A simple plugin to store Elementor Pro Form submissions
This plugin stores contact form submissions from the Elementor Pro Form Module in a handy interface on the back end of WP.
To make things even better, this plugin both notifies admin users of unread messages via a banner but also allows you to convert these contact form requests into any other post type. This means you could use a contact form to get people to submit testimonials, case studies or even front end submitted content.
It makes a simple contact form into a very versatile module indeed.
You can also export your stored contact form data to a CSV file by page submitted on or by form name (if specified in the form module).
Install the plugin like any other. All contact forms using the Elementor Pro Form module will thereafter automatically be recorded in the system. Emails will still be sent as normal so don’t worry about that either!
Visit the admin page and you’ll see a list of form submissions with their dates, page they were submitted on, number of times cloned, etc…
Contributors & Developers
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- Bug Fixes
- Added options to settings page which allow you to change the labels on the admin menu. Better for white labelling
- Added better handling of back end admin pages based on a report of a security exploit (CSRF). Suggest update to a minimum of this plugin version asap
- Vastly improved the speed of the exports. Better for databases of more than 1000 submissions. Tested on a DB of 37k
- Minor preventative security related fixes
- Fixed conflict with new Elementor versions
- Added ability to show Export page to non admins (new setting on the settings page)
- Fixed issue whereby if more than one email was specified as an action then it would save two records
- Added export functionality by Form ID and by page submitted on
- Removed limiting CSS so that paging and bulk delete is possible
- Added settings page housing an option to hide the “nag”, the red bar notifying of submissions
- Fixed for latest version of Elementor Pro