Gravity Forms is a great plugin with huge functionality that I use on almost all of my websites.  It just works and if there is ever a time when you cannot get it to do something that you want you can almost always find a solution through their support forums.

Recently I was trying to find a way to redirect my users to a specific url depending on which drop down they chose.  Once they submitted the form they would then be redirected to a certain url.  I used this to create a way for users to choose a purchase item in Gravity Forms and then they would be directed to a Woocommerce page within my site to actually pay for that item.

So, how did I accomplish this?  After doing some searching around the web ( I took the directions from several sites and came up with the following snippet that works well.

Add this to your functions.php file.

// change the 1 here to your form ID if you are not using form 1
add_filter('gform_confirmation_3', 'conditional_confirmation', 10, 4);

function conditional_confirmation($confirmation, $form, $lead, $ajax){
    // change the 1 here to your field if the unit numbers not field 1
    $url = get_bloginfo();    // set a reasonable default in case we forget a unit
    switch($lead[1]) {
        case 'Name of Drop Down 1':
            $url = "";
        case 'Name of Drop Down 2':
            $url = "";
    $confirmation = array('redirect' => $url);
    return $confirmation;

The things you need to change:

  • On line 6 – Change “gform_confirmation_3” to the correct form ID number.  So all you are really changing here is the number “3” to your form number.
  • On Line 12 – Change “Name of Drop Down 1” to the EXACT name of your drop down select item.
  • On Line 13 – Change the url for “” to the url you want to redirect the user.

That’s it!

This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. Vladan

    You have one mistake, instead of:
    Please change to =>

  2. Patrick

    Great snippet! Thank you so much! 🙂

    I was wondering though, how would I create a conditional redirect based on two drop down selections?

    If [select 1 = option 1] & [select 2 = option 1] then redirect to URL #1
    If [select 1 = option 2] & [select 2 = option 1] then redirect to URL #2
    If [select 1 = option 1] & [select 2 = option 2] then redirect to URL #3
    If [select 1 = option 1] & [select 2 = option 2] then redirect to URL #4

  3. SSSV

    Patrick, did you figure out how to do this? I am also looking for that solution…


  4. Tony Journo

    Yes Gravity Forms supports conditional confirmations out of the box. Go to the “Confirmations” page under “Form Settings”. At the top you’ll see a button to “Add New”. Click this to add a new confirmation. On the confirmation edit view at the very bottom will be a section labeled “Conditional Logic” (example). You can use this section to indicate when this confirmation should be used.

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