Thanks for the mention @Iain Dooley !
it to your Trello board with Crmble Power-Up.
Once you linked, every time your Google Form is submitted a new Trello card will be created in your board with the Crmble Fields fulfilled as you wish.
If it looks interesting for you, you can try. It is free! And if you have any question just let me know!
Hi @John_Ma ,
let me help you with that. Did you connect your google account and also the google form you want to connect? Did you map correctly the data?
Moreover you can reach me here... firstname.lastname@example.org. We can organize a call, solve your doubts and help you thorough the process.
You can use Hipporello for this purpose. Hipporello is a service desk built for Trello users. It provides an easy to use form builder. Once you publish your form it will be shown on your service desk portal. You can embed the form to your static website too. Hipporello provides enriched metadata about requesters like IP, country, browser, etc. After the form is submitted you can continue your communication directly on your Trello card. The user is notified for every submitted request.
Also, Hipporello provides an enhanced automation capability like when the form is submitted send an email, or when the card that is created for form submission moved from one list to another do something.
You can have full control for your forms via access policies which you determine who will access the form on service desk portal.
And finally, Hipporello supports a complete email to board functionality, which enables you to create Trello cards for emails sent to your sales@, support@, etc. This enables you to create a shared inbox with Trello backed task management.
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You don't need to use google forms for this purpose at all with Hipporello :). Plus we keep record of requester so you can use this information as a CRM. Soon we will let you do configure custom fields for user profile and more :)
Hi @mustafa sener ,
I don't see the point for not using GoogleForm or Typeform. They are much more powerful and customizable. Moreover creating a Custom Fields or map it it doesn't mean you have a CRM at all.
Nevertheless when using Crmble Power you have a CRM, because it is a CRM. There is no necessary creating custom fields because they are already included as Crmble Fields.
Thanks for pointing out this. As you said both Google and Typeform are powerful but this does not necessarily mean that Hipporello is less powerful. You should try it and see it in action. You can create an account in 3 mins.
Another thing is that Hipporello is not just a form builder. It is a complete service desk for Trello users. You can use it to create embeddable forms for external websites too like basic contact forms. And Hipporello collects requests from service desk portal, from embedded forms and from emails, and create Trello cards for them with enriched meta data.
For CRM part, I don't agree with you. Crmble is a great powerup, I appreciate you. But again this does not mean Hipporello is not able to give the service you give. We definitely provide a predefined set of fields. But we will enable users to enhance it too. Combining form data and providing CRM functionalities in a single place should definitely have some value:).
Hi @mustafa sener ,
I appreciate your feedback. I didn't have the chance of using your Power-Up but I will.
Was not my intention at all to assume that Hipporello is not Powerful. I only mean that Gform,Typeform, Jotaform are super extended surveys services worldwide known which developed APIs allow you to connect with almost every app or service.
On the other hand as a Comunity Leader I have to say that the purpose of this chats is not only comparing products but also give different options and solutions to Trello users.
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