically generate and send downloadable PDFs when a form is submitted. This feature rich add-on enables you to add digital signatures and other images directly from your forms into PDFs, prevent unwanted users from accessing PDFs with password protection, convert PDFs into forms, and much more.
  • Gravity PDF – If you’d rather start out with a free tool, then Gravity PDF is your best bet. You can try out the four free templates it comes with out of the box and have custom templates created for you on an as-need basis.
  • Gravity Flow – If you’re looking to add Gravity Forms PDF generation to your workflow to automate the process and are already using Gravity Flow, our best advice is to go for the Gravity Flow PDF Generator extension. It’s simple and effective!

You can find Gravity PDF, ForGravity, Gravity Flow in our third party add-on library here.


Please note these add-ons are not supported by our Gravity Forms team. Please contact the plugin developer if you have any questions about its features or require support.


Third party plugins or code snippets that are referenced by our Support Team are provided as suggestions only. We do not evaluate, test or officially support third party solutions. You are wholly responsible for determining if any suggestion given is sufficient to meet the functional, security, legal, ongoing cost and support needs of your project.

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