While SiteExecutive has a built in forms module it can be cumbersome to implement and often requires additional CSS development for each form in order to optimize them visually or to match the rest of a site.

We’ve been recommending that people use Google Forms unless there is a compelling reason to host it internally. Reasons might include situations like requiring file uploads, special complexity, and longterm or high volume usage, among others.

Google forms has proven to be a reliable and flexible solution for a wide variety of applications, especially short term, quick turnaround situations like RSVPs and meeting registration. 


More here: https://www.google.com/forms/about/

Click the help link in the upper right for more details and how-to’s.

Adding a form to a page is pretty straight forward.

  • First, go to the Google Form that you want to embed in Google Drive.
  • If you are in the spreadsheet view, click the Form drop-down menu at the top and choose Embed form in a webpage. If you are in form editing view, click the More Actions button at the top and choose Embed.
  • A dialogue box will pop up that contains the embed code.
  • Copy that embed code and paste it into a new ticket request and we will add it to the page (please include the page’s URL).