To hide the GravityKit menu link from the WordPress Admin Backend menu without having to mess with the GravityView Access Capabilities, you can use the filter provided below. Note this will hide the GravityKit menu for all users except administrators:

if( ! current_user_can( 'administrator' ) )
{
  add_filter( 'gk/foundation/admin-menu/submenus', function ()
  {
    return [];
  }, 100 );
}

To hide the menu for everyone, including yourself (administrators) use the code below:

add_filter( 'gk/foundation/admin-menu/submenus', function ()
{
  return [];
}, 100 );

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Using the Gravity Forms Import Entries 2.0 plugin, (which was developed by the team at GravityView) you can easily bulk import hundreds or thousands of Gravity Form entries in minutes with any properly formatted comma separated value (CSV) file.

I’ve used this plugin a handful of times and it is well worth the licensing cost having paid for itself after the first use. However, I ran across an issue when attempting to upload a CSV file that contained html content and or https links. Each time I attempted to upload such a CSV I received a “CSV file failed to upload” error. In this article I write on how to get around this upload error.

 

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