change_history Twilio Add-On
Troubleshooting Form Data Not Being Sent to a Service
Many of the add-ons that Gravity Forms offers require form data being sent to a 3rd party service, such as Dropbox. If you are having issues, here's how to troubleshoot it.
Troubleshooting API Key Validation Issues
Note: This article refers to issues validating 3rd party API keys in add-ons. If you're having trouble activating your Gravity Forms license key, contact support.
Troubleshooting an Empty or Incomplete Settings Page
If you see a settings page that has missing or incomplete content, this article will show you how to resolve the issue.Check Enabled PHP Extensions.
Troubleshooting a Missing ‘Feeds’ Menu Item
When trying to create an add-on feed, you'll need to access the Feeds page. What if you don't see the menu item?In this article, we'll show you how to troubleshoot the issue.
Troubleshooting a Missing Settings Page
Most add-ons are managed from their own settings pages. These settings pages are typically accessible by accessing the primary Gravity Forms Settings page, then clicking on the tab appropriate for your add-on.
Creating a Feed for the Twilio Add-On
Once you have successfully configured your Twilio API settings within the Twilio add-on for Gravity Forms, the next step is to create a feed.
Obtaining and Activating your Twilio API Key
Before you may begin using the Twilio add-on for Gravity Forms, you will first need to obtain your Twilio API key as well as save it within the Gravity Forms Twilio add-on so that it may communicate with Twilio's servers.