The Gravity Forms Dropbox Uploader is a simple, intuitive plugin that integrates seamlessly into Gravity Forms and allows you to store Gravity Form uploads in your Dropbox account.
You’ve got total control over which upload fields will save to your Dropbox through the Gravity Forms Edit Forms interface, and have a huge file upload size of 150MB (the Dropbox API upload limit not your system’s maximum upload limit).
Tested using WordPress 3.4.2 and Gravity Forms 1.6.9
- Gravity Form Uploads are saved to your authenticated Dropbox account
- Intuitive user interface allows you to select what fields will upload to Dropbox
- Quick set up time – you’re uploading in a couple of minutes
- Install and activate plugin on WordPress
- Go to the Gravity Forms Settings section in the admin area and then navigate to the Dropbox settings page.
- Open a new browser window and head to https://www.dropbox.com/developers/apps. You may need to login to your Dropbox account first.
- Create a new App. Name it whatever you like, add a description and leave the Access Level field selecting the App Folder – the plugin currently doesn’t support the full access option.
- Copy the App Key and App Secret into your GF Dropbox Settings.
- Once updated you’ll be asked to authenticate your account. Click Authenticate Account and follow the prompts.
- Go to the Gravity Forms’ Edit page, add an upload box and check the Upload file to your Dropbox account Checkbox under the File Upload’s Properties tab. Save the form.
- When you submit the live form the file will be automatically placed in your Dropbox folder.
We’ll continually add to the FAQs when we get feedback from users. Got a question? Let us know.
Does the uploaded file get deleted off my server once it has been uploaded to Dropbox?
No. The file is stored on your server and in your Dropbox account.
Want to see a new feature added to this plugin, and are happy to throw in some coin for the development work? Send us an email and let us know what you need.
If this plugin saved you and your client a lot of time, energy and money by not having to build something from scratch, a small donation would be appreciated.