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When someone uses my form, they can upload upto 15 images.

I have about 10 - 20 uploads a day, which means that i could get upto 150-300 images per day.

The issue i've got is with where these images are stored. ALl in the /uploads/ folder without any reference to who uploaded them.

Is it possible to move these uploads into a unique folder, named after the entryID of the submitted form, maybe with another field name, so:

../uploads/gravity/[firstname]_[entryID]/[uploads here]

If this is possible, then I can use an FTP client to access each entry & all the relevent files with ease, without needing to log into wordpress and click through each entry.

Note:

I'm also using Zapier at the moment to take these files & put them in their own folder, but this is costing me month fee because there are so many entries. If I can do it all on my own site, this would be fantastic.

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Here's some code that will get you at least half way there:

https://gist.github.com/spivurno/35b86c47cdf0124be735

Changes you'll need to make:

  1. Also stash the current $entry object in the stash_current_field_id() method.
  2. Use the stashed $entry to modify the file upload path in the modify_file_upload() method.
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  • David - where does that go need to go? Does it goes somewhere inside of the Gravity Forms code, or just into the functions file? – user66227 Jan 19 '15 at 17:05
  • The theme's functions.php file is the easiest. You can also include it in your own custom plugin or via the Code Snippets plugin. – Dave from Gravity Wiz Jan 19 '15 at 20:31
  • Note, when you do this, deleting entries will not delete the custom folders and files. – chris Mar 3 '16 at 3:07

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