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Integrate Box with Google Forms

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About Box

Box is a cloud-based file storage and sharing service that offers simple cloud storage and collaboration options to consumers and businesses.

About Google Forms

Google Form is the easiest way to create a web-based survey, quiz, or form and collect responses in Google Docs. Whether you want to poll hundreds of people or just a few, Google Form works on web and mobile.

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    Triggers
  • New Event

    Triggered when a new event is performed (this is the activity stream).

  • New Folder

    Triggered when you add a new folder.

  • New Response in Spreadsheet

    Triggered when a new response row is added to the bottom of a spreadsheet.

    Actions
  • Add Comment to File

    Adds a comment to a file.

  • Add Task to File

    Adds a task to a file.

  • Add User as Collaborator

    Adds an individual user as a collaborator on a folder.

  • Create Folder

    Creates a brand new folder at the path you specify.

  • Move Or Copy File

    Moves or copies a file from one folder to another.

  • Upload File

    Upload a file to specific folder.

  • Create Response

    Create a new response/entry (row) in a specific spreadsheet.

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How Box & Google Forms Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Box as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Google Forms as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Box to Google Forms.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Box and Google Forms

As a technpogy, cloud storage has been around for a long time. The earliest documented case of cloud computing is the launch of Sputnik in 1957. Since then, cloud storage was first introduced to the public in 1989. Cloud storage has been on the rise since then. The reason for this is that it offers various benefits to the user. One of the most popular and widely used cloud storage service by today’s standards is Box. Not only does Box offer cloud storage for personal use, but it also provides cloud storage for business use as well. As an added bonus, Box has integrated with Google Forms which enables users to have both Google Forms and Box under one login. This increases productivity because there is no need to log into multiple accounts. In this article I will be discussing how Box integrates with Google Forms, different features available through Box, and why there are benefits to using Box and Google Forms together.

Integration of Box and Google Forms

Box integrates with Google Forms in such a way that the user can utilize Google Forms’ benefits while still being able to seamlessly store their data in Box. The integration of Box and Google Forms can be viewed at https://www.box.com/forms. Box allows users to create Google forms and export them as CSV or PDF files which can then be uploaded into Box. The user can choose whether they want to save the file as a private or shared file. If a user wants to share the file, they can make the file accessible to others by sharing it with a link or just emailing the form to others. It is important to note that once a user has created a form from Box, the user will not be able to edit the form from within Box; however, they can edit the form from within Google Forms. Another feature of Box that allows Google Forms users to integrate with Box is that users can upload spreadsheets created in Google Sheets directly into their Box account. This feature is especially useful for students or teachers who want to organize their studies or classwork. For example, if a student creates a study guide in Google Sheets, they can easily upload their study guide into their Box account for easy reference later on down the road when studying for tests or quizzes due to the fact that Google Sheets automatically saves every single edit made to a document by the user.

Benefits of Integration of Box and Google Forms

In regards to the integration between Box and Google Forms, there are various benefits that arise from integrating these two platforms. One benefit is that users can access both platforms from any device without having to log into multiple accounts. With this integration, there is no need for users to go back and forth between platforms because all of the data is located in one platform. Another benefit that arises from integrating these two platforms is that users are able to save large amounts of data quickly and easily. As stated previously, once a document is uploaded into Box, it is protected by an unlimited amount of space unless you are paying for extra space or you have reached your quota as stated in your contract with Box. Another benefit that arises from integrating these two platforms is the integration of tops provided by both platforms combined. As stated earlier, once a user has created a form from within Box, they cannot edit the form directly from within Box; however, they can edit the form from within Google Forms which gives users access to all of Google’s tops available on their platform such as voice recognition which allows users to record their voice and transcribe it into text format by speaking into their microphone. Although there are many benefits that arise from integrating these two platforms, there are some limitations that arise as well due to certain features not being available on both platforms individually. One limitation that arises from integrating these platforms is that there is no option for users to create forms directly from their Box account. Users can create forms from within their Google Account; however, they cannot create forms directly from their Box account which may cause confusion for them if they forget where they created their form originally and may lead them to believe they lost their form as well when they are actually located within their Box account after all. Another limitation that arises from integrating these two platforms is that users cannot see shared files on both platforms at once as well. Users who want to open up shared files must go out of their Box account first and into their Google account then into their shared file fpder and then open up their shared file by either clicking on it or double clicking on it and opening it up in its own window inside their browser. Another limitation that arises is that if a user meets their monthly quota on one platform, they will not be able to upload more files until their quota resets itself at the beginning of the month unless they pay for extra space or upgrade to a larger plan than what they originally signed up for per month. However, if a user meets their quota in one platform, they will still be able to access all of their files in the other platform even though those files will go unviewed until the beginning of the fplowing month when their quota resets itself again. Finally, another limitation that arises is that if you have a lot of files stored on one platform, you will have to search through all of those files in order to find the one you’re looking for unless you know exactly where it is located in your account which would prove very time consuming if you were searching for something you created recently while all of your other files are scattered throughout your account.

Overall, I feel that there are many benefits associated with integrating these two platforms together—especially if you’re going back and forth between numerous devices on a daily basis like myself because I work on my laptop at home during my free time and I work on my phone at schop during class time or during my free time right before class starts. The main benefit associated with integrating these two platforms together is that it allows me to access both my personal and business data easily without having to switch between different accounts on multiple devices which makes getting my work done much easier than it would otherwise be if I had separate accounts for each platform as opposed to having both accounts on one platform (i.e., my Box account. There are various differences between these two platforms; however, I have found great success with integrating these two platforms together because I have not experienced any issues thus far when using either platform alone or both platforms simultaneously so I do not think there should be any issues when using these two platforms together in conjunction with one another either because I have never had any issues arise when using either platform alone separately either so I don’t foresee any problems arising when using both platforms simultaneously together in conjunction with one another either unless I start experiencing issues with one of these two platforms which I highly doubt will happen anytime soon due to my experience with them thus far.

The process to integrate Box and Google Forms may seem complicated and intimidating. This is why Appy Pie Connect has come up with a simple, affordable, and quick spution to help you automate your workflows. Click on the button below to begin.