Zapier, meanwhile, is an automation platform that connects an ecosystem of 3,000+ apps, enabling businesses to automate the processes that power their businesses.
If you're a business that uses Google Forms to collect data, then this article will show you how you can connect Google Forms to other apps using Zapier, so you can make things happen when a respondent fills out one of your forms - like sending them a message, or storing the data in a CRM or other app.
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Google Forms is one of the many products from Google that aims to give businesses the tools they need to run.
You can build powerful forms with single and multi-line text inputs, drop downs, radio buttons, and even file uploads.
Once you've built a form, you can share it with people, with responses either stored in Google Forms for you to view, or you have the option of response being added as a row to a Google Sheet you designate.
To summarise, you'll want to create a new zap and select Google Forms as your trigger or action app.
Zapier will prompt you to connect your Google Forms account and when you click "Connect an Account" you'll be redirected to the Google site and prompted to login (if you aren't already).
Next, Google will ask you to give permission to Zapier to access your account data. You'll need to allow this to finish connecting Google Forms in your Zapier account.
Once done, you'll find yourself back in the zap editor and will be able to continue building your zap.
New Response in Spreadsheet - Triggered when a new response row is added to the bottom of a spreadsheet.
New or Updated Response in Spreadsheet- Triggered when a new response row is added or modified in a spreadsheet.
Create Response - Create a new response/entry (row) in a specific spreadsheet.
Lookup Response - Finds a response row by a column and value. Returns all the values on that matching row.
Find or Create Response - Finds or creates a specific lookup row.
Click the links below to instantly install the zaps in your account.
1. Create Trello cards from new Google Forms responses
2. Share Google Forms responses in a Slack channel
3. Create or update Mailchimp subscribers from new Google Forms submissions
4. Send email via Gmail for new Google Forms submissions
5. Create Google Calendar events from new Google Forms submissions
6. Create Asana tasks from new Google Forms responses
Many businesses user Trello to mange their sales funnel or internal projects - and if you're using Google Forms alongside this to collect key data, you can use Zapier to create new cards or update existing ones in Trello
This video shows you how easy it is to setup this workflow:
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This guide talks you through the setup process:
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