28 Jun

ACF’s Annual Survey 2024: Your Voice Matters

By Iain Poulson

Last year, we embarked on an exciting journey with the first-ever ACF Annual Survey. The response was overwhelming, with over 2,000 of you sharing your valuable insights on how you use ACF and how we can improve it. We’ve now officially launched the 2024 ACF Annual Survey!

Building on Last Year’s Success

The 2023 survey provided us with a wealth of information about how you, our amazing community, use ACF to build incredible WordPress sites. We learned about your preferred workflows, the tools you rely on, and the features you’d like to see in future releases. Your input has been instrumental in guiding our development efforts, ensuring that ACF continues to evolve to meet your needs.

What to Expect in the 2024 Survey

This year’s survey builds upon the foundation laid last year. The survey consists of around 30 questions, most of which are multiple-choice, and should take no more than 10 to 15 minutes to complete.

We want to hear from you about:

  • How you’re using ACF’s fields and features
  • Your experiences with building WordPress sites
  • What improvements or additions you’d like to see in ACF

Your input will help us better understand the trends in WordPress development and ensure that ACF remains the go-to solution for creating custom fields and metadata.


After the survey closes, we will publish an aggregated version of the results soon after the survey closes, providing valuable insights into the current state of ACF and WordPress development. No personally identifiable data will be included in this, only aggregated and anonymized results.

Join the Conversation

We’re committed to making ACF the best it can be, and your participation is crucial to achieving that goal. Take the 2024 ACF Annual Survey today and help shape the future of ACF!

Thank you for being part of the ACF community, and we look forward to hearing your thoughts! Once you’ve completed the survey, you can help us spread the word on Twitter.

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