So, about 12 months after beginning this journey, Gravity Flow is finally available for purchase. (
use the discount code LAUNCH10PERCENT for an early bird discount)
Around 200 beta testers have been using it. I’d estimate around 30 of those for real-world processes, and about 400 people have tried the online demo. About 100 of the 200 beta testers came from organic traffic via my blog. The rest came quite suddenly after Brian Krogsgard stumbled on it and wrote a rather nice post about it on Post Status. All these people have helped enormously to make sure Gravity Flow is a solid product before version 1.0.
The response so far has been terrific. A common theme in the feedback from customers is that they have been using Gravity Forms extensively but Gravity Flow has provided the “missing piece”. That’s the best bit for me.
Gravity Flow is, and will remain, a side project for me so I’m not looking for high volume or high growth – I’m doing this because I enjoy doing it in my spare time so I’ve been extremely happy with the steady interest so far.
When I started development, I did promise Estela and our son a special family holiday with the first 5k and that was achieved even before the final release. And quite frankly, they truly do deserve it.