Direct your Google Form submission to as many as Google Sheets now - New feature launch - Form Director

Form submission to as many as Google Sheets
You being here in this blog means you already know that Google Form supports writing into Google Sheets off-the-shelf. But you may want the form submission to write into multiple Google Sheets and may be with custom column mapping. For example, you want your order form to create an entry in Orders sheet with order details, create an entry in Projects sheet with only project tracking details and create jobs in another sheet. 

Now you can direct your Google Form submission to write into as many as Google Sheets as you want using Form Director add-on. Just create your custom services in Form Director choosing Google Sheets as the application.


1. Choose the App and Service 

2. Choose the Target Google Sheet using Google Picker.

Then continue with standard steps
3. Map Form fields and Google Sheet fields
4. Save and activate Form Director

Now, your form submissions will be directed to the Google Sheets that you have configured.

Form Director also sup…

You have got an email. Expand your business reach - Form Director - New Features

You have got an email.
That is a good news
And that brings you new business.
Expand your business reach.
Collaborate more with your customers, employees, vendors, and any stakeholders of your business by simply opening up a Google Form that does more than what a Google Form does. I mean - power up the Google Form with Form Director add-on, that can direct the submitted data to various applications.

You can now improve collaboration and communication from your Google Form submission by configuring notifications in Form Director. When a service (e.g. insert into database, generate merged doc/slide, create calendar event/contact etc) is successfully executed with submitted form data, Form Director can send notifications.

Templated notifications can be configured to send to specific emailsto form owner, editors and viewersto emails submitted from formattached the generated Google document, slide and PDFswith templated email subject & message

So, go ahead and explore the notifications in the a…

Query mLab:MongoDB from Google Sheets using Database Browser

Ever since we launched Database Browser add-on, there has been requests to add support to various types of databases from Google Sheet. We add new database types as and when possible to Database Browser. mLab:MongoDB is our latest addition.

You can now connect Google Sheet with mLab:MongoDB using Database Browser add-on and build query from wizard, execute query and present results directly into Google Sheet. Getting mLab:MongoDB data into Google Sheet is NO more complicated. 

Our Pro plan subscribers can now just follow the simple steps below:

Step 1: Enable API access in mLab:MongoDB and get API Key

Step 2: Create a database connection to mLab:MongoDB from Database Browser with the API Key.