Hi Todd. This is a good question for Gravity Forms support:
When the Gravity Forms HubSpot add-on is activated, HubSpot include a script on the site that will capture all form submissions, even ones not submitted and sent with a Gravity Forms HubSpot feed to HubSpot. It applies to non Gravity Forms forms as well.
I recommend reaching out to support to see if you can figure out what happened with these submissions specifically.
Hi, Todd and Chris,
I saw this thread and had to respond. I am about to turn on the Hubspot-Gravity integration. I am VERY glad to hear that all form data made it unscathed into Hubspot. I guess what I am wondering is…given that all the data made it into Hubspot, does it matter if it is not getting stored by Gravity? Or do you have a specific need for the data to get stored in two places? (Just curious.)
Matthew P. Seltzer
Seltzer Software Services LLC
I would use Elementor’s Forms widget. At the moment, I can’t recall if this is included in Elementor’s base package or if you have to upgrade to Elementor Pro in order to do this. The reason I chose Gravity is due to its integration with HubSpot and Mailchimp (although HubSpot may make MailChimp redundant). Not sure if Elementor can ‘talk’ to either HubSpot or MailChimp.