Connect the awesome WordPress Gravity Forms plugin to the relationship marketing platform Sendinblue. With this game-changing plugin, you can link any Gravity Forms field with Sendinblue attributes. When validating the form, you generate a contact in the selected list(s) with all the correct attributes according to the information entered.
Add and manage multiple feeds
- Create as many forms as you want
- Set up an unlimited number of feeds for each form (Pro version)
Customize your feeds swiftly
- Map Gravity Forms fields with your Sendinblue attributes
- Select the destination list(s) for each of your feeds
Enable double opt-in email
- Activate the double opt-in option
- Choose the fitting template for the confirmation email
Double op-tin only available with Pro version.
Add conditions, actions & filters
- Select which contacts will be added to your lists by creating simple – or advanced – conditions
This is the free version of our Gravity Forms to Sendinblue plugin.
Gravity Forms to Sendinblue Free allows you to create up to one feed for each form, map an Email field with a Sendinblue email attribute and one Consent field with a boolean attribute. You can also send new contacts to a single Sendinblue list. Free version does not include unlimited feeds creation, multiple fields mapping, several lists selection and double opt-in option.
If you need more, check out Pro version to unlock all features.
How does it work? How to use it?
Create a form with an email field (don’t forget the consent field)
Go to the Sendinblue tab of your form’s settings
Map your Sendinblue attributes with Gravity Forms form fields
Choose a Sendinblue list where the contacts should be added
Add Conditional logic if needed
Click on “Save settings”
If you generate a list while creating an unsaved feed, an error may pop up during the process. Save your feed before reloading the page and your list will appear. To avoid the inconvenience, create your list before your feed.
Make sure all your Sendinblue attributes are generated before liking them with Gravity Forms form fields. If you can’t see them, wait a minute: your lists and attributes are cached for optimal performance.
Upload plugin files to your plugins folder
Activate the plugin on your WordPress Back Office
Go to the Gravity Forms settings page (under Forms > Settings > Sendinblue)
Enter the information requested by the plugin: Sendinblue API key
Click Save Settings
Create your form then go to Settings > Sendinblue
Follow on-screen instructions for integrating with Sendinblue
What is Sendinblue?
Sendinblue is a powerful all-in-one marketing platform. Combining many powerful features, a competitive pricing, and a very good deliverability thanks to the proprietary Cloud-base infrastructure, Sendinblue managed to convince thousands of companies to use the platform for their newsletters, automatic emails or SMS. SendInBlue is available in 5 languages: English, Spanish, French, Italian, Brazilian.
Why do I need a Sendinblue account?
Gravity Forms to Sendinblue plugin uses Sendinblue’s API to send data. Creating an account on Sendinblue is free and takes less than 2 minutes. Once logged in your contact, you can get the API key from this page.
Do I have to pay to use the plugin and send emails?
Our plugin is free for basic features. Pro version costs $19 including updates and support for one year. Sendinblue offers a free plan with 9000 emails/month.
How do I synchronize my lists?
You don’t have to do anything, the synchronization is automatic. Make sure you have created your lists and Sendinblue attributes before linking them to your form fields. If you don\’t see them, wait for one minute. For performance reasons, your Sendinblue list(s) and attribute(s) are cached for one minute.
Contributors & Developers
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