How to Integrate Gravity Forms with Google Spreadsheets?

Google Sheets is a useful tool that acts as a protection shield to save any file or data, permitting users to access it from anywhere around the globe. With the s, users can manage any data associated with Gravity Forms within its own Google Spreadsheet.

Gravity forms Google Sheet Add-on helps users export data from gravity forms to your google spreadsheet via instantly mapping the gravity forms field on your Spreadsheet. This add-on easily maintains and manages your Gravity Forms data without any intervention, malfunctioning, and loss of information.

Features

The features of Gravity Forms Google Sheets Add-on include:

  1. Permits users to send gravity forms information to Google Spreadsheet after form submission on your site.
  2. Separate Google Spreadsheets included in each gravity form.
  3. When the user submits forms, data gets inserted into the selected sheet acting as a new row for each field. It would also be best to choose the back-end fields you want to show on the Spreadsheet.
  4. The data is listed horizontally on each sheet.
  5. Visualizes relevant data.
  6. Filters data as per your needs.
  7. Data Management with Unlimited Forms.

How to integrate gravity forms with google spreadsheets in the following section

 1. Integration of Client ID and Client-Secret ID

Step#1

The first phase is to get a client ID and client-Secret ID from Google’s Developers Console. The user must go to developers.google.com.

get a client ID

Step#2

Click on the “Select a Project” option, after which a pop-up window, then click on the “New Project” option.

  1. Add Project Name
  2. Navigate your location or select the “No Organization” option.
  3. Click on the “Create New Project” button.

Select a Project

Select a Projects

Step#3

Scroll to the left ‘API & Services’ Bar and click the ‘Oauth Consent Screen’ option.

✔   Choose the “External” radio button.
✔   Press the “Create” Button.

API & Services

Step#4

After step#3, you need to:

✔    Enter “Application Name” in the field bar.
✔    Press the “Save” button.

Application Name

Step#5

✔     Scroll through the menu on the top left corner and click on the “Credentials” option.
✔     Navigate center-wise and click on the “Create credentials” button.
✔     Press “Oauth Client ID” from the dropdown menu bar.

Oauth Client ID

Step#6

This step provides an intuitive edge to:

✔    Choose Application Type to “Desktop App.”
✔    Implement the text you require in the field bar within “Name.”
✔    Press the “Create” button.

intuitive edge

Step#7

In this step, you need to:

✔     Select and Copy Client ID, “Your Client ID.”
✔     Select and Copy Client-Secret ID, “Your Client Secret.”

Your Client ID

Step #8

✔     Scroll towards the “Forms” tab in the “Dashboard” bar menu and select the “Settings” option.
✔     Navigate to the left, and click on “Google Sheets.”

Google Sheets

Step #9

✔     Enter “Client ID” and “Client-Secret ID” in their specific field bars.
✔     Press the “Save” button.

Client-Secret ID

Step #10

Once you click on the “save” button, a form pops up:

✔     Click on the “Get code” button.

Get code

Step #11

✔     The user gets linked to the Gmail account sign-up / sign-in form.
✔     Select or Enter your Gmail Account to integrate/connect with Google Forms via Google Sheet Connector.

Gmail account sign-up

Step #12

Once you have signed in with an account, you’ll get redirected to the “Access Screen”.

✔     Navigate to the bottom right and click on the “Allow” button.

Access Screen

✔     Once you have clicked the “Allow” button, you’ll be redirected to the next screen, click on the icon, and copy the secret “code.”

redirected to the next screen

✔     You must paste the code in the “Google Access Code” field bar on the subsequent screen.
✔     Scroll down to the middle and click on the ‘save’ button.

Google Access Code

Once you’ve completed the above steps, your google account gets integrated with Google Spreadsheets & Gravity Forms.

 2. Hands-on Practice: Easy Configuration

Step 1: Initial Step

The initial step after forms’ are created shows the settings against each form you can amalgamate only with a specific google sheet for one gravity form. You can enable or disable using google sheets for any particular form at any time.

Easy Configuration

Step 2: Form Settings:

If you want to create a form, you’ll need to set up any form integrated into a google sheet. The foremost step is that you need to permit a form connecting to a google sheet via clicking on “Enable for this form.” You’ll need to integrate the Google sheet name that you created with a specific email address used to receive a google access code, and the tab name of the sheet would be your sheet with several tabs to deliver one tab name to receive the data.

Form Settings

Step 3: Error Log:

After you have followed up the settings, and identify any plugin not working correctly, see the error log.

Error Log

Conclusion

We’ve discussed the overall process of how to integrate Gravity Forms and Google Spreadsheets with a streamlined approach. This article helps beginners who want to kickstart and start learning about Gravity Forms Google Spreadsheet add-ons.

Now users can manage any data associated with Gravity Forms within its own Google Spreadsheet.

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