What is a Connector?

A connector is what is used to send the form data to a predefined custom location after the data has arrived in the Data page of the platform.

To add or view connectors, go to Apps > Screens on the menu.  Then hover over your form screen and click on connect.

Add Connector

Each connector has its own setup screen.  Here are all the options for an email connector.

Email connector

Connector Types

ConnectorNameConnector settingsSupports
emailEmailEmailss (2015-10-22 at 12.03.16)
DropboxDropboxDropboxss (2015-10-22 at 12.03.16)
FTPFTPFTPss (2015-10-22 at 12.03.16)
GoogleSpreadsheetGoogle SpreadsheetGoogle SpreadsheetRaw Data
GoogleDriveGoogle DriveGoogle Drivess (2015-10-22 at 12.03.16)
OneDriveOneDriveOneDrivess (2015-10-22 at 12.03.16)
restRESTRESTss (2015-10-22 at 12.47.41)

ss (2015-10-22 at 12.02.38)
ss (2015-10-22 at 10.56.39)Azure Blob storageAzure Blob storagess (2015-10-22 at 12.47.56)
ss (2015-10-22 at 10.56.55)Amazon S3 StorageAmazon S3 Storagess (2015-10-22 at 12.47.56)
GeoOpGeoOpss (2015-10-22 at 10.58.04)ss (2015-10-22 at 12.47.56)


To setup a connector which uses a shared service (Dropbox, Box, Microsoft), it needs to setup in the Connected Data > Connections screen, to allow FormsFly access to your account on the shared service.

Connections screen

Email. Can be to any valid email address. There is a size limit of 20 megabytes for all email.

When a size greater than 20 megabytes is needed then one of the other connectors must be used if a custom destination is required.


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