A company hired me to build a plugin that would save users data as they fill it in so that they could close the webpage at any time and resume the form upon browsing back to the page. They were using Gravity Forms Data Persistence Add-On Reloaded but needed a few more features. They needed to be able to view forms currently in progress and make changes if necessary.
You can view the git for this here: https://github.com/creover/gravity-forms-manage-partial-entries
Or download the plugin here: gravity-forms-manage-partial-entries
IMPORTANT: This plugin was only designed to work with logged in users. I can expand it if anyone feels like paying me to.
This plugin leverages the Partial Entry Add-On therefore you MUST have a Gravity Forms developer license and have turned of Gravity Forms Partial Entries
And that’s it! As users fill out the form, it will show up under the Partial Entries section of the entries and the form will load up the values of that partial entry automatically on load.
You may also optionally add a button for users to clear these entries if they want to start over by using the shortcode:
Specify the form by id that you’d like the code to apply
Specify the redirect url for after the button has been clicked