Enable Email Notification in Google Docs Forms

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Google Docs Forms are great tools for creating any kind of online polls or surveys. However it is more useful when you Enable Email Notification for Google Docs Forms so that you get an email notification whenever someone fills out the form. Google forms are really good and useful since it does not have any limitation on number of participants. Since the data is saved on the online server and you can access it anywhere, analyzing the data becomes easier.

 

Enable Email Notification In Google Docs Forms

 

If enabled Google Docs will instantly send you email notification as soon as someone fills the form and submits it. So here is the process how you enable email notification for Google Forms.

1. Login to your Google Docs account and click on the form for which you want to enable email notification.

2. Then click on the “Tools” menu and select “Notification rules”

Enable Email Notification in Google Docs Forms

3. Email notification rules pops up and here you select the appropriate choice, for example you can select “A user submits a form” under “Notify me” section and select “Email right away” under “Notify me with” section. After making all these changes click on the save button to save the form with email rules.

Enable Email Notification in Google Docs Forms

Now you have successfully enabled email notification for your Google form. To test the notification you can submit the form and check your email, you should get notification immediately.

* You can also check out this one: How to add a custom background image to your Google Docs presentation 

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+Ayodhyanath Guru holds a B.Tech degree in Electrical Engineering and has worked with various prestigious clients in the IT industry and presently working as a Software Engineer. He is a part time blogger and presently authors the Jafaloo.Com blog. Being a tech enthusiast Guru likes to surf the web and blogs about interesting technical topics like How-To guides, freewares, Tutorials, Software, Gadgets, web applications etc. Apart from blogging he likes coding in Java/J2EE and PHP.

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9 Responses

  1. Maj73 says:

    How do you have more than one e-mail notified of the form submitted? Under notification rules it does not allow you to add or edit the e-mail that is listed there. Is there a way to have more than one e-mail address added to the notification rules?

    • Guru says:

      Unfortunately there is no such option at present which would allow you to add multiple notified email address.

    • Leah Honsey says:

      {
      var email = e.namedValues[“Email”].toString() +”, [email]”;
      }
      go into the forms }script editor and add this function

    • J. Bennion says:

      You can create a mail filter in your gmail account that forwards a copy to all the other people you want. Look at your gmail filters in “settings”.

  2. Mlee3680 says:

    Fantastic post. Here’s a tool that lets you build all types of web forms with email alerts fast and without coding. Just point and click http://www.caspio.com/online-database/features/web-forms-online.aspx

  3. Rocelo says:

    Thank you for this. I just created my own form and wondering around in the internet on how to enable this feature and thank God I found this post. Really helpful for me mate!

  4. Neil says:

    Thank you for this article. I have a pretty big form though. Is there anyway you can filter what comes back in email: Example – in your study, I would just want the time stamp and sample if they have any data filled in them.

  5. Thanks a lot! Works like miracle to me…

  6. J. Bennion says:

    you *really* have a DMCA logo on the bottom of your page. like it’s cool. i can’t believe it.

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