How to submit an HTML form to Google Sheets

The easiest way to connect your HTML forms to a Google Sheet, serverless, no-code, using Form2Sheet

Posted by João Martins on 1 Dec 2023

In the era of seamless data collection, web forms play a crucial role in gathering information from users. If you're looking to enhance the functionality of your forms and effortlessly store data in Google Sheets, Form2Sheet is the answer. In this blog post, I will guide you through the process of submitting an HTML form to Google Sheets using Form2Sheet, making your data collection journey smooth and efficient.


1. Prerequisites

The first step in integrating Form2Sheet is to choose a plan that suits your needs. Form2Sheet offers both Free and Premium plans, allowing you to explore its features at no cost or enjoy additional benefits with the Premium plan.
Go to and create your first spreadsheet.

(Email received after signing up)


2. Designing Your Custom Google Form

Crafting your unique HTML form is the heart of the process. Utilize a text editor to add the desired fields and styling to your form. Take inspiration from the example provided, customizing it to fit your specific needs. Make sure to replace the $API_URL with the one you received in your email (check your spam folder as well).

<form action="" method="">
  <label for="name">Name:</label>
  <input type="text" name="">
  <label for="email">E-mail:</label>
  <input type="email" name="">
  <label for="message">Message:</label>
  <textarea type="text" name=""></textarea>
  <input type="submit" value="Submit"></input>

! In the Free plan, the only inputs available are: name, email, and message.


3. Submitting the Form

In the GIF below, you can see how after submitting the form you check the results on your Spreadsheet.


Besides this, you and the respondent will receive a confirmation email with the data submitted.

And that is. Simple as that. Aditionally, in the Premium plan, you can create Unlimited Spreadsheets, customize the Thank You page, have your own Custom Form Fields and remove the Form2Sheet branding from the emails.



4. Conclusion

Congratulations! You can now go ahead and publish your custom Google Form. It is now ready to start collecting responses. With Form2Sheet, the process is streamlined, and you can focus on obtaining valuable data without the hassle of complicated setups.

If this made you curious, go ahead and try it out for yourself below.