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Gravity Form Add-on Integration with miniOrange social login allows you to map the attributes return by the social login providers with their corresponding fields in the gravity form. When a user registers on your website using social login, he will be sent to the gravity form, where he will observe that attributes are automatically mapped.
Follow the steps below to configure Gravity Form Integration in WordPress
With Woocommerce Integration you can Display Social Login buttons on Woocommerce pages and prefill details of a user in the billing and
Discord Integration add-on allows you to restrict the login/registration
of user based on
whether the user is present
in the Discord server
Hubspot Addon provide hubspot integration
where user contact will be automatically added to hubspot contact list on
successful registration via
social login applications
With Custom Registration Form Add-On integrate details of new and existing users. Add multiple fields including the one returned by social sites during registrationKnow more →
Buddypress integration add-on provides you both the features buddypress display option
extended attribute mapping
Mailchimp Add-On helps you to
integrate details of new as well as existing users. Mailchimp helps to Engage your audience with beautiful, branded emails.
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