Gravity Forms Delayed Email Notifications
Delay Sending Gravity Form Email Notifications by Any Period of Time
Simply check the box Delay Notifications at the bottom of your Gravity Forms notification config, then select the period of time you’d like from the drop-down and enter the time period you want to delay the message.
See All Outgoing Emails at Your Fingertips
Got a lot of emails scheduled to go out? Wondering whether a particular customer received their notification already? Our Delayed Notifications screen will show you all email notifications that are schedule to go out.
Need to cancel an outgoing delayed notification before it reaches your customer? No problem, the plugin will allow you to do that as well.
Perfect for Appointment Scheduling!
Perfect for massage therapists, dentists, or any type of service provider that takes appointments and payments through Gravity Forms? Now you can let your customers choose a date and time on your form, and Gravity Forms Delayed Notifications can send their appointment reminder email any time before the date they chose. For example, if they booked you for next Wednesday, our plugin can send them a notification 2 days prior, utilizing the delay feature based upon the date field that you include in your form.
Super easy. Super effective!
Schedule a Gravity Forms email notification to go out on an exact date and time of your choosing! Just select the option “Specify by Date” and choose the exact time you’d like the notification to go out, no matter when your customers submit your form!
This is a great feature for event planners who need to make sure event reminder emails go to everyone who checked out using Gravity Forms a few days before the event.
Need a particular notification to go out daily, weekly, or even monthly, without end? Our Recurring Notifications feature lets you repeat notification at specific intervals.
Optionally include a start date, end date, and a specific time you’d like the notifications to repeat for an even more fine tuned delivery sequence.
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Frequently asked questions
As you may know, WordPress is built upon PHP, which does not have its own internal CRON function. In plain english, this means that scheduled activities in WordPress can only happen so long as there is enough consistent and constant traffic to your website so that the emails go out at the time they’re supposed to. However, imaging that you have a delayed notification for 2pm, but you don’t receive any site traffic between 1 and 3pm. This would result in your email being sent at 3pm instead of 2pm as scheduled.
To ensure more precise sending, we recommend setting up a regular CRON job with your website host to repeat every 1 minute. This will narrow the sending of the delayed email to occur within 1 minute of the time it should be sent.