Submissions

Submissions

Your form submissions are stored on our servers and are available to you in the Submissions section. This is where the information provided by your submitters is centralized, so that you can get an overview of the submission status, analyze individual entries and manipulate all data. You can access the submissions of a form either from the My Forms section, when selecting your form, or by pressing the Submissions tab above, when creating or editing the form.

Submissions

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8 Comments

  1. David Stewart says:

    Can submissions automatically populate a google or excel spreadsheet?

    • Manu says:

      Hi David!

      Yes, by integrating with Google Drive, a spreadsheet will be created for that specific form.

      When a new entry is made, the spreadsheet will be automatically populated.

  2. Allie says:

    Do form submissions ever expire?

  3. Karen Sellers says:

    When I build a form, I understand the data is stored on your database, but what security do you offer/guarantee for that data? Is it possible to have the data go directly to a google doc, and not remain on your server?

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