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I want to add a filter to a form submission like it is done here.

add_action('gform_pre_submission_6', 'capitalize_fields_6');
function capitalize_fields_6($form){
    // Code here
}

My question is, how do you get the form ID on the WP admin side? Where is the number 6 coming from to access the form in the action?

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  • If you look at the list of Forms (Forms > Forms) in the back end there's a column that tells you the ID. Jul 26 '18 at 15:37
  • @JacobPeattie You are correct. I'm new to the plugin and was had tunnel vision in the notifications/confirmations tabs :) If you answer I can select it.
    – Dan
    Jul 26 '18 at 15:44
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    Also, if you want to dynamically get a form ID for a form titled 'My Contact Form', you can use this class method to obtain it: RGFormsModel::get_form_id('My Contact Form')
    – jasonp
    Jul 26 '18 at 15:47
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If you look at the list of Forms (Forms > Forms) in the back end there's a column that tells you the ID. You can also get it from the top of the screen when editing a form. Next to the form's Title there's an orange box that says "ID: 6".

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3 ways you get view gravity form ID

There are 3 ways you can view the gravity form ID

  1. Via inspect element - when you are viewing the page were the gravity form is embedded. Right click on the form and choose Inspect element.

  2. When you are editing a specific form. It's on top highlighted with color orange.

  3. When you are viewing all the forms. A columns names such as ID, ENTRIES, VIEWS.

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