Hey Gravity Forms users,
We have a somewhat complicated setup for purchasing memberships on our site (5 kinds, different options for renewing for each one) and we have something like 10 forms that add up to 80 different notifications that go out.
I would like to put a block of “help text” and a signature field in each of these notifications, but I don’t want to have to update the notification in each one should that information ever change. This will be a real pain if this static information has to change when you have this many notifications for different situations.
Here’s an example of the static text I’d like to put in the bottom of each email:
If you ever have any questions about your membership, please contact our member coordinator, Don Caballero, at email@example.com or phone (306) 777-7771.
Thank you again for joining xyz.com! We look forward to hearing from you!
Rather than inserting this text on every notification, I would love to accomplish this by coding my own Gravity Forms shortcode that either inserts a block of text from the code itself (which I can change programmatically), or perhaps draws from a value from an options field set up with Advanced Custom Fields or something, so my clients can change the email signature at will.
Then instead of this static signature text, I would just insert the shortcode into each notification and its content could be universally updated later, when needed.
Is there a guide that can get me started?
Thanks in advance