Keeping track of your completed Riddle quizzes in a spreadsheet is helpful, especially when you need to sort or analyze the data in a unique way. Use this Zap to automatically add completed Riddle quizzes to Google Sheets as rows. Once you turn it on, you won't have to worry about exporting data from Riddle and importing it into a spreadsheet anymore.
Note: You need to create a Google Sheet first and add column headers for each Riddle data field. If you want to store quiz results, names and email addresses from an in-quiz lead form, create a Google Sheet with three columns: quiz result, name, and email.
How this Riddle-Google Sheets integration works
- A quiz is completed in Riddle
- Zapier creates a row in Google Sheets
- Google Sheets
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