Saving responses from forms in Google Sheets

Google Sheets is a web-based application that allows users to create, update, modify spreadsheets and share the data live online. If you choose to save form responses in Google Sheets, the information submitted by your site visitors is added to the spreadsheet automatically. You can access it via your Google account.
1. You must have a Google account to use Google Sheets. If you do not have a Google account, sign up here.
2. Go to Tilda. Site settings > Forms > Google Sheets
On the next screen, click Connect Google Sheets. The application will ask for permission to access your Google account. Click Allow. A new spreadsheet will be created in Google Drive, where form responses will be submitted.
Go to the page with the form, open the Content menu of the block with the form and tick the box next to Google Sheets.
Publish the page. As responses from the forms are received, Google Sheets will automatically add the fields in the same order as they were specified in your form: email, name, phone, for example. Information such as dispatch time, request ID and a link to the reference page will be added by default.
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