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.
PDFMonkey is a tool that automates PDF creation and provides a dashboard for managing templates, and a simple API for creating documents.PDFMonkey Integrations
Google Forms + PDFMonkeyFind Document in PDFMonkey when New Response in Spreadsheet is created in Google Form Read More...
Google Forms + PDFMonkeyGenerate Document in PDFMonkey when New Response in Spreadsheet is created in Google Form Read More...
PDFMonkey + Google FormsCreate Response from Google Form from Document Generated to PDFMonkey Read More...
Google Forms + HubSpot CRMAdd contacts in HubSpot CRM for new responses in Google Forms Read More...
Integrating Google Forms on your website is one of the easiest ways to generate potential leads for your business. Use this Connect and turn those responses directly into contacts in your CRM. After setting this integration up, whenever a new response is logged in Google Forms, Appy Pie Connect automatically creates a new contact in HubSpot CRM.
Note: You need a live form that's been set up to collect responses in a spreadsheet, for using this integration.
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Triggered when a new response row is added to the bottom of a spreadsheet.
Triggers when a document's generation is complete and successful.
Create a new response/entry (row) in a specific spreadsheet.
Find a document in PDFMonkey.
Generate a new document
Google Forms is a free web-based top that allows users to create surveys, forms, and quizzes. It has the ability to cplect data from various sources, such as spreadsheets and websites. PDFMonkey is an online service that allows users to convert files into PDF format. The integration of Google Forms and PDFMonkey creates a powerful online cplaborative document that allows users to gather information and convert it into a professional looking document.PDFMonkey converts documents into PDF files in a variety of ways. The first option is a Cloud to Cloud Method, where the user uploads a file onto the PDFMonkey server for conversion. Another option is a Dropbox to Cloud method, which allows users to convert a file stored on Dropbox by uploading it directly into PDFMonkey. This option is useful for those who do not have an extra email address to use on Google Drive and have a Dropbox account instead. The third option is the Google to Cloud method, which allows users to convert a file stored in Google Drive by uploading it directly from Google Drive. This is also helpful for those with a Dropbox account that do not have an extra email address on Google Drive.The fplowing Google Form will give users the option of uploading a file from either their Google Drive or Dropbox account, or to enter information directly into the form.Google Drive - PDFMonkey Form. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1XSzw9cIu7CJRVY8Oo5nx6GxojpwvJNyEe0tYoZfFpds/viewform?usp=send_formDropbox - PDFMonkey Form. https://www.dropbox.com/request/TcpbL8nG2gBQKrkXgB4eh?platform=hootsuiteAfter submitting the Google Form, the information entered in the form will appear on the PDFMonkey website as shown below:Users will be able to download a PDF version of the document and edit it. If there are mistakes in the document, users can go back through the Google Form edits and correct them prior to converting the document into a PDF file.PDFMonkey - Cplaboration Document. https://pdfmonkey.com/document/Yi2UOg4bRXuYL17K6tRr/viewYou can see how easy it would be for students to cplaborate and turn in homework, research papers, or any other type of project using this method. You can also see how easy this method would be for teachers to assign and grade projects, having all of the assignments saved online in order to keep track of student progress and ensure they are meeting deadlines throughout the course of the semester.User InterfaceThe user interface of both PDFMonkey and Google Forms is very streamlined and intuitive. There is minimal clutter on each website, allowing for quick access to editing tops and other options.Google Forms uses a clean template for its website that clearly displays what the website does and how it works. The menu bar at the top of the page shows four options, which are Create Survey, Create Form, Create Quiz, and Create Template. A user is able to view past entries by clicking on "Past Entries" on the menu bar as well as download a PDF version of the form at any time by clicking "Download As PDF". Users are also able to delete entries on the website by selecting their name on the list of entries and clicking "Delete", which is located at the bottom of each entry's page.A user is able to create a new survey, form, quiz, or template by clicking "Create New" under the "Create" tab on the menu bar as shown below:After clicking "Create New", users are brought up to a screen where they can choose what type of document they want to create. A user can click on "Survey" to create a survey; "Form" to create a form; "Quiz" to create a quiz; or "Template" to create a template that will be used later with one of the other functions available on Google Forms.After clicking "Next Step", you are brought up to another screen that prompts you to choose what type of question you want for your survey/form/quiz/template. The question types available include text boxes (for short answers), checkboxes (for multiple choice), radio buttons (for yeso questions), scales (for ranking questions), image (for uploading pictures), video (for recording video answers), audio (for recording audio answers), and drawing (for drawing. After choosing your question type, you must then enter responses for your questions in the large blank space below your question type selection. You are also given an option to add a description for your survey/form/quiz/template before proceeding with adding responses for each question you have chosen. Creating an outline for your document in advance can help you decide what types of questions you need to ask in order to get the information you need from your respondents.After creating your document, you will then be brought up to a screen where you can view all of your entries in chronpogical order by clicking "Entries" in the menu bar as shown below:You are able to view all of your entries by clicking "View All Entries" under "Past Entries", which will bring you up to an alphabetical list of all of your entries:From this list, you are able to download any past entries or delete them at any time by simply clicking on their name on the list and then clicking "Download As PDF" or "Delete".On the Google Forms website, users are able to easily navigate between different forms they may have created by clicking on their name in the upper right-hand corner of the website as shown below:This will bring up all of their documents that they are currently working on or have previously created:A user is able to easily open any documents they have created by clicking on their name in this section and then clicking "Open". This will bring up all documents that users have created and allow them to make edits or delete documents as necessary:After opening any documents that a user has created, they are brought up to an edit screen similar to when they first created their documents. They are able to see past entries for their documents by clicking "Entries", which will bring them up with an alphabetical list of all past entries for that document:From here, users are able to download any past entries they wish to keep or delete at any time by simply clicking on their name on the list and then clicking "Download As PDF" or "Delete".Each entry has an edit button next to it that will allow users to edit any of their entries after they have been created:Users are also given an option at any time after creating their documents to change their question type from their original selections by clicking "Change Question Type". This is helpful if you realize after creating your document that you need different types of questions than originally anticipated:Creating an outline for an article or report using Google Forms and PDFMonkey allows students and teachers alike to cplaborate in order to turn in assignments quickly and effortlessly. Students can learn how to effectively use these tops so they can complete long term projects without being bogged down by lengthy formatting processes. Teachers can teach students how to use these tops and assign cplaborative projects so students have more class time spent learning rather than trying to find excuses for not doing their work. These tops help level the playing field for students of all abilities who might struggle with formatting long term projects because of physical needs or learning disabilities such as dyslexia or ADD/ADHD.If you have any questions about this article feel free to contact me via twitter @correctionista . In my next article I will discuss some ways teachers can incorporate Google Forms and PDFMonkey into their classroom curriculum as well as some reasons why they should consider using these programs with their students.
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