Fluent Forms Integration

Fluent Forms is an amazing dynamic form plugin with 25+ form input fields, multiple integrations, conversational forms, conditional logic, and more.

Ninja Tables and Fluent Forms integration lets you display all form entries in a table format on the front end.

Here’s a video on how this integration works.

Both the Ninja Tables and Fluent Forms are installed beforehand in the dashboard we’re using.

Create a Form and Display Form in a Table #

Go to the Fluent Forms dashboard, create a form (here’s a form named Contact Form) & put some entries into it.

fluent form entries
Form Entries
  • The above image shows that all the required data has been entered into the form.
  • To show these entries in customized and designed Ninja Tables, simply connect your table to Fluent Forms.
  • Click Connect Fluent Forms from there, and give a title to your table. Then choose your preferred form using the box “Select a Form” like the below screenshot.
connect fluent forms
Connect Fluent Forms
  • After connecting your form, all fields of your selected form will now show up.

    From here, you can choose and save all fields or any unique field you wish to view in the table.
fluent forms fields in ninja tables
Select Entry Fields
  • When you’re done selecting or deselecting the form fields, hit the “Save” button.

    Now a new table will be created with the form fields as table header and form entries as table data.
form entries in data table
  • Edit the table’s name, data type & table style as well using Ninja Tables. Plus, Ninja tables also give you the option to customize table design, responsiveness, and table color.
  • Further customization can be done, such as – adding another Your Message column name. Select the Edit button that is just above the table.
  • After clicking there, you can notice all your form fields, like the screenshot below.
add a new column in form data table
Contact Table

Use responsive breakpoints or stackable table features in this form data table if you need a cleaner look.

Displaying Your Own Submissions Form Only #

If you choose to use Ninja Tables to display your form submissions, activate that from the configuration settings for Table Rows.

current user submission in forms
Own Submission Form

Show Your Table Data According to the Entry Type #

You can also show table data based on the Entry type.

Go to the form where all the required data has been entered.

  • Click the Change Status field and select your entry type Read / Unread / Trashed.
Show Table Data According to the Entry Type
  • Now go to your Ninja Table, which is connected with Fluent Forms. Entry Type enables you to select what type of entries you want to show from fluent forms.
  • Choose your Entry type as per your needs.
show form data according to entry type
Entry Type
  • Here is the result of the table data, which depends on the Status which was chosen.
form entries in table with entry type

The combination of Fluent Forms and Ninja Tables is the most powerful one! And undoubtedly, it is very helpful for your website.

Ninja Tables is the best table plugin to show data in an organized table format.

Fluent Forms integration with Ninja Tables unlocks a lot more opportunities for lead generation and sales increase. Try this combo once and enjoy the magic!


  1. Greetings,

    Thank you for providing the information. Is it possible to use this plugin to display entries based on the user profile within the website? Specifically, if a user is a subscriber with multiple purchase entries, can the plugin be configured to display only the entries associated with that user, rather than all the entries?

    I appreciate your prompt response.

    Best regards.

      1. I am also looking for a way to display products that a user has purchased, with columns providing download links and media. Would be nice if there was a simple checkbox like there is for FluentForm integration.

        Barn2 Plugins has a table plugin that does this with a simple addition to the shortcode.

  2. It would be great to be able to insert entries with only certain attributes. For example, if have a booking form that has 3 different class options on it. I would like to be able to create attendance lists based on the class selected as a seperate table for each.

    1. Hi Bill,
      With NInja Tables and FLuent Forms Integration you can easily do what you wanted on your comment. When you insert any table from your Fluent Forms theres the option to select the entry fields. Fluent Forms Entry Fields

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