How to Collect Data Using Google Forms

Google Sheets is a service allowing you to create, edit, and share spreadsheets online. If you select Google Sheets as a data collection service, all the info submitted by visitors via forms on your website will automatically be added to the spreadsheet. You will have access to it through your Google account.
1. You need to have a Google account. If you do not have one, please sign up here.
2. Go back to your Tilda dashboard, Site Settings → Forms → Google Sheets.
On the next screen, click the "Connect Google Sheets" button. The application will ask you to allow access to your Google account. Once permission is granted, a new spreadsheet will be created in Google Drive, where submissions data will be added.
Go to the page with the form, open the "Content" panel of the block, and check the box "Google Sheet" under Connected Services.
Publish the page. When receiving data from forms, the Google Sheets will automatically create fields in the same order as in your form. For example, email, name, phone. By default, three more fields will be added specifying the time each submission was sent, the request ID, and the link to the page from which the data came.
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