List-Forms for Gravity

The “List-Forms for Gravity” plugin extends the capabilities of the standard Forms-List in the Admin Panel on the “Gravity Forms” & “Gravity View” pages.

A new line with a Description of the Form itself is harmoniously added to each line with the Form, which indicates its Name, ID, Number of Records and Number of Views, as well as an Interactive Control Unit.
This Note – is the “Description” field on the “Settings” page of each GF/GV Form.

It would seem that it would be good for this Description to be initially in a separate Column right after the Title, but if you think carefully, you realize that no – not good. The point is that Names can be long, and Descriptions can be even longer, otherwise they simply don’t make sense. And besides, the same Interactive Control Unit 0n requires a lot of space and takes up half the width of the Form List table.

It is possible that the “Description” field is not used by many. And therefore, the developers did not bother about this. Although, the developers could also make the List Customization option.
But if there are really many Forms, then the Description is simply necessary.

This Plugin gives you this opportunity.

= Futured =
* Fits harmoniously with the usual style of the List of Forms.

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Dismiss Gravity Notices

Real Dismiss any Exasperate Notices about GravityForms, GravityView invalid license and e.t.c.

I am not against and even with two hands for using the Licensed Software. 100%
And I do not urge anyone to use hacked / nulled products.

However, sometimes you just need to check your own Projects for compatibility with others.
And if they can be used with explicit restrictions, no support, no upgrade, etc.
(everything that is listed in the License), then there should be no additional perverted annoying huge sizes that simply interfere with the normal operation of notifications, pop-ups, etc.

When most of the screen is occupied by notifications about: ‘that without a License, I cannot receive Support’, then this is not normal!
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