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Google Forms and ConvertKit Integration (Easiest Way in 2024)

In this article, we will show you how to set up Google Forms and ConvertKit integration to streamline your data collection. Simply follow the process below. 

Google Forms and ConvertKit Integration

Follow the steps below to easily set up Google Forms and ConvertKit integration. 

1. Create a Google Form

First, sign into your Google account and go to Google Forms. Select a blank form or use a template to create your form. This form will be the basis for collecting information that you'll send to ConvertKit.

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2. Set Up Your Google Form Questions

Decide what information you need from respondents and set up your form questions accordingly. Ensure each question is clear and concise to make it easy for users to respond.

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3. Create a ConvertKit Account

If you don't already have one, sign up for a ConvertKit account at Follow the prompts to set up your account. This account will manage the email addresses and other information collected from your Google Form.

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4. Create a Form in ConvertKit

In your ConvertKit account, go to the 'Landing Pages & Forms' section and create a new form.

This form will be used to automatically collect information from your Google Form.

5. Use Zapier to Integrate Google Forms with ConvertKit

Zapier acts as a bridge between Google Forms and ConvertKit. Create a Zapier account at and then create a new 'Zap'.

Choose Google Forms as the trigger and ConvertKit as the action.

6. Set Up Your Zap

Follow the prompts to connect your Google Forms to your Zapier account. For the event, you can choose whichever is suitable for your needs. For this example, we will choose "New Form Response".

Select "Account" and follow the prompts to log in into your account. Select the specific form you created earlier.

Then, test your integration.

Connect your ConvertKit account and choose the action to add a subscriber to a form each time your Google Form is filled out.

Sign in into your account.

Input the values from the dropdown fields that you want to integrate from Google Forms to ConvertKit.

7. Test Your Integration

Before going live, test your integration. Fill out your Google Form as a test to ensure that the data correctly appears in your ConvertKit form. Check for any errors and adjust settings if necessary.

8. Launch Your Form

Once testing is complete and everything is set up correctly, you can go live. Share your Google Form link via email, social media, or any other means. Responses will automatically be added to your ConvertKit database.

We hope that you now have a better understanding of how to set up Google Forms and ConvertKit integration. If you enjoyed this article, you might also like our article on how to fix internal errors in Google Forms.

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