How To Create User Registration Form with Google Docs for Blogger

It is not possible to have an registration form on blogger platform. Yet people try to embed different kind of free forms that are available on the internet. Remember the fact the free forms that are available can’t save all entries in one place, say as a list. You may need to maintain a database for incoming entries. How you are going to connect your blogger to a database that lists out all your registration entries? is what I’m focusing in this article.

Google avails access to a wonderful cloud service for every Google account holder called Google Docs. You might have heard about it but might never had used it that effectively before. Google Docs service was collaborated with Google Drive later to make the ‘save’ and ‘retrieve’ operations easy. Let’s take a look how Google Docs can be used to handle user registrations,
  • Go to and sign in with your Google account with which you wanted to create a user registration form.
  • After successful login, your Google drive will be shown like this,
google drive

There you can see google drive createoptions on the left pane which allow you to create Docs of different formats(without any need of software installed on your computer) and saves them in Google Drive itself.

The type of documents that can be created on Google Drive are Document, Presentation, Spread sheet, form and Drawing.

Creating docs with google drive

Click on ‘Form’ and it would be redirected to, more specifically to the URL like this,……QQ/edit.

You’ll have to choose a name and theme for that form.

Creating forms with google docs

After naming the form and selecting a theme, Click ‘Ok’ to proceed to the next level where you could add the objects to the form.

Here is how it looks like,

creating objects in google forms

Click on ‘Add item’ from below the page and choose an object from the list given.

adding an item in google forms

For example, Let’s create an registration form for an event and see how it works. Watch the form creation demo and proceed with the rest of the tutorial.

After creating the form, copy the embed code and place it on the newly created page or post in blogger. Don’t forget to enter the email addresses to which you want to get notifications when someone fills up the form.

get email alerts on form submission

The embedded form looks like following,

All entries in one place, as a list

As we were discussing earlier, form entries can be seen as a list in the spread sheet in Google Docs. You can view them directly from

form responses

Hope you problem of adding a user registration page in blogger has been solved! Post comments if you need any assistance regarding the tutorial.

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