How to Make a Google Sign Up sheet

Monday, 13 June 2016

Google Drive’s office suite doc, sheets, and draw are way more useful than any other free tools available online for online publishers, students, and professionals related to the digital field. If you are a webmaster, then you can easily create a Signup sheet with Google Doc within your Google Drive with little effort and no coding language required to design your signup page. Google Drive apps have some useful features, and a Google Signup sheet is one of them. Google Signup sheet can be helpful in a different manner for example-  you want to run an event, collect emails for any purpose or want users to submit user data.

How to make a Google Signup sheet

Anyone with a Google account can make a sheet and start working with it, by embedding the sheet on a web page or publishing itself. There are two methods for making signup sheet; you can either use a template or do it with a blank doc file.

Make Google Signup sheet with Template

  1. Open Google Drive and create a new doc file.
  2. Now click on add-ons option and search for Template Gallary.
  3. After adding it will ask for permission, allow it.
  4. Again go to addons > Template Gallery > Browse Template.
  5. Choose attendance category.
  6. Select signup sheet according to your need.
Thats it, now you need to customize the template, and you are ready to go.

Making Google signup sheet with Google Forms

Google has a unique form app for webmasters and publishers to let them collect data, run surveys and create signup forms and much more. Google drive’s form app can be used in many ways according to your need. Form let you create surveys and signup form quickly with great design and layouts.
  • Go to your Google Drive account and click on form tour 1
  • Select form from options.
  • Choose to make a signup sheet style from categories according to your need.
  • Fill up required information and published when you are ready to go.
You can change theme and appearance of the signup form as well.
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