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WP submissions?

Discussion in 'Web Design' started by gritts, Jul 31, 2013.

  1. gritts

    gritts Junior Member

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    I know how to add contact forms to WP to get users to submit information, however the plugins I've found send this information via e-mail. Is there a plugin out there that sends this information through the admin panel so that I can see it without doing so via e-mail as I want others to view this info as well and would rather not have then access to the e-mail address.

    I'm pretty sure I've seen a premium contact form that did this before but can't remember what it was. Alternatively, I could use the comments system but prefer to avoid this and have an actual form as I want specific data.

    Thanks to whoever can point me in the right direction.
     
  2. Endire

    Endire Elite Member Premium Member

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    Gritts,

    I'm not really sure of such a plugin. I know that with many forms you can submit to a database however you would have to have some method of getting the data back out. Is there a reason you can't just create a dummy email account that everyone can have access to, or better yet, have the form submit to others' email addresses?

    Best,

    Shawn
     
  3. mergethegreat

    mergethegreat Junior Member

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    Easy Contact Forms
    Gravity Forms
     
  4. gritts

    gritts Junior Member

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    ECF worked great!

    Appreciate it. For anyone else looking to do the same thing, just install the plugin and look for the entries tab for the form. You should see all the submissions there.

    @ TheContentAuthority, the new e-mail address idea is a good workaround but for my purposes, I think it's much more convenient to just access all this through the admin panel and the plugin mentioned above worked great for this purpose fortunately.