Reply To: How to find out what forms are using the plugin

Gary Michael
Support Manager

Hi Grant,

Thanks for your questions. I certainly understand how that can present an issue with so many forms. At this time, there’s nothing built into SyncS3 that would visually indicate a form has an S3 field. The only way to tell would be to open the form editor, which I understand is less than ideal in your case.

To make this easier, I went ahead and put together a code snippet for you to use. Add this to your theme’s functions.php file. It will add a column to the forms list, which shows a checkbox when a form contains a SyncS3 field. Feel free to customize it as you wish.

add_filter( 'gform_form_list_columns', 'em_gf_form_list_column_syncs3' );
function em_gf_form_list_column_syncs3( $columns ) {
	$columns['syncs3'] = 'SyncS3';
	return $columns;
add_action( 'gform_form_list_column_syncs3', 'em_gf_form_list_column_syncs3_data' );
function em_gf_form_list_column_syncs3_data( $item ) {
	$form = GFAPI::get_form( $item->id );
	$is_syncs3 = false;
	if ( is_array( $form['fields'] ) ) {
		foreach ( $form['fields'] as $field ) {
			// AJAX Uploader type
			if ( RGFormsModel::get_input_type( $field ) == 'syncs3_ajax_uploader' ) {
				$is_syncs3 = true;
			} else if ( RGFormsModel::get_input_type( $field ) == 'fileupload' ) { // Standard upload field configured for S3
				if ( ! empty( $field->enableS3Field ) ) {
					$is_syncs3 = true;
	if ( true === $is_syncs3 ) {
		echo '';
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