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  • Duplicating a Ditty

    If you ever want to create an exact clone of a Ditty it can be done in two ways. Using the Post Duplicator plugin Exporting and Importing a Ditty Export a Ditty Import a Ditty

  • Quick Start

    Download, install and activate Gravity Forms Email Customizer The plugin is now installed and active! Don’t forget to add and activate your license to the Settings > Metaphor Licenses page to receive plugin updates directly on your site. Licenses can be found on your accounts page. Create a new template Adjust the template settings (optional)…

  • Adding templates to notifications

    Adding a default notification template You can set a default notification that will be used for all notifications by default. If you have specific templates you want to use with specific notifications you can set those individually in the notification settings for each form. Add a specific template to a Gravity Forms notification Preview your…

  • Using merge tags in your template

    Configuring mapped merge tags to use for multiple forms Since a single template can be used for multiple forms that have fields with different IDs, Gravity Forms Email Customizer adds the ability to create custom merge tags to use in your template, that are mapped to the appropriate field in each form. Mapping custom merge…

  • Editing template blocks

    Gravity Forms Email Customizer uses WordPress’s built-in editor to construct the templates. If you have never used the WordPress Editor, or are fairly new to it, it can be a little confusing at first. But, once you get the hang of it, you’ll be able to build out your templates with ease! Editing blocks Hidden…

  • Adding blocks to your template

    Gravity Forms Email Customizer uses WordPress’s built-in editor to construct the templates. If you have never used the WordPress Editor, or are fairly new to it, it can be a little confusing at first. But, once you get the hang of it, you’ll be able to build out your templates with ease! Using the Block…

  • WPML Integration

    Translating Ditty with WPML only takes a few quick steps. 1. Install WPML Multilingual CMS & WPML String Translation. (Purchase WPML from https://wpml.org/) 2. Edit your Ditty and click on the Translation tab. 3. If you are editing an existing Ditty, click Refresh all String to send custom strings to WPML.4. Click Translate Strings. This will open the WPML String translations page…