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Fluent Forms Integration is Now Available for Form Workflow Automation

Fluent Forms is an emerging WordPress form plugin that is gaining popularity among WordPress users. Fluent Forms and Tablesome integration has also been requested by some Tablesome users. As a result, we’ve included the Fluent Forms OnFormSubmit Trigger in the free version of Tablesome. You can now (v0.9.6) get Fluent Forms Entries  into Tablesome Tables …

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Gravity Forms Integration Available Now to Automate Form Workflows

Many WordPress users love Gravity Forms and we thought why not integrate Tablesome with Gravity Forms. So we have added Gravity Forms OnFormSubmit Trigger to the free version of Tablesome. You can now (v0.9.5) get Gravity Forms Entries  into Tablesome Tables for free. This Gravity Forms OnFormSubmit Trigger works smoothly with the previously available Tablesome …

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Lists WordPress Posts, Pages, and CPTs (including Woo Products) in Tables

In Tablesome v 0.9.4, we have released new  “Table OnLoad” trigger and “Replace Table Content with WP Query” action that helps you create WordPress post tables and display them anywhere on your site. With this new Trigger, you can query posts, pages, custom post types, taxonomies, and custom fields, and automatically insert and display them …

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Email Automations with Email Action & New Export Options for Pro Users

With v0.9.1, we are releasing, Email Action, a powerful way to automate emails during form submissions and other triggers (eventually). You can also send separate copies of the email using our Sets feature. Do try this free feature and give us your feedback. New Export Options in this release (for pro users) include Filtered Table …

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Allow Users to Register from the WordPress Frontend

You wouldn’t want visitors to your WordPress website to be able to access the “wp-login.php” page when you are enabling them to register. In this case, you should design a frontend user registration form for your website.  Also, this custom user registration form could be used to receive user details other than the mandatory name, …

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Receive User Submitted Posts from WordPress Frontend (Posts, Pages, & CPTs)

If you’re accepting user-generated content from your site visitors such as guest posts, product listing, posting questions and feedback, etc,. You would want to setup frontend forms so that visitor don’t have to login to your site and access the WP dashboard. So in the latest version of Tablesome Pro (v 0.8.9), you have the …

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