Digital Sign-In Sheets With Google Forms

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Did you know that there’s a better way to do sign-in sheets for your events? You can use digital sign-in sheets created with Google Forms for your guests. This will allow you to track attendance at events and collect guest information.

How to Create a Digital Sign-In Sheet

Start by creating a Google Form for your event.

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Set it up to collect the information you need from your guests. For example,  name, time of arrival, email address, etc.

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Click on the “Responses” tab, then click on “Create Spreadsheet”. This will give you all of the information in a spreadsheet that can be uploaded into an email platform, or some other marketing tool.

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Lastly, you’ll want to make sure that the box is checked to “show link to submit another response”. This allows you to keep accepting responses without opening a new form each time.

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Put it to Use

All that’s left is to have a tablet or laptop at the event where guests can sign in. Once they are done, just make sure that the link has been clicked to start a new response. At the end of the event, you will have a spreadsheet with all of your guest information in it.

Now that’s much better than taking a handwritten list and having to type it all up yourself!

Watch the Video

Watch the video on creating digital sign-in sheets to see it in action.

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