File Upload Forms help you receive files from anyone in your Google Drive through web forms.
This step by step tutorial will help you get started with File Upload Forms for Google Drive.
This step by step guide explains how you can embed logos, images, videos, tweets, Google Maps, or any other web element in your File Upload Forms.
This step by step guide explains how you can edit your File Upload Forms and add, edit or delete fields in the form.
File Upload Forms for Google Drive can be integrated with Google Drive and you can easily track how many people have visited your page, what browser they user, where they came from and other useful information.
When a new response is submitted via the File Upload Form, the data is saved in a Google Spreadsheet while the files are saved in your Google Drive.
When you publish a new File Upload Form, it is public by default meaning anyone on the web can access your form and submit a response.
Say you are a branding agency and you require applicants to upload 3 photographs with their cover later.
You can easily embed File Upload Forms in any website be it a WordPress blog, a Squarespace site, a WooCommerce store, your company’s intranet or even Google Sites.
With File Upload Forms, you can easily build web forms that would let anyone upload files to your Google Drive.
File Upload Forms for Google Drive can send email notifications when a new responses is submitted.
File Upload Forms use the Materialize CSS framework that conforms to Google’s Material Design.The color color palette is based on the material design base colors.
When building the form with Forms Studio, you can easily add data validation rules using regex and that will allow to you automatically validate the user’s input.
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