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Google Groups + Gravity Forms Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Google Groups and Gravity Forms

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About Google Groups

Google Groups is a service from Google that provides discussion groups for people sharing common interests. Google Groups makes it easy for groups of people—such as project teams, departments, or classmates—to communicate and collaborate.

About Gravity Forms

Gravity Forms is a premium WordPress plugin that allows you to design and publish forms on your site. You can easily add contact forms, quizzes, and surveys to your website using this plugin.

Gravity Forms Integrations

Best ways to Integrate Google Groups + Gravity Forms

  • Google Groups Gravity Forms

    Google Groups + Gravity Forms

    New Entry in Gravity Forms when New Member is created in Google Groups Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Google Groups New Member
     
    Then do this...
    Gravity Forms New Entry
  • Google Groups Gravity Forms

    Google Groups + Gravity Forms

    Submit Form in Gravity Forms when New Member is created in Google Groups Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Google Groups New Member
     
    Then do this...
    Gravity Forms Submit Form
  • Google Groups Google Groups

    Gravity Forms + Google Groups

    Add Member to Group in Google Groups when Form Submission is added to Gravity Forms Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Google Groups Form Submission
     
    Then do this...
    Google Groups Add Member to Group
  • Google Groups Google Groups

    Gravity Forms + Google Groups

    Create or Update Group from Google Groups from Form Submission to Gravity Forms Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Google Groups Form Submission
     
    Then do this...
    Google Groups Create or Update Group
  • Google Groups Google Groups

    Gravity Forms + Google Groups

    Add Group Email Alias in Google Groups when Form Submission is added to Gravity Forms Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Google Groups Form Submission
     
    Then do this...
    Google Groups Add Group Email Alias
  • Google Groups {{item.actionAppName}}

    Google Groups + {{item.actionAppName}}

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Connect Google Groups + Gravity Forms in easier way

It's easy to connect Google Groups + Gravity Forms without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Member

    Triggers whenever a new member is added in google groups.

  • Form Submission

    Triggers when a new specified form is submitted.

    Actions
  • Add Group Email Alias

    Adds a new email alias for a group.

  • Add Member to Group

    Adds a new member to a group.

  • Create or Update Group

    Creates or updates a group

  • Delete Member to Group

    Delete a member from a group.

  • New Entry

    Creates a new form entry.

  • Submit Form

    Creates an entry and fires all events associated with a form submission such as notifications and add-on feeds.

How Google Groups & Gravity Forms Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Google Groups 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 Gravity 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 Google Groups to Gravity Forms.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of Google Groups and Gravity Forms

  • Google Groups?
  • Google Groups is a social networking service that enables users to create and participate in online forums and email-based groups with one or more subscribers. A Google Groups user can read messages posted to the group by Google Groups members, post messages of their own to the group, and subscribe to specific categories of messages, called "groups," or to particular group members. Google Groups' chief competitors are similar services from Yahoo!, Microsoft, and Sohu.com.

  • Gravity Forms?
  • Gravity Forms is a WordPress plugin that allows users to quickly and easily create custom forms for use on WordPress powered websites. Gravity Forms forms can be used to cplect information from users via a form, or they can be added to a website as a widget. Gravity Forms comes bundled with many powerful features including conditional logic, CAPTCHA integration, file uploads, PayPal integration, Google Analytics, multi-page forms, AJAX-powered Gravity Forms, WYSIWYG form editor, and much more. Gravity Forms has been used to cplect information from millions of users around the world and is currently the most popular WordPress Plugin ever created.

  • Integration of Google Groups and Gravity Forms
  • Integrating Google Groups and Gravity Forms would allow users to add signup forms for their website to the Google Groups platform. Users could then add that Google Group to their website along with a simple block of code that would pull in the user data from the Google Group into a WordPress page or post. The benefits of integrating Google Groups and Gravity Forms would be:

    • The ability to add a form to users' Google Group and have it pulled into your website without any additional coding. This would make it easier for people to sign up for your services and spread the word about your products and/or services.
    • The ability to capture email addresses directly from within your Google Group through targeted signup forms (e.g., if you wanted only non-US members of your Google Group to receive your newsletter you could add a sign up form that asked for their country when they signed up. This would help you better target the audience that you want to receive your email and reduce the number of spam complaints and unsubscribes.
    • The ability to add a Google Group button directly in your sidebar allowing people to join your group directly from your website. This would increase the visibility of your group and provide another avenue for people to join your group — especially those who may not see the sidebar widget on your website (e.g., if you had a large amount of traffic on your site.
    • The ability to add a sign up form that allowed people to choose when they wanted their updates delivered (i.e., daily, weekly, monthly. This would allow you to tailor your message delivery frequency based on the preferences of individual users. This would also help prevent you from overwhelming users with too many messages at one time or overwhelming them with messages they don't care about.
    • The ability to track how many users are joining your group. Since groups are part of the Google Analytics platform you can view metrics on how many new users are joining your group every day or week. You can use this information to tweak your campaigns based on what is working or not working for you.
    • The ability to track how many customers are joining your list (i.e., how many users are signing up for your newsletter. You can then use this information to determine how effective your newsletter is performing. If you have 10,000 people in your newsletter list but only 500 opening each email then you can decide whether it's time to upgrade your content or try a different approach.
    • The ability to integrate Google Analytics into forms on your website which will give you access to detailed stats on how many signups you are receiving, where people are signing up from on your site, etc. This will allow you to see exactly how effective each signup form is on your website so you can tweak them for better performance. For example, if 60% of people are signing up for your newsletter by clicking on the sidebar widget on one blog post but 90% are signing up by clicking on the sidebar widget on another blog post then you know that you should probably place the sidebar widget on the other blog post instead of the first one (assuming that both forms are identical. This will allow you to drive more traffic directly to the sign up form that is working best for you without having to tweak the form itself (which requires coding. This also allows you to determine which marketing channels are most successful at driving user signups (e.g., if people are signing up for your newsletter through Facebook ads but not through Twitter ads then you know that Facebook ads are more effective than Twitter ads for this particular campaign.
    • The ability to include custom fields in forms on your website which will allow you to cplect additional data points that you wouldn't normally be able to cplect with just an email address (i.e., if you wanted people to enter their city when they signed up for your newsletter you could add a custom field in the form asking for their city. This can be helpful in segmenting users so they receive messages about things that are relevant to them when it comes time to send newsletters or when it comes time for user contact requests (e.g., if someone joins your newsletter from New York it may be appropriate for you to contact them by phone or video chat rather than email since they've opted-in for this type of communication. It can also be helpful if you need additional information for tracking purposes (e.g., if you want to know which city someone is from after they've purchased from you so you can track sales by location.

  • Benefits of Integration of Google Groups and Gravity Forms
  • There are several benefits of integrating Google Groups and Gravity Forms:

    • In addition to being able to easily add a sign up form directly into a Google Group, this integration gives marketers access to some powerful features that aren't available through Google Groups alone:

  • CAPTCHA integration – CAPTCHA integration allows marketers to prevent spam bots from joining groups via automated signup software without requiring human moderators to manually moderate every signup request. CAPTCHA integration works by requiring users who have recently joined your group via automated signup software (e.g., using Microsoft Word's "Sign Up Now" feature. to spve a CAPTCHA puzzle before they can submit their post or comment. While human moderator moderation is still necessary for spammers who do not use automated signup software (and must therefore enter everything manually), CAPTCHA integration makes it harder — but not impossible — for spammers who use automated signup software (and therefore do not need to enter everything manually. Signup forms that require CAPTCHA do not work well with mobile devices due to poor internet connection speeds and lack of good mobile browsers; however, mobile devices comprise only ~10% of total web traffic according to StatCounter GlobalStats; therefore, using CAPTCHA should not pose a significant problem unless mobile devices comprise a significant portion of total web traffic for your business (in which case we recommend using mobile-optimized plugins such as Gravity Mobile instead. We recommend looking into CAPTCHA integration if — and only if — email verification rates on signup forms start approaching ~10% or more (i.e., 1 out of 10 signups require human moderation/approval because the signup was submitted by a spam bot. If email verification rates remain consistently under ~10% then we recommend against using CAPTCHA as it will dramatically reduce the number of users who can complete the form as well as increase frustration levels among those who cannot complete the form due to slow connections or lack of support for mobile devices. If ~10% or more of signups require human moderation/approval due to spam bot activity then we recommend checking out reCAPTCHA which adds machine learning algorithms into the mix allowing CAPTCHA puzzles for new users to be spved automatically before requiring human moderation/approval. reCaptcha is available in multiple languages including English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Dutch, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Greek, Norwegian Bokmål, Ppish, Turkish, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Bulgarian, Hebrew, Hungarian, Malay, Romanian, Slovakian, Slovenian, Finnish & Vietnamese. There is no additional cost beyond what you pay for standard CAPTCHA images; however reCaptcha does require images so it may not be suitable if images are disabled on your website due to bandwidth restrictions or security reasons. We recommend checking out reCaptcha if — and only if — email verification rates remain consistently under ~10%
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