Form Field Manager (FFM) allows you to add and manage additional fields for your Give donation forms using an intuitive drag-and-drop interface. Form fields include simple fields such as checkboxes, dropdowns, radios, and more. The more complex form fields that you can add are file upload fields, Rich text editors (TinyMCE), and the powerful Repeater field.

Powerful Custom Fields

There are many reasons to accept donations and some donations forms require additional fields to fulfill a certain requirement. Considering this, Form Field Manager (FFM) provides you with a powerful set of custom fields to choose from:

List of Custom Fields
List of Custom Fields
  • Text
  • Textarea
  • Dropdown
  • Date
  • Radio
  • Checkbox
  • Email
  • File Upload
  • Phone Number
  • URL
  • Multi Select
  • Repeat Field
  • HTML
  • Section
  • Do Action

Easily Add Custom Fields to Your Donation Forms

Before Form Field Manager the only way to add custom fields to your WordPress forms was using code. This was hardly ideal for many Give users. Now the process is much easier and more powerful than ever before!

With only a few clicks you can create your perfect donation form:

Admin Form Field Creation
Admin Form Field Creation
A Donation Form with Custom Fields
A Donation Form with Custom Fields

Reviewing Field Data is a Breeze

Once donors have given you will have access to review the fields they completed as well as edit them if need be. The data is available on the individual donation transaction screen within Give. Here’s a preview of what the fields look like once completed:

Admin View of Donor's Custom Field Data
Admin View of Donor’s Custom Field Data

Everything you Need to Add Custom Fields

We developed FFM to be both powerful and easy to use. The documentation for this Add-on is being continually improved and iterated to make it as clear and easy as possible to get started and learn how to use the Add-on. Priority support is provided for active license holders via our support forum where we provide prompt and thorough responses.