When this happens...
Gravity FormsNew Form Submission
Then do this...
BoxUpload File

Use this integration to save your Gravity Forms file uploads in Box as the forms are submitted. Zapier can monitor your Gravity Forms account, and as new forms are submitted, automatically save a copy of any file upload to a Box folder.

After this integration is set up, from that point forward all new files uploaded with Gravity Forms will be copied to Box.

How It Works

  1. A new Gravity Forms entry is submitted, including a file upload
  2. Zapier copies the file to your Box folder

What You Need

  • A Gravity Forms account
  • A Box account

Why Zapier?

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It's easy to connect Box + Gravity Forms and requires absolutely zero coding experience—the only limit is your own imagination.

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Upload File

Copy an already-existing file from another service to Box.

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New File

Triggered when you add a new file to a folder.

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Add User as Collaborator

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New Form Submission

Triggers when a form is submitted.

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Add Comment to File

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New Folder

Triggered when you add a new folder.

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Add Task to File

Adds a task to a file.

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