Progressive Profiling Support
Frequently Asked Questions
Progressive Profiling is a WordPress plugin that enables administrators to gradually capture form entries from site visitors over time.
The plugin works by collecting information in a progressive way, as opposed to presenting a form with too many fields which the user will be less likely to fill in and submit. This means that on each page load only a subset of the available form fields will be presented to the user, which is then tracked across multiple sessions in order to aggregate the captured data under the same lead.
Progressive Profiling also has extensive customization capabilities allowing administrators to build bespoke user personas that fit their desired analytics indices.
Progressive Profiling needs the following minimum requirements in order to ensure optimal usage:
- PHP version 7 or greater
- WordPress version 5.1 or greater
- GravityForms version 2.4.8 or greater
Yes, it is. Whether you use the new WordPress Block Editor or the Classic Editor interface, Progressive Profiling will work with either.
Yes, it is! Please refer to Progressive Profiling’s documentation for instructions on how to integrate it with your preferred GDPR & CCPA compliance tool.
Yes, it is. We have not found any Gravity Forms addon that is not compatible with Progressive Profiling. If you are having trouble using Progressive Profiling with another Gravity Forms addon, please reach out to us!
Yes, Progressive Profiling is a Gravity Forms addon and will not work without it.
Yes, you can. Please refer to Progressive Profiling’s documentation page for instructions on removing saved data.
Progressive Profiling adds a new element on the form entries page, allowing you to see which fields have been updated and when.
To enable Progressive Profiling on a form, navigate to that form’s settings and enable the field labeled Progressive Profiling.
Yes, you can. Navigate to the desired field advanced settings tab and set it up as desired. Please refer to Progressive Profiling’s documentation for detailed usage instructions.
Yes, you can. However, please be aware that the field’s conditional logic setting will take precedence over Progressive Profiling’s visibility settings.