Typeform meets Google Sheets

At Typeform, we believe that “How you ask is everything.” But we also know that when you’re done asking, you want to make sense of the responses you’ve collected.

That’s why Typeform is now fully integrated with Google Sheets—meaning that from today, your typeforms can beam data straight to a spreadsheet at the click of a button.

Before, this was done by manually downloading a typeform’s CSV file, then uploading it to Google Sheets. Some people also used Zapier to make this easier.

Now, once integrated with Google Sheets, each of your typeform’s responses creates a new row in the spreadsheet of your choice. New submissions sync automatically. Plus, up to 1,000 previously collected responses can be sent directly to Sheets from each typeform.

How does it work?

Create your typeform and the spreadsheet where you want your data to appear. In the Integrations tab, go to ‘Google Sheets for Typeform’ and hit Connect. Soon you’ll be yelling “Oh Sheet!” as you watch your typeform responses flow flawlessly into your spreadsheet.

What can I do with this?

The Google Suite (Docs, Sheets, Slides) is known for its amazing collaboration features. We constantly use this tool to work together here at Typeform—even this very article started out in a Google Doc shared between four people.

With Sheets, you and your colleagues can hang out in a spreadsheet together, make comments, assign items, and suggest changes.

Combined with Typeform, this makes for some exciting possibilities:

  • Feed your NPS survey results directly into a spreadsheet, share it with the team, assign owners to different items, and create reports.
  • Use a lead gen typeform to grow a detailed spreadsheet of contact information, then get further insights into your data with Google Sheets’ graph options.
  • Multiple typeforms can feed their results into the same spreadsheet—so feedback on different product features, for example, can be compared side by side.

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And lastly, stay tuned—more Typeform integrations are coming soon. If you want to be among the first to know about them, .