Go to Crowdskout > Settings > Integrations > Gravity Forms to connect your Gravity Forms to Crowdskout.
Name the Gravity Forms Connection. Make sure to name each account accordingly as this descriptive text will translate to a custom attribute. This custom attribute will tag each profile pulled in from Gravity Forms. Each Gravity Forms account added will have its own unique custom attribute that you assign upon set up. You can connect multiple Gravity Forms accounts once you have connected your first Gravity Forms account.
Under "Import Data with This Connection" you will see a toggle to regularly pull in data. If you select "Yes" this will mean that all current data in your account and all future data in your account will be pushed to Crowdskout. If you select "No" this will mean that no data pull be pulled into your account from the source and you can only manually push data from segments and lists from Crowdskout to the source.
Before typing in your Gravity Forms credentials, turn on the Web API and turn on Pretty Permalinks. Make sure that the "Impersonate Account" dropdown is set to the same email as the logged in user in WordPress.
Then, obtain your Gravity Forms Public and Private API keys from the Web API section of your Gravity Forms settings. Once you've done that, copy and paste your API keys in the box. Click "Connect" to save the integration and connect to Gravity Forms. If you have selected "Yes" to the Import Data with This Connection toggle, Crowdskout will then begin to migrate the historical data from Gravity Forms over to Crowdskout.
To view form submissions, go into the Audience tool > Activity > Form > Form Name