New Publish Form
What is Publish Form?
Publish Form is feature where user can create fillable document and publish it to end users for submitting and generating documents.
Two modes of Publish Form
Publish Form as a Logged In user (asks for google login before submitting form).
Publish Form as a Anonymous User (logging in as a anonymous and submitting form).
How do I publish fillable document?
Open Fillable Document add-on in your Google Document
Click on "New Publish Form(Beta)" button
After clicking the button you will be redirected to the Publish Setting page as below.
Authorise with Google Log In before you publish the Form.
After log in click on the "Publish Your Document" and get the published document link.
Advanced Publish Settings
Publish form settings are the actions that need to be happen automatically when end users submits the form.
To enable publish form settings click on Settings Tab
User can set four different actions on published form.
Ask Log In: Publishes the form with the log in mode by ticking the the Always ask Login option.
Note: Don't tick this option if you want to publish the document anonymously.
Store Form Responses(default) : Saves the form responses into specified destination spreadsheet.
Generate Document : Generate document automatically once form is submitted.
Generate PDF: Generate PDF automatically once form submitted.
Send Email(s) : Send email(s) automatically once form is submitted.
How I can monitor users actions?
Once end user submitted the form the form responses will stored inside owners destination spreadsheet with Fillable Status as Scheduled.
After automatic document/PDF is generated Fillable Status will be set to Generated.(if Generate Document is enabled inside Publish Settings).
After automatic email is sent Fillable Status will be set to Delivered.(if Send Email(s) is enabled inside Publish Settings).
After document/PDF is generated and email is sent Fillable Status will be set to Generated,Delivered.(if Generate Document,PDF and Send Email(s) is enabled inside Publish Settings).