GravityView is an extremely powerful add-on for Gravity Forms which allows you to display and edit entries on the front-end of your site. It can be used to create lists of workflow entries and display their final status and current workflow step.
It can also be used to create custom, form-specific, workflow inboxes. This gives you a lot of flexibility over the columns in the table, and it also enables you to create inboxes for groups of assignees or create special inboxes with advanced filters.
The following screenshot shows an inbox displaying tasks for the current user along with entry values, the final status, the current workflow step, and a link to the workflow entry detail page. It functions just like the built-in Gravity Flow inbox, except you get all the extra functionality that comes with GravityView such as paging, sorting, caching, custom content templates etc.
The Gravity Flow related fields are added to the view just like any other field and include 5 field types:
Final Status, Workflow Step, Workflow Current Status Timestamp, Workflow Detail Link and Workflow Approval Links.
Of course you can customise the link text in the field settings:
By default, the view will display all entries. However, if you want to filter the entries to display only the entries assigned to the current user you'll need to add a filter. Please note that this does require the GravityView Advanced Filter Extension.
In addition to "Current User", the Workflow Assignee values include all the assignees for the current form from all the steps, so you can create group inboxes which display with entries for more than one assignee.
Edits performed through GravityView are completely independent of 'Gravity Flow' and will not trigger User Input steps for assignees by default. If you would like to enable this integration, the Workflow > Settings panel has an option to do so.
For other step types to be triggered via GravityView edit activity, you would need to write a function to hook to gravityview/edit_entry/after_update to do so.