When a user submits a Google Form, you can have all the entered form data sent in a email message to one or more recipients and also send a copy to the form respondent.
Google Forms is a free service that brings forms to your Google Drive. With Google Forms, you can create online polls, surveys, quizzes, interview questionnaire, and more. There are no limits and all the data is capture in a Google spreadsheet.
Learn how to create an autoresponder for Google Forms and send automatic confirmation emails to the respondent after they submit a Google form. Also include the form data they submitted in the email message.
You can use Google Drive as a public drop box and receive files directly in Drive from anyone. Guests can even upload files to your Drive folder anonymously.
This is a collection of the most popular Google Scripts for Gmail, Google Drive, Calendar, Contacts, Forms, Docs, Sheets and other Google services.
You can run a quick poll or conduct a quiz on Twitter using Google Forms. The poll is embedded in your tweet and people can answer without leaving Twitter.
Learn how to create Google Forms that would restrict multiple form submissions and only allow one entry per user.
You can easily add limits in Google Forms such that they automatically close after an expiration date or when it has received a particular number of responses.
Learn how to use regular expressions to validate user-entered data in Google Forms. Also includes popular one-line regex patterns for common form fields.
Learn how to password protect your Google Forms and prevent unauthorized users from filling out any data in your forms even if they are public.
Forms in Google Docs are a good choice for creating polls and surveys. You can get instant email notification as soon as people fill and submit your forms.
Learn why spreadsheet forms in Google Docs are a perfect tool to create online polls and surveys for free.