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reCAPTCHA Add-On v1.1 Release

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gf-bnr-racaptcha-v1.1 Gravity Forms is pleased to announce an update to our reCAPTCHA Add-On. This release sees a number of fixes including…

  • Fixed an issue where an undefined variable notice appears on the add-on settings page.
  • Fixed an issue where forms can fail validation if they include dynamically added fields such as the honeypot.

Prevent Spam Form Entries with Google reCAPTCHA v3

Want to implement Google reCAPTCHA 3 on your website to help prevent spam form entries? Gravity Forms has you covered!

Last month saw the release of our brand new reCAPTCHA Add-On that supports Google reCAPTCHA v3. This add-on is available to all customers – simply install and configure the Google reCAPTCHA Add-On and use it to protect your forms from spam entries.

reCAPTCHA v3 works by tracking actions on your site – Google then uses the data collected to identify possible spam or bot activity. All interactions on your site are given a score, with 1.0 being a likely good interaction, and 0.0 probably a bot.

When a form entry is submitted, the Google reCAPTCHA score that is generated by the interaction is then stored with the form entry. Gravity Forms will compare the score to the threshold established in your settings, and if the entry is less than or equal to that threshold, the entry will be sent to spam.

As mentioned, using Google reCAPTCHA v3 not only helps identify spam entries, it also ensures that your users aren’t interrupted during a form submission, which could lead to higher conversion rates. However, it is important to note that the use of reCAPTCHA v3 requires the sending of user behavior information from your site pages to Google servers.

For more information on the new Gravity Forms reCAPTCHA Add-On, check out these resources…

Note: The reCAPTCHA Add-On is available to ALL our customers, but Gravity Forms v2.5 (or higher) is required.

reCAPTCHA Add-On v1.1 Changelog

  • Fixed an issue where an undefined variable notice appears on the add-on settings page.
  • Fixed an issue where forms can fail validation if they include dynamically added fields such as the honeypot.
  • Fixed an issue where the reCAPTCHA response is saved and output by merge tags.
  • Fixed an issue where submissions from the User Registration Add-On login form are blocked.
If you are a Gravity Forms license holder, the reCAPTCHA Add-On v1.1 can be updated in your WordPress dashboard, or downloaded manually from your account downloads page.

 

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