Configure screen in Entry Importer
Continue Processing If Errors Occur
With this setting enabled, if the importer encounters a problem with the CSV, it will not stop the import immediately. It will continue processing all the rows of your CSV file, and then provide a report of the errors that were encountered.
Examples of errors include trying to import a value into an existing form drop down that does not exist, or Entry Notes that are not formatted properly for import.
For more details about this setting, check out this article.
Ignore Required Fields
This setting is only visible if you are importing into a form that contains required fields. This setting will allow you to bypass the required fields for the data you import. You can import rows from your CSV that do not contain the required fields.
If your form has feeds configured, this setting allows you to trigger the feed for each imported entry. Each entry will be sent to the checked feeds.
If your feeds are configured with conditions, those conditions will be respected when processing each entry.
If enabled, CSV rows will only be imported if the logic you define here matches. Rows that do not match will be skipped during import.
You can add multiple filters using the + symbol at the right of each value, and remove a filter by clicking the - symbol.
When you're importing thousands of entries, you may not want your Gravity Forms Form Notifications to be sent for each row of your CSV!
But if you do want the active notifications sent (as configured on the Gravity Forms Notifications screen), enable this setting.