Now you can use WordPress and GravityForms as a front end to your SQL Server database. GravityForms enables advanced form building in WordPress, and Zapier can monitor your account and add new form submissions to your SQL Server database as they are submitted.
After this integration is set up, new GravityForms submitted from that point forward will be saved as new records in a SQL Server database.
Note: This Zapier integration doesn't import existing GravityForms submissions into SQL Server, only new submissions after you've set it up.
How It Works
- A new GravityForms entry is submitted
- Zapier adds data from the form submission to the SQL Server database
What You Need
- A GravityForms account
- A SQL Server database
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