Embedding Form Views

Form sharing allows Spreadsheet.com forms to be embedded in websites and apps that support iframes.

Spreadsheet.com makes it easy to share workbooks with other workbook collaborators. Form views in particular are great ways to gather data from users, customers, audience members, and more.

While form views allow for the typical embedding workbook features (so that other users can see the form view or results from others filling out the form) this is different from sharing the form for a user to fill out.

How to Share or Embed a Form

After configuring the form for public use, you can share or embed the form with the Share form button in the toolbar. Clicking this button opens the form sharing options, allowing you to enable form sharing, copy the link to the form, or embed the form in a website.


To embed your form elsewhere, copy and paste the Embed code into a website or app that supports the iframe format. This will embed a fillable version of your form.

For example, here is a link to an Event Feedback form from the Event Feedback template. And below is the form embedded into this article:

Read on to learn more about Embedding Workbooks and Workbook Templates. Or, learn more about other sharing options like sharing using Spreadsheet.com's built-in sharing featuresharing an editable workbook link with permissioned users, or publicly sharing a workbook with a link.