How to send randomly-selected support tickets to Slack once a week for easy review

At GravityView, we’re starting a review process for support to make sure that as we grow, our support continues to be awesome.

We’re starting a Support Review meeting. We will randomly choose tickets to review for each person who has provided support in that time.

Random selection is a pain, so we created a Zapier Zap to do it for us! Here’s how: Continue reading “How to send randomly-selected support tickets to Slack once a week for easy review”

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Have you ever wanted to take a form submission and show the results on a website? That’s what GravityView does.

GravityView integrates with the popular Gravity Forms plugin and makes it easy to display entries on your website.

  • Embed Gravity Forms entry data in a post or a page
  • Control what data is displayed using a drag & drop interface
  • Moderate what entries are visible before they appear on your website
  • Allow users to edit the entries they created
  • …and more

If you’re using Gravity Forms, you’ll want GravityView.