Google Drive doesn’t natively support upload forms that can be used by anyone. If you try and add an upload question to a Google Form you will get this message: “Respondents will be required to sign in to Google when file upload questions are added to a form”.
If collecting documents from anyone is important to you, then you’ll need to use third-party software that integrates with Google Drive.
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So you wanted to use Google Drive to receive files? Did you found GoFileDrop and you wonder what other alternatives to it there are out there?
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Google Drive is a fantastic, popular tool that lets you collaborate with other Google users using shared folders. However, your clients need a Google account to upload to your Google Drive or to send you a file using Google Forms.
This is why we built File Request Pro. You can continue to use Google Drive for safely storing files and File Request Pro to professionally collect and automate file collection from anyone without them needing an account or to log in to specific software.
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Squarespace includes a web forms tool called ‘Form Blocks.’ This built-in tool lets you create forms within your admin panel. It doesn’t currently offer you the ability to upload files from customers via a form.
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Microsoft rolled out a new ‘request file’ feature in December 2019.
In this article we’ll look at how you can get other people to upload files to your OneDrive account. We’ll also look at the limitations of this new feature and alternatives.
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