Upload linked files from new Google Forms responses to Dropbox

Whether you're asking for images, documents or any other files on your forms, it pays to keep those assets safe. The first step is to ask your users to submit links to publicly accessible files on your form. Then you can set up this Zapier integration to have us look after them for you. Point us to the answers that contain file links, and we'll upload each one to your chosen Dropbox folder whenever you receive a new form.

Note: To use this integration you'll need a live form that's set up to collect responses in a spreadsheet.

How this Google Forms-Dropbox integration works

  1. A new response is received on Google Forms, and a publicly accessible file is provided as an answer
  2. Zapier uploads a new file to a folder on Dropbox

Apps involved

  • Google Forms
  • Dropbox
Upload linked files from new Google Forms responses to Dropbox
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