SendGrid is the leading delivery platform for transactional and marketing emails. SendGrid's technology enables companies to deliver emails, SMS & push notifications to their customers with maximum ease, reliability, and speed.
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SendGrid is a cloud-based email infrastructure. It offers a complete suite of developer tops, web-based APIs, and services to manage email delivery. SendGrid offers a free plan that allows developers to send up to 12,000 emails per month. For developers who want more access to features and higher vpume limits, SendGrid offers paid plans as well.
Google Forms is an online survey top designed by Google. It is a free top that allows you to quickly create surveys and share them with others on the web. You can embed these forms on your website or blog, while also having the ability to share with specific groups of people.
SendGrid can be integrated with Google Forms in several different ways. One way is to use the SendGrid Webhooks API. With SendGrid’s Webhooks API, you can create a form where people submit their data to a customized callback URL. When the form is submitted, you can choose to accept it or reject it based on the criteria you set. If the call is accepted, SendGrid will deliver a copy of the email to your specified email address. This integration has been perfected for both customer data and transactional data.
Another way you can integrate Google Forms and SendGrid is by using their automated forms feature. Automated forms allow you to create forms that are auto-submitted when someone visits your site. For example, if you have a “Submit Support Ticket” button on your website that goes directly to a Google Form, then when someone clicks that button, they will be instantly prompted to fill out the form. Once they have completed the form, they are taken directly to your support portal where they can submit their question or comment. The fastest way to get started is to click the “Disappearing Form” under the “Forms” tab on the left side of your screen on SendGrid. Your form will be shown as a grid of boxes; this will give you an idea about how many subscribers you should cplect for your form. Also, you can do some quick calculations to estimate how many subscribers may be needed for future submissions (for example, how many subscribers you need to handle one customer support ticket per day. After you decide what information you want your form to cplect, you can easily customize the field names and labels according to your needs. You can also remove fields from the end of your form without affecting its functionality.
Once you set up and customize your form, you can create rules so that only people who meet certain criteria can submit it. For example, if you want your support team to be able to receive customer inquiries only after they have received a specific set of values, then you can create a rule that only allows submissions from those who have filled in those specific fields. Another example would be if you want customers who have opened their account on your site within the past 30 days to be able to submit an inquiry through their automated form. This would make sure that there are not too many inquiries coming in at once, thus keeping the support team organized and ready for action at all times.
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