If you use Google Forms to collect data from customers or employees, you can set up email notifications to automatically send a message to yourself or others whenever a new form submission is made. Email notifications can be a great way to stay on top of your Google Form submissions.
This article will explain step-by-step how to get email notifications for Google Forms, using the built-in feature of Google Forms. We'll also look at how Form Publisher can add some additional features to your Google form notifications, like the ability to attach PDFs or spreadsheets of your form submissions.
So let's get started!
How to get an email when a Google Form is submitted
Step 1: Go to your Google Form
The first thing you'll need to do is open up your Google Form in the editor. You can do this by going to Google Forms and selecting your form from the list.
Step 2: Go to the Responses tab
Once your form is open in the editor, click on the "Responses" tab at the top of the page. This will take you to the responses section, where you can see all of the responses that have been submitted to your form.
In the Responses section, you'll see a row of options at the top of the page. One of these options is "More", which has a three-dot icon next to it.
Step 3: Click “More”
Click on the “More” icon, and you'll see a dropdown menu of options that contains different ways to view your responses like downloading as a CSV file or connecting Google Forms to a Google Sheet.
Step 4: Enable “Get email notifications for new responses”
At the top of the "More" dropdown menu, you'll see an option to "Get email notifications for new responses". Click on this option to enable Google Forms notifications and your Gmail account will be automatically associated with your form.
The "Get email notifications for new responses" option will turn blue, and you'll see a confirmation message appear that says "Email notifications enabled". From now on, after every Google form submission you'll receive an email notification at the address associated with your Gmail account.
So, that's how you can set up email notifications for new responses using the built-in features of Google Forms. Now let's take a look at how you can use Form Publisher to set up Google Forms email notifications with some additional features.
Getting better Google Forms email notifications through Form Publisher
What is Form Publisher?
Form Publisher is a third-party add-on for Google Forms that allows you to generate documents from your form responses. Form Publisher can generate PDFs, Google Docs, or Microsoft Office files from your form responses, and you can also use Form Publisher to set up Google Forms notifications for new responses.
Form Publisher also has several other features that can be helpful for businesses, such as:
- Approval workflows
- Automated sharing
- Legally compliant e-signatures
- Generated documents in Google Drive
- And more!
Form Publisher can be a helpful tool for businesses of all sizes. If you're looking for a way to streamline your document generation process for Google Forms purposes, Form Publisher can be a good option for you.
You will receive an advanced Google Form response notification with a generated document
Form Publisher can help you set up email notifications for new responses, so you will receive a generated response document whenever someone submits a response to your form. This document will be in your chosen format (PDF, Google Doc, or Microsoft Office file), and it will be emailed to you and anyone else you choose.
You can also personalize the email notifications that you receive from Form Publisher, so you can include information such as the name of the person who submitted the form or the date of the submission.
Try out Form Publisher for free today!
So, there you have it! That's how you can set up an email notification for Google Forms through its built-in feature and via Form Publisher. Form Publisher can be a helpful tool for businesses of all sizes, so be sure to check it out today.
The best part about Form Publisher is that you can try it out for free. Install the add-on today, and see how it can help you streamline your document generation process.