This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 143
WPLift has a post that reviews Gravity Perks, a growing collection of small add-ons for Gravity Forms that can seriously help you extend where and how you use the already massive data collection plugin for WordPress. I can’t help but laugh that the post has a WPForms ad next to it, which is a competitor to Gravity Forms. Gravity Perks is developed by a Gravity Forms developer as a side-project, something that rocketgenius is really great about as many of the team members have side projects both relating to and separate from Gravity Forms. I have used Gravity Perks on a few occasions and highly recommend it.
If you use Elementor, you might be interested in the post from WPExplorer that highlights ten addons for the popular page builder. If like me, you aren’t a designer and struggle to make something that looks okay, then these add-ons might help you, just don’t be surprised if you need to shell out cash for most of them.
Lastly, thanks to Sebastian Andil I found a great update on a WordPress trac ticket posted by Morten where he asks for WordPress to unbundle Gravatar and allow for local avatar uploading. This is on a ticket that has been around for eight years now, so I doubt it’ll get much traction now unless a bunch of people step in to make it more important.
That’s it for today’s WP Minute, thank you all for watching.