Warning: We do not recommend downgrading Gravity Forms or a Gravity Forms Add-On to a prior version.
If you are experiencing an issue with a recent update, the recommended solution is to restore to your last good backup. This is the best guarantee to recover your previous state, instead of trying to rollback to a prior version of Gravity Forms which can create interworking issues with already upgraded database tables, third party add-ons etc.
Commonly, issues you may be experiencing after an update can be due to a conflict with a theme or plugin, or may already have been corrected with a hotfix release. For this reason, opening a ticket with the Support Team to check may be a better initial option than starting a downgrade process.
We always recommend running the most up-to-date version of Gravity Forms and it’s add-ons, to guard against security vulnerabilities, known bugs, and ensuring compatibility with WordPress core. Check out this article for more on the importance of staying up to date.
If you do need access to a prior version of Gravity Forms for testing or other purposes, please identify what you need and why in your Support request so we can review your issue. Note that providing access to previous versions is not guaranteed, and will be evaluated by the Support team on a case-by-case basis.