Form + PayPal go to spreadsheet

I need to create a simple form in FW for a website (name, address, email etc). Rather than this data being emailed to the client as and when someone fills the form out, it needs to be automatically collected into an Excel spreadsheet for the client to use.

It would also be neat if there was a counter (it is for a conference with only 250 places).

And it would be really neat if there was a way to combine the form, with the PayPal payment so that the spreadsheet indicates who has paid. Or maybe someone can’t fill the form out without paying. *This isn’t essential.

Can anyone recommend an off-the-shelf solution that I can plug my form into to collect the data into an Excel spreadsheet?

Thanks

Mark


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There are some recipes on IFTTT (If This Then That) to connect Gmail with Google Docs. You could send the form-mail to a Gmail account, then use one of these recipes to make the connection. Connect your Gmail to Google Drive with IFTTT

Walter

On Nov 11, 2013, at 10:16 AM, Mark wrote:

I need to create a simple form in FW for a website (name, address, email etc). Rather than this data being emailed to the client as and when someone fills the form out, it needs to be automatically collected into an Excel spreadsheet for the client to use.

It would also be neat if there was a counter (it is for a conference with only 250 places).

And it would be really neat if there was a way to combine the form, with the PayPal payment so that the spreadsheet indicates who has paid. Or maybe someone can’t fill the form out without paying. *This isn’t essential.

Can anyone recommend an off-the-shelf solution that I can plug my form into to collect the data into an Excel spreadsheet?

Thanks

Mark


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If you use Google Docs to create the form, it will automatically collect
the information into a Google Doc spreadsheet which is compatible with
Excel.

Best of luck,

Ernie Simpson

On Mon, Nov 11, 2013 at 10:45 AM, Walter Lee Davis email@hiddenwrote:

There are some recipes on IFTTT (If This Then That) to connect Gmail with
Google Docs. You could send the form-mail to a Gmail account, then use one
of these recipes to make the connection.
Connect your Gmail to Google Drive with IFTTT

Walter

On Nov 11, 2013, at 10:16 AM, Mark wrote:

I need to create a simple form in FW for a website (name, address, email
etc). Rather than this data being emailed to the client as and when someone
fills the form out, it needs to be automatically collected into an Excel
spreadsheet for the client to use.

It would also be neat if there was a counter (it is for a conference
with only 250 places).

And it would be really neat if there was a way to combine the form, with
the PayPal payment so that the spreadsheet indicates who has paid. Or maybe
someone can’t fill the form out without paying. *This isn’t essential.

Can anyone recommend an off-the-shelf solution that I can plug my form
into to collect the data into an Excel spreadsheet?

Thanks

Mark


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But can you do this with PayPal commerce? That’s the OP’s real concern here.

Walter

On Nov 11, 2013, at 10:59 AM, Ernie Simpson wrote:

If you use Google Docs to create the form, it will automatically collect
the information into a Google Doc spreadsheet which is compatible with
Excel.

Best of luck,

Ernie Simpson


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Yikes. This is well out of my comfort zone. I think we might end up using EventBright.

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But can you do this with PayPal commerce? That’s the OP’s real concern
here.

Sorry to intrude with irrelevant details.


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