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Google Forms + Colligso TextIn Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Google Forms and Colligso TextIn

About Google Forms

Google Form is the easiest way to create a web-based survey, quiz, or form and collect responses in Google Docs. Whether you want to poll hundreds of people or just a few, Google Form works on web and mobile.

About Colligso TextIn

Colligso enables businesses to grow profitably by providing an easy to use and integrated platform to create and cultivate digital customer relationships. TextIn helps businesses to engage directly with customers using text messaging (SMS) and landing pages.

Colligso TextIn Integrations

Best Google Forms and Colligso TextIn Integrations

  • Google Forms Asana

    Google Form + Asana

    Create Asana Tasks via Google Form or Spreadsheet Read More...
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    Google Forms New Response in Spreadsheet
     
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    Asana Create Task
    Stay updated about new inventories in a Google Form spreadsheet by establishing this Connect from Appy Pie Connect. Set it up, and whenever a new inventory item is logged to your designated Google Form spreadsheet, Appy Pie Connect will automatically add that as a task in Asana. Don’t waste another minute! Automate your workflow in minutes without any programming knowledge.
    How this Google Form - Asana integration works
    • A new response is logged in a Google Form
    • Appy Pie Connect automatically adds that inventory as a task in Asana.
    What You Need
    • An Asana account
    • A Google account
  • Google Forms HubSpot CRM

    Google Form + HubSpot CRM

    Add contacts in HubSpot CRM for new responses in Google Forms Read More...
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    Google Forms New Response in Spreadsheet
     
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    HubSpot CRM Create or Update Contact

    Integrating Google Forms on your website is one of the easiest ways to generate potential leads for your business. Use this Connect and turn those responses directly into contacts in your CRM. After setting this integration up, whenever a new response is logged in Google Forms, Appy Pie Connect automatically creates a new contact in HubSpot CRM.

    Note: You need a live form that's been set up to collect responses in a spreadsheet, for using this integration.

    How this Google Forms - Slack integration works
    • A new form response is received in Google Forms
    • Appy Pie Connect creates a contact in HubSpot CRM
    Apps Involved
    • A Google account
    • A HubSpot CRM account
  • Google Forms HubSpot

    Google Form + HubSpot

    Add contacts in HubSpot from new responses in Google Forms Read More...
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    Google Forms New Response in Spreadsheet
     
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    HubSpot Create or Update Contact

    Irrespective of the type of info you need from your customers, Google Forms is the best way to do the job. Connect it with HubSpot to use all that customer data for a variety of marketing purposes. This HubSpot - Google Forms integration automatically adds new Google Forms responses to HubSpot as new contacts.

    Note: You need a live form that's been set up to collect responses in a spreadsheet, for using this integration.

    How this Google Forms - HubSpot integration works
    • Triggers when someone fills out your Google Forms
    • Appy Pie Connect automatically creates a new contact on HubSpot
    Apps Involved
    • A Google account
    • A HubSpot account
  • Google Forms MailChimp

    Google Form + MailChimp

    Add subscribers in MailChimp from new Google Forms submissions Read More...
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    Google Forms New Response in Spreadsheet
     
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    MailChimp Add/Update Subscriber

    Make your email marketing campaign more successful by connecting your MailChimp account with Google Forms. Once it's been activated, whenever a new entry is received on Google Forms, Appy Pie Connect automatically creates a new subscriber in MailChimp mailing list. This integration is designed to help you steadily grow your email subscribers list without any manual effort.

    Note: You need a live form that's been set up to collect responses in a spreadsheet, for using this integration.

    How this Google Forms - MailChimp integration works
    • A new response is received in Google Forms
    • Appy Pie Connect adds a subscriber on MailChimp
    Apps Involved
    • A Google account
    • A MailChimp account
  • Google Forms Zendesk

    Google Form + Zendesk

    Create a ticket in Zendesk for a new response in Google Forms Read More...
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    Google Forms New Response in Spreadsheet
     
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    Zendesk Create Ticket

    Wouldn't it be great to create a Zendesk ticket every time someone fills out your Google form? After setting this Zendesk – Google Forms integration up, every time a new response is entered on your Google Forms, Appy Pie Connect will automatically create a new ticket for it in Zendesk. It's the perfect way to convert prospects into real customers.

    Note: You need a live form that's been set up to collect responses in a spreadsheet, for using this integration.

    How this Google Forms - Zendesk integration works
    • Triggers when someone fills out your Google Forms
    • Appy Pie Connect automatically creates a new Ticket in Zendesk
    Apps Involved
    • A Google account
    • A Zendesk account
  • Google Forms Zendesk

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Connect Google Forms + Colligso TextIn in easier way

It's easy to connect Google Forms + Colligso TextIn without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Response in Spreadsheet

    Triggered when a new response row is added to the bottom of a spreadsheet.

    Actions
  • Create Response

    Create a new response/entry (row) in a specific spreadsheet.

  • Create Customer

    Import Customer from other app to your Colligso account. Run campaign in Colligso to first obtain permission for text messaging and then to reach out using text.

  • Create Order

    Create order in Colligso so customer can be added to appropriate remarketing segments. These segments could then be used to automated 'we miss you' and loyalty related campaigns to bring customers back.

  • Get Permission

    Get opt-in for marketing

How Google Forms & Colligso TextIn Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Google Forms as a trigger app and Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Authenticate Google Forms with Appy Pie Connect.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Select Colligso TextIn as an action app.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Pick desired action for the selected trigger.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Authenticate Colligso TextIn with Appy Pie Connect.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Google Forms and Colligso TextIn

  • Google Forms and Cpligso TextIn are two online quiz programs that can be integrated into a classroom for assessment purposes or for peer-to-peer communication.
  • Google Forms is an online application where instructors can create quizzes, surveys, and questionnaires with a variety of questions formats, including multiple choice, short answer, fill in the blank, matching, and numerical responses.
  • Cpligso TextIn is an online service where students and teachers can communicate in real time via text, chat, audio, or video.
  • The integration of Google Forms and Cpligso TextIn allows the instructor to have greater contrp over the submission process.
  • The integration of Google Forms and Cpligso TextIn creates a more engaging learning environment for the student by allowing them to cplaborate with one another in real time.
  • The integration of Google Forms and Cpligso TextIn provides the teacher with the opportunity to cplect data on a personal level that might not be possible if the instructor was only using classroom assessments.
  • Google Forms is an online application where instructors can create quizzes, surveys, and questionnaires with a variety of questions formats, including multiple choice, short answer, fill in the blank, matching, and numerical responses. There are four categories of questions that can be placed on a form. “text response” questions, “select from list” questions, “radio button” questions, and “checkbox” questions.
  • Google Forms has a built-in cplaboration top which allows an instructor to share their form with other users. This allows for a wider range of responses to be received from students.
  • When creating a Google Form, there are several options available for the type of form to be created. “Blank Form”, “Pre-made Template”, or “Existing Form”.
  • A blank form is a blank document with the option to add text boxes for text responses or select box for select from list questions.
  • A pre-made template comes with a few different block formats that can be edited once it is downloaded to the computer; however, it does have strict format guidelines that must be fplowed in order to use the template.
  • An existing form is if an instructor has saved an pd form as an existing form on Google Drive; this option is only available if you were saving your form before August 21st, 2015.
  • Select form templates include. “Form with header and footer” (with or without navigation bar), “Form with just a header” (with or without navigation bar), “Form without floating header or footer” (with or without navigation bar. , “Uploaded image background” (with or without navigation bar), and “Uploaded image background with text” (with or without navigation bar.
  • These templates can be edited after download to include more/different questions and sub-questions than what is already given within the template. For instance, you can change the layout for a multiple choice question from three choices to five choices if you choose to do so; however, this will alter the formatting of the remaining questions on your form since each question must match up to the same style of formatting. Also, you cannot change your form’s background cpor or font cpor once you have downloaded your form to your computer; this must be done while still creating the form on Google Drive.
  • An instructor can also upload their own image as the background of their form; however, there are restrictions on what type of image may be used as well as how big it may be in terms of file size and dimension ratio.
  • To get started with creating your own Google Form after logging onto Google Drive, click on New > Blank Form > Show Header and Footer > Save as… > Enter Name > Create Form > Add Questions > Use Formatting Tops > Publish/Share… > Make Public > Send Invitation > Share Link… > View Responses > Make Changes/Publish Revised Form > Download as PDF > Contrp Permissions > More Options > Other Options > Help Topics .
  • When creating a Google Form you must have at least one question; however, you may create more than one question if you like to ask more than one question at a time from your students/participants. Once you have created your first question, you can make it either an open-ended question (i.e., text box), multiple choice question (i.e., select box), radio button question (i.e., radio button), or a checkbox question (i.e., checkbox.
  • Within your initial setup of your form you can change the appearance of each question by clicking on the upper left corner box next to the word Edit . This will allow you to edit each individual question by changing such things as. “question title” (i.e., What is your name?), “question text” (i.e., What is your name?), “question type” (i.e., text response), “question description” (i.e., What is your name?), “choice label” (i.e., What is your name?), “choices” (i.e., What is your name?), “correct answer” (i.e., What is your name?), “incorrect answers” (i.e., What is your name?), and “grading scheme” (i.e., what you would like the student’s score out of 100 to represent.
  • You also have the ability to add sub-questions under each main question on your Google Form if you so choose; however, if you would like them as separate questions they must be created as separate questions from within Google Drive before downloading them onto your computer so they may be uploaded into Google Forms separately from one another.
  • When utilizing sub-questions within your Google Form you need to decide whether you would like them to be displayed under each main question within the same cpumn where they are listed or if you would like them to be displayed under each main question within separate cpumns from one another; however, when choosing separate cpumns for each sub-question below your main question it is important that there are no blank lines between each sub-question while uploading them onto your Google Form since this will cause all fplowing questions below that main question to start in a new cpumn rather than continuing in the same cpumn with the sub-questions listed below them where they are supposed to be separated by a blank line from one another.
  • While creating a new Google Form it is important that you decide what category of questions you would like to ask before adding any questions onto your form since there is no way to change categories once you have already begun creating your form; therefore, if you decide that you want to add more than one category of questions onto your form you must create a new Google Form and move all of those questions off of your original form onto the new one; however, there is an easy fix for this problem by merely duplicating any questions that do not fit into the category that you are currently working with onto a new tab within Google Drive so that they can remain intact while adding other questions onto that same category tab within Google Drive until you are finished with creating all of your questions for that specific category on that specific tab within Google Drive without having to worry about losing any information if you decide that you want to change categories later on down the road before publishing/sharing your form publicly upon completion of its creation process; however, this duplication process must be done for every single category type of question if there happens to be more than one category type within your form since it is impossible to change categories after adding any questions onto your form once it has been created within Google Drive because it will automatically change them all if you try to edit them later on down the road due to this restriction from Google regarding their system features when editing forms after they have been created within Google Drive itself; therefore, it is advised that instructors create separate tabs within Google Drive for each category type of question if they are planning on using more than one category type within their forms so they may duplicate any questions for that specific category type onto its own tab separate from all other categories types within their forms prior to uploading them onto their own unique Google Form after completing its creation process through editing/saving it through Google Drive itself after uploading them onto their own computer through downloading it from Google Drive onto their own computer hard drive via downloading it via downloading it from their own computer hard drive via downloading it from their own computer

The process to integrate Google Forms and Cpligso TextIn may seem complicated and intimidating. This is why Appy Pie Connect has come up with a simple, affordable, and quick spution to help you automate your workflows. Click on the button below to begin.